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2020 HSC I am Home Breakfast

Signature Sponsor

Avondale Toyota

Bronze Sponsor

Maricopa County | The Industrial Development Authority
Lee & Associates
Brighter Way Institute
Amazon Web Services
Osborn Maledon
Cowley Companies
Heltne Family Limited Partnership

Compassion Sponsor

Sunbelt Holdings
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul
Jackie and Jim Davis
Arizona Diamondbacks
Crescent Crown Distributing

Kindness Sponsor

AARP Arizona
AZ Department of Housing
AZ Precision Security
Community Bridges, Inc.
DOXA Central
MidFirst Bank
Judy and Gary Kelly
Brian Spicker & Omar Okagbare
LBA Realty
Mushkatel, Robbins, and Baker PLLC

2020 Weather Relief Drive exceeds 500,000 bottles of water!

Collectively with our Campus partners, we need at least 60,000 bottles of water per month to keep our clients hydrated and healthy.  We held monthly Donation Drop-offs from April through September and received over 500,000 bottles of water!  We are incredibly grateful for all of the individuals and organizations who contributed.

While the 2020 Weather Relief Drive officially ended in September, we need water throughout the winter months as well.  The Human Services Campus accepts donations seven days a week from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm.

Please contact us at or by phone at 602-282-0849. We will coordinate a convenient time for you and provide directions to the Campus drop off area.  Thank you!!

If you have questions about making an in-kind donation, please contact us at: or (602) 282-0849

Our December 2019 I Am Home Breakfast was a great success!

On Friday morning, December 13th we heard success stories from individuals who made their unique journeys home; they each shared their gratitude for all of the staff and services on the Human Services Campus. Executive Director Amy Schwabenlender updated everyone on the State of the Campus and provided a glimpse of the “HSC 2.0” vision, including a strengthened partnership with the ASU Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions.  Amy also recognized our clients, staff, partners and volunteers for all they do in ending homelessness.  Andre House received the Mike McQuaid Collaboration Award. Mike McQuaid, past HSC Board President and current Board member, thanked the Garcia Family Foundation for their very generous multi-year pledge to the HSC, as well as Avondale Toyota, Thunderbirds Charities and many others who have been long-term supporters of the HSC and our partners.  Mike also introduced new HSC Board President Jonathan Koppell.  Jonathan provided a passionate explanation of the need for more shelters beds on the Campus and urged everyone to come together and help with the respective zoning permit change, anticipated to be voted on this spring. We are so grateful for all who make this event and all of these successes possible!

Human Services Campus Video

Great Turn-out at Inaugural HSC Awareness Walk to End Homelessness

Nearly 300 people attended our Inaugural Awareness Walk to End Homelessness on March 16th! Amy Schwabendlender, HSC Executive Director, and Mike McQuaid, HSC Board President, kicked off the event by welcoming everyone and identifying key homelessness issues in our community such as high eviction rates and lack of affordable housing. After a brisk two-mile walk from the Campus to downtown and then past the capitol mall area, attendees enjoyed coffee and refreshments supplied by Serafina Coffee Roasters, The Larry Restaurant and St. Vincent de Paul. Rani “G” from World:Life:Music provided sound equipment and a range of playlists while people interacted with our Campus partners to learn about our collaborative approach to ending homelessness. It was a beautiful day and we are very grateful for all who made this a successful event!

Thank you to Thunderbirds Charities and Everyone who Contributed to this Year’s Birdies for Charity Event and making this a successful fundraiser!

View the 2019-2020 Annual Report

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