We believe in giving back to our community and have several organizations that we support. If you would like to volunteer your time, talents or treasures and be a part of our Giving Back Team, please contact us. We would love to have your help! Below are a few of the organizations that we support:
Just as it did at its inception, the Diaper Bank provides diapers to those under the poverty line where no public assistance exists. We recognized that an inadequate supply of diapers puts families with young children at an increased risk for health related problems and potential abuse. We believe that through a network of social service providers the Diaper Bank prevents duplication of services, limits administrative spending, and prioritizes clients in the direst of circumstances.
Max and the Diaper Fairy is an uplifting story about a little boy named Max who refused to use the potty. One day after receiving a visit from The Diaper Fairy Max gains the courage and strength to use the potty. This delightful story teaches young ones about philanthropy and encourages them to help others in need. Max learns that by helping others and donating diapers to babies who really need them in the world, he becomes a big boy! And, with the help of a little magic fairy dust, he can do anything! This book is available on Amazon or to receive an author-signed copy, order through www.maxandthediaperfairy.com Max and the Diaper Fairy proudly supports our nation’s diaper banks.
ICAN is a free, family-centered youth service in the East Valley. They provide a full complement of programs proven effective in equipping youth to achieve personal and academic success by tackling substance abuse, gang involvement and juvenile delinquency.
The Jewell McFarland Lewis Fresh Start Women’s Resource Center in downtown Phoenix is a comprehensive women’s self-help facility dedicated to supporting women who want to thrive. For more than 20 years Fresh Start has connected women and changed lives through delivering free and low cost services. Fresh Start Women’s Resource Center opened in 2002 and has over 26,000 visits to the Resource Center every year.