There are 6,614 people experiencing homelessness in Maricopa County. Here's how to help
Think before you give to the homeless this holiday season, Phoenix pastor asks
"We're not telling people to stop giving or stop being nice or having a heart to serve," he said. "But we're saying there's a better, more effective, more impactful, more lasting way to give."
During the holidays, give in a healthy way
A new program is committed to help people get off the streets and here’s how you can be part of it.
Phoenix Group Launches 'Healthy Giving' Effort
A Phoenix group called the Healthy Giving Council says giving directly can have unintended consequences.They launched an effort this week to nudge well-intentioned givers toward what they call “healthy giving.” Jerome Parker, a pastor with First Christian Church and part of the Healthy Giving Council joined The Show to explain the idea.
County supports efforts to promote giving that changes lives
Maricopa County is a proud supporter of the Healthy Giving Council’s efforts to promote giving that considers what’s best for the community and the individual and which can help change lives for the long-term. Won’t you join us?
Phoenix-area campaign aims to make lasting impact on homelessness
PHOENIX — Community leaders came together Monday in Phoenix to launch a campaign that encourages better ways of giving in order to make a long-term impact on homelessness.
Looking for a better way for your family, friends or ward members to help people experiencing homelessness?
The Healthy Giving Council of Phoenix would like to help you help the homeless. The council consists of neighborhood residents, currently and formerly homeless individuals, faith groups, nonprofit agencies, and officials from the City of Phoenix and Maricopa County.