Please call us at 602/909-7153 to let us know of your donation effort for our social media and a "How-to" to help organize the pet food/item drive!
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Arizona Veterans Stand Down 2016 arizonastanddown.org eventscalendar
> Navajo/Apache County Veterans Resources Fair II, Saturday Aug 27, 10am-5pm ,The American Legion Post
312 N Chief Ave Whiteriver, Arizona 85941
> Yavapai County Veterans Stand Down, Fri-Sat, Sep 23-24 10am-3pm 7620 AZ-69, Prescott Valley, AZ 86314
Watch our work with Veteran's below!
We aid people in crisis, who would not ask for help for themselves, but will for their beloved pets, to get help for their pets, and for themselves through our partnerships , to help long term recovery.
We help build community through pets!
To be able to close our agency, because pet's needs are met!
Admin. Phone: 602/909-7153
Business & Community Support,
You gave $766,988 of Pet Food/Items for 11 Counties in Arizona in 2015 ~
Thank You from them!
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We still need cash donations to continue to do this disaster work now!
It is up to you.
Whether we go out, depends on our ability to raise more funds!
Will you help?
Pass a empty bowl around your business, group, friends or post it on your social media feeds for them please?
On line donations Link: DONATE TO DISASTER PETS
This bank doesn't take out fees and will pass it through immediately, to our bank account, where we can access it for gas and other travel expenses!.
We and the pets you are going to help~ thank you, so much during this wildfire time in rural Arizona.
We couldn't help these disaster victims without you!
Website Content Links
> Emergency Preparedness Expo- Metrocenter
Sep 10, 10:00am - 2:00pm 9617 N Metro Pkwy W, Phoenix, AZ 85051
Bring your whole family to the FREE Emergency Preparedness Expo “Don’t Wait. Communicate. Make Your Emergency Plan Today.” Located in the Sears wing.
There will be 20 Agencies from Maricopa County and surrounding Cities that will be participating plus activities, services, giveaways + more!
> City of Glendale Disaster Awareness for Pets (and Humans) Save the date 9/24
For Homeless/Near Homeless
> HOPEFEST - Prescott Saturday, Oct 22 10am-8pm Prescott Courthouse Square, 120 S Cortez St, # 103, Prescott, Arizona 86303 “HOPE Serves one another in love” mission is to powerfully impact lives by purposely fostering collaborative relationships with community service providers, faith, civic, government and business partners; to unite, mobilize and serve through love; connecting solutions to the immediate needs of our friends and neighbors of the Greater Prescott area. To Be Part of the Solution! ‘HOPE Serves one another in love’ is designed to transform despair and immobility into momentum so lives can be improved. Helping people connect with meaningful services and showing them that their situation is NOT the end of the story but only the new road to healing and a promising new hopeful beginning! Change IS possible!
> United Ways Project Connect, Thursday November 3rd, First Southern Baptist Church 1001 N Central Ave., Avondale Az 85335
Video and more Event Information here
Coming Major Service and Volunteer Projects:
We are so excited to have the Arizona Avian Alliance, join us, as a part of our 501c3. Finches to parakeets to parrots and more. Now we help people with their beloved feather friends in crisis!
Drop off item donations at our wonderful partner sites, go to Map here.
Learn about Us~
>West Location Volunteer Weekly Activity
For Groups or Solo - Thursdays, 10:30am-12:30pm :
RSVP Your Volunteer Space for bagging agency pet food.
Palmgate Storage 14050 W Van Buren, Goodyear South of I-10 and West 2 blocks of Litchfield Rd Location Website Click Here
Why do we have a "Maricopa County Citizen's Corp"?
When the Arizona Central Region Citizen's Corp dissolved in 2015, we saw a gap that was needed to be filled. Most Citizen's Corps, have a focus on having Professional Responders/Rescuers and high energy, healthy citizens involved. We refer people who wish to get involved with high energy to CERT, MRC and other response groups to those located in their city.
65% of families have at least one pet!
(Thank you Wag Magazine, for this fact from the 2015-2016 survey by the APPA National Pet Owners!)
What about the Grandmother with Alzheimers, with her cat,~the one thing that keeps her grounded and connected, or the young boy with Autism with his doggie that keeps him calm but isn't a service dog? What about seniors, families who care for ill or injured at home, functionally disabled (27% in Arizona are functionally disabled, up from 25% the previous year) Parents with very young children and more, with pets/service dogs?
Our focus is education on evacuation and the other decisions within the first hours of disaster response, and to build relationships with local community:~churches, schools, small businesses who dont even know they are required by OSHA law (1910.35-38) to have these plans in place and practiced!