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"One Step Away" Press Conference Urges Arizonans to Help End Homelessness in Maricopa County

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Arizonans are struggling right now.  You or your neighbor maybe One Step Away from a very difficult time.  The number of people in need showing up at the Human Services Campus have doubled in just the last few weeks. Join our ONE STEP AWAY campaign. Every individual can step forward with a $5 contribution or a $25 donation to support a neighbor, colleague or friend who has fallen on hard times. It’s one step we all can take toward helping others see a brighter future.

The Human Service Campus is a collaboration of faith-based, non-profit, government, private, and community organizations has come together to form what is now considered a national model. The founding Campus agencies, Central Arizona Shelter Services, Maricopa County Health Care for the Homeless, NOVA Safe Haven, St. Joseph the Worker, and St. Vincent de Paul, share a combined history of over 100 years of service to homeless individuals in our community. Along with Lodestar Day Resource Center this model for sustainable living needs your help and support. By combining our efforts, we can better serve a truly vulnerable community who all too often remain hidden in our society and whose chronic needs are often unmet.

Make a commitment today to get involved:
1. Email Human Services Campus, to learn how you can help.
2. Make a donation today and change the lives of those in need.
3. Start a Fundraising Project and help spread the word and raise money for the Human Services Campus.
4. Recuit your friends by clicking on the link to the right "Invite Supporters".

Help spread the word by emailing a link to this page to people you know who might want to help.

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