We help some of the thousands of UN sponsored refugees who have settled in Arizona learn to speak English so they can provide for their families, adapt to American culture, and become U.S. citizens.  To learn more, visit: www.aboundingservice.org

We partner with the local church to train and equip men and women volunteers to mentor the ex-offender in finding employment, housing and maintaining accountability. Mentors provide relational support, spiritual guidance and the resources to assist Christian ex-offenders in their re-entry. To learn more, visit: www.alongside-ministries.com

Our mission is to provide hope and care to hurting children and families through Christ-centered ministries.   We serve a full spectrum of Arizona families through counseling, food and clothing, foster care, parental aides, adult ministry, pregnancy services and programs facilitating the transition of adults to independent living.  To learn more, visit: www.abcs.org

Helping Arizona communities (like Guadalupe) transform themselves out of poverty and closer to God by serving their physical, emotional, social and spiritual needs.   We concentrate our efforts on long term solutions that break the cycle of poverty and disease — focusing on development rather than relief, and disease prevention rather than cure. To learn more, visit: www.azneighborhoodtransformation.com

As a part of Catholic Charities Community Services, offers safety, hope and opportunities to children in an impoverished Mesa neighborhood for more than 30 years. Expanding to meet their unmet needs through education, healthcare and other social services, Care Campus is vital to the wellbeing of the residents and the community.  To learn more, visit: www.catholiccharitiesaz.org

We reach teen moms by entering their world, modeling the unconditional love of Christ, and encouraging them to become the women and mothers God created them to be. Through Young Life’s time-tested methods and life-on-life mentoring, teen moms are empowered to make positive choices, set and achieve goals, and live a future rooted in Christ.  To learn more, visit: www.centralphoenix.younglife.org

Our mission is to provide food and clothing in a hope-filled environment to the under-served in the greater Phoenix area.  Since opening our doors the Harvest Compassion Center has met and visited with over 32,000 families from the local community. The Harvest Compassion Center is completely free to the public, allowing all guests to shop freely for food, hygiene, baby and clothing items. To learn more, visit: www.harvestcompassioncenter.org

We walk alongside, equip and care for those who struggle with addiction. We teach people HOW to live free from substances. There is hope, and lasting change is possible. Hope for Addiction is a gospel-centered, scripture-based program partnering with local churches to bring the good news of Jesus Christ to those struggling with addiction. To learn more, visit: www.myhopeforaddiction.org

We engage, encourage, and equip women and teen girls facing any difficult life situation with a holistic approach that meets their physical, emotional and spiritual needs. It is our longing to see the body of Christ, our clients, and the local community profoundly transformed. To learn more, visit: www.hopewomenscenter.org

We provide a safe and healthy transitional living environment that restores men and women through Biblical values, fellowship, and full-time work.   Unique programs providing working men with safe, clean housing as they restore their lives; a safe haven for working single moms and their children and equipping them with skills to provide for their families; and, safe housing for individual women in need of stability, resources and unconditional love. To learn more, visit: www.refugesunnyslope.com

We empower men/women with the Intellectual, Social, and Financial capital to start businesses that glorify God and serve their neighbor. To learn more, visit: www.hustlephx.org

We empower Christ followers through a unique partnership opportunity to evangelize, provide services that protect the unborn, mentor students and parents and heal the hurting. To learn more, visit: www.livinghopecenters.org

We equip and empower youth in under-served communities in the Phoenix area to become transformative leaders in their lives, their families and their communities, allowing those youth to reach their full potential.   We offer support in academics, leadership development, spiritual development, and life skills. To learn more, visit: www.mentorkidsusa.org

We share the love of Christ by alleviating hunger and malnutrition locally and throughout the world.  We serve non-profit organizations such as food pantries, soup kitchens, homeless shelters, churches and other non-profit organizations helping their community. Each month, a certain amount of time is set aside at each location for distribution. During that period, organizations can come pick up food from a Midwest Food Bank location which they then distribute to people in their communities.  In times of tragedy, we provide disaster relief through our network of food distribution and logistics across the country. To learn more, visit: www.midwestfoodbank.org

Organized by a group of volunteer healthcare professionals, we exist simply to: 1) To provide medical and dental healthcare services to the uninsured, underserved community 2) To share the Gospel and love of Jesus Christ with interested patients and colleagues 3) To train and equip healthcare professionals to share the Gospel and love of Jesus Christ in their daily practice. To learn more, visit: www.thechristianclinic.org

We offer a safe and healing recovery environment for those struggling with addictions or other life-controlling problems.  We have five centers in Arizona operating residential recovery programs serving teens and adults, including a center for adolescent girls in crisis ages 12-17, a center for women ages 18+ and women with children, and three centers for men ages 18+.   We also provide prevention programs and outreach to schools, churches and communities. To learn more, visit: www.tcaz.org