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2018 Piper Fellow Trinity Donovan

12 December, 2018Posted In : News , Uncategorized

"AZCEND has experienced tremendous growth in recent years. As we help people on their journeys towar READ MORE

8th Annual Walk in the Park to end Poverty

18 April, 2018Posted In : News

Our 8th Annual Walk in the Park to end Poverty raised nearly $20,000.....Thanks everyone! Our sponso READ MORE

March CEO Message 2018

27 February, 2018Posted In : Uncategorized

Spring is in the air, at least in Arizona anyhow. We get out of our homes, ride our bikes, take hike READ MORE

  • Chandler & Gilbert Council Members say Read Below

    “Congratulations AZCEND on 50 years of dedicated work in our community.  AZCEND’s presence in the Town of Gilbert has enhanced our residents’ quality of life by offering much needed services.  AZCEND has proven time and again that it is invested in our community and wants to make Gilbert a better place for all residents.  Thank you, AZCEND.”

    Councilmember Jordan Ray (Town of Gilbert)
  • Chandler & Gilbert Council Members say Read Below

    “On behalf of the Town of Gilbert, I extend my sincere thanks to AZCEND for its 50 years of service to our community. Everyday AZCEND changes lives and offers opportunities to help people help themselves. AZCEND is a vital part of Gilbert’s past, present and future.”

    Councilmember Jared Taylor (Town of Gilbert)
  • Chandler & Gilbert Council Members say Read Below

    “For decades, The Town of Gilbert and its surrounding communities have been blessed by the hard work and dedication of AZCEND.  AZCEND has selflessly served Arizona individuals, families and senior citizens with opportunities and assistance to help folks get back on their feet, while creating a true sense of community.  Thank you, AZCEND, for everything you do.”

    Mayor Jenn Daniels (Town of Gilbert)
  • Chandler & Gilbert Council Members say Read Below

    “It is with deep gratitude that I thank AZCEND. From your work with Gilbert seniors to families struggling to put food on the table, your service to Gilbert and the surrounding communities has been amazing and deeply appreciated.”

    Former Councilmember Victor Petersen (Town of Gilbert)
  • Chandler & Gilbert Council Members say Read Below

    “AZCEND’s five decade commitment to strengthening families and improving the quality of life for all community members, especially for those who face poverty or for whom mental illness, isolation or age puts them at unusual risk, is astounding. The Town of Gilbert appreciates your particular dedication to help our residents with emergency food boxes, financial education and assistance and operating the Gilbert Senior Center. AZCEND is a huge part of what makes Gilbert great.”

    Vice Mayor Brigette Peterson (Town of Gilbert)
  • Chandler & Gilbert Council Members say Read Below

    “AZCEND’s five decade commitment to strengthening families and improving the quality of life for all community members, especially for those who face poverty or for whom mental illness, isolation or age puts them at unusual risk, is astounding. The Town of Gilbert appreciates your particular dedication to help our residents with emergency food boxes, financial education and assistance and operating the Gilbert Senior Center. AZCEND is a huge part of what makes Gilbert great.”

    Councilmember Eddie Cook (Town of Gilbert)
  • Chandler & Gilbert Council Members say Read Below

    “Congratulations AZCEND on your historic anniversary. From helping families avoid eviction to delivering meals to those homebound, AZCEND has proven to be an integral and vital part of the Gilbert community. But, as momentous as this anniversary is, it’s not the end of AZCEND’s journey – far from it. As we move into the next 50 years, AZCEND will continue its great work and serve as a stone firmly laid in the foundation of our community. Thank you for all you do.”

    Former Mayor John Lewis (Town of Gilbert)
  • Chandler & Gilbert Council Members say Read Below

    “For half a century, the AZCEND has provided critical support to the Chandler community, and it is a vital part of the City’s efforts to sustain and improve our neighborhoods. To Trinity, the staff, volunteers, and board of the AZCEND, thank you for providing a truly wonderful service to our residents in need.”

    Former Mayor Jay Tibshraeny (City of Chandler)
  • Chandler & Gilbert Council Members say Read Below

    “The AZCEND is doing a great job with helping those in need to be able to have the tools and resources to find jobs and a better quality of life.  I also appreciate how well connected they are to other helpful family resources in the community, such as First Things First, which helps children be prepared to succeed in school.”

    Former Councilmember Nora Ellen (City of Chandler)
  • Chandler & Gilbert Council Members say Read Below

    “The AZCEND has served Chandler and surrounding communities compassionately for many decades. They continue to be creative in meeting the complex and changing needs of people. Whether need takes the form of homelessness, hunger, mentoring, education or affirmation, the hard working staff of the AZCEND are enthusiastic, hard working and committed to changing lives and communities.”

    Mayor Kevin Hartke (City of Chandler)