Best Day Ever

Best Day Ever reaches out to women in our community that have experienced incredible difficulties in their lives. The women we support are veterans, single moms, pregnant teens, previously sex-trafficked girls, teenagers and adults, homeless women, young ladies (ages 18-25) who have aged out of the foster system, women with substance abuse issues and those that have been abused and who are now taking the necessary steps to improve their lives.

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The purpose of MAN-UP is to give men a chance to move from addiction to freedom, from the battlefield to civilian life, from selfishness to selflessness, from homelessness to self-sufficient and to realize that to have true success in life, you must first have character and self-respect. This program inspires men to look beyond the difficulties of their past, so that they can see how much power they have over their own lives, as well as the lives of those around them. We share that to MAN-UP you must be respectful and faithful to yourself, to your commitments, and to your word.

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Christmas with a Cause

Christmas with a Cause was originally a Christmas dinner for men and women in a drug and alcohol rehabilitation center. This program paved the way for Arizona Hygiene for Hope. The holidays are the number one time of year for stress and anxiety, eventually leading to relapse and/or possibly suicide. Our first dinner was planned for 306 residents and we ended serving just over 900 meals. Homeless from off the street showed up, and from there, our mission was born.

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No matter where you live, there is a secret sub-community that most people see, but they try to ignore. It is the community of homeless. It’s a misconception that all homeless are drug and/or addicted to alcohol. The majority of these individuals are actually people living with mental health problems or veterans in need of support. This is the second largest, and fastest growing segment, with 30% of the population being individuals and families who are living in vehicles. Those living in cars are the newly homeless and are hanging on to the last remnants of their housed lives.

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“Egg-tra” Ordinary Family

“Egg-tra” Ordinary Family is the opportunity to make new memories. Everyone knows how stressful the holiday’s can be, and if your homeless, in a treatment or rehabilitation center, or maybe you’ve fostered out of the foster system, are a senior living alone, a teenager just trying to survive the streets, or a family living below the poverty level we are here to help.

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Rock in the Schoolhouse

Rock in the Schoolhouse is the program to be a part of if you love children.

Our children today have so many forces working against them, with more and more families fighting to put food on the table and trying to keep a roof over their heads it really doesn’t leave much money for basics let alone the EXTRAS.

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You can think of Take it to the STREET as writing Pay it forward checks!

Take it to the STREET began by providing individuals in the street with Hygiene and a Bag of Food. As the word got out, Homeless, Teen Shelters, Treatment centers, Sober Living homes and Pregnant Teen facilities also started requesting help. All of the facilities that we serve have no government funding and survive on donations from people just like you. This last year we even had requests for help from the local Police and Fire Departments. We now serve hundreds of people each month.

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Who we Serve:

• Living on the Street, In Cars, In Tents and Couch Surfing.
• Veterans, Youth, Senior, Individuals, and families who are currently displaced.

Men and Women:
• Currently in Rehabilitation Centers, Treatment Centers, Half-Way Houses, and Sober Living Facilities.

New Families:
• 18-25 Year Olds who have Fostered OUT of the Foster System,
• Grandparents who now have Custody of their Grandchildren as well as Foster Parents who need help with the day to day Basic Necessities.
• Families Suffering from Covid and living well below the Poverty Level.

Newly Released Prisoners:
• Men and Women who are now Transitioning back into Society and are currently in Re-Entry Facilities learning new skills and/or a trade.

Military and Veterans:
• Papago National Guards, Luke Air-force Base, The 161st Air-wing, The 162nd Air-wing, US Vets, Veterans Success Center, Border Control, MANA House, and Our Gold Star Families.

Individuals in Immediate Danger:
• Sex-Trafficked Individuals (Including: Women, Men, Girls and Boys), Both Women and Men who now reside in Battered Persons Shelters.
• Referrals from Local Fire Departments, Police Stations, and Churches, as well as, Referrals from School Nurses and Local Burn Units.

What We Do:

We HONOR Every Individual as they are right now. We ENCOURAGE and EMPOWER People to grow and MOTIVATE them to be the person they we born to. By doing this we Believe that Everyone PROSPERS.

How We Do It:
• We reach out to our Community with our Signature Programs.
• We Supply Hygiene, Clothing, Food and Basic Necessities to those in need.
• We Partner 200 Plus Local Non-profits with products to help our Community.
• We Partner with Local businesses to get Resources to People most in need.
• We have opened ‘FREE Shop’ where people can come get Day to Day Items they Need. (Appointment or Referral Needed)
• We get DIRTY! We Take to the Streets to reach Our Forgotten and Our Most Vulnerable.

Just The FACTS:

Our Growth and Impact:

Christmas with a Cause2009900 Served
 202111,000 Served
Best Day Ever (Women's Only)201050 Served
 2022750 Served
Man UP (Men's Only)201070 Served
 20221,820 Served
“Egg-tra" Ordinary Family (Families and Individuals)2010125 Served
 202210,500 Served
Community Project and Take it to the STREET2010300 Served
(So far this year)20228,500 Served
Veterans and Military20100 Served
(So far this year)20229,000 Served
Day to Day20100 Served
 20227,500 Served