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At Riverwalk Ranch, we recognize addiction as a chronic disease and your recovery as a new chance at a new way of life.
Contact Robert Lutman (856) 651-8117
Backpacks 4 Kids www.backpacks4kidzaz.com
Backpacks 4 Kids AZ, Inc is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to providing disadvantaged children living in Arizona with backpacks full of supplies.
It's been a long, long time since we have had this much fun. Coming soon to your city: whether it's a church plant, a new way to develop leaders, or how you transform your business into ministry - it's a lifestyle, a conspiracy and a revolution. I will keep you posted: live and lead by the Spirit! We spend a lot of our time doing good things for others but are not focused on the real personal ministry that it truly is. We become focused on the task or outcome and lose sight of the soul the Lord has put in front of us to help. Advocate is church through our own personal ministry! More info coming soon!!! Got Questions? email me! PastorMarksMail@gmail.com
I AM 360
We are a positive message movement
Our goal is to inspire positivity in a world that is inundated with negative messages. We want to promote new perspective, create unity, encourage acceptance, inspire action, motivate healing, restore hope, and awaken fearless reckless radical love for one another.
Autumn House is part of the New Leaf organization which helps bring hope and new beginnings to victims of domestic violence and their children. Through shelters, victim outreach, advocacy and shelter over-flow program, we work tirelessly to help victims break the cycle of abuse.
This team is focused on finding more faith communities to host Family Promise: an organization that helps homeless families get back on their feet. Additionally this team is recruiting volunteers for existing faith community hosts. This team meets monthly and the public is welcome to participate. http://connectingtoserve.org/Advocacy-Teams.htm
Tim Berry serves a meal every Sunday afternoon at Ande House.
Save the Family Foundation of Arizona offers a variety of programs designed to empower families to conquer homelessness and achieve life-long independence. Through targeted services families at Save the Family end the damaging effects of family homelessness by: improving their education and employment opportunities, accessing safe, permanent housing, and building family competencies. Early on, Save the Family recognized that families need more than safe housing to conquer homelessness. They also need skills and confidence to lead productive, self-sufficient lives. Today, we offer an array of programs for adults, youth, and children, including: parenting skills, personal development classes, and support for victims of domestic violence career development, literacy support, and financial education dental, vision, and legal services tutoring, after-school classes, and camps and activities for youth.
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Family Promise has a goal to help families who are homeless and jobless to get back on their feet and be whole again. Family Promise is a true nonprofit, faith based organization that neither needs nor takes government assistance. There are over 180 chapters in the United States. http://familypromiseaz.org/ There are approximately 5,000 folks in Maricopa County who are homeless families. The average homeless family is a single mom with 3 children under the age of 10. They are not like the homeless we see on the streets or like in the movies. These folks look like us. The kids attend the Kyrene, Tempe, and Chandler school districts. The families have usually lost a job due to the chaotic economy and over time have lost their homes. They stay with friends and relatives as long as they can but eventually God intervenes with love and points them to Family Promise!
Contribute to the Arizona Charitable Tax Credit program (ARS 43-1088), you can earn a dollar for dollar tax credit on your tax return while supporting children and families as they escape homelessness and move back into homes and jobs. For more information visit www.furniturebank.us