Homeless Engagement Lift Partnership
When it comes to homelessness, Arizona, Maricopa County, and Phoenix have a serious problem.
There are about 29,000 homeless people in Arizona — one in every 227 Arizonans. And an estimated 61% of them are in Maricopa County. In addition, approximately 2,500 people are considered “unsheltered,” living on the streets. Most are single adults, and 79% of them are men.
The number of homeless people in families is on the rise throughout Arizona, with many victims of domestic violence. According to DES, 4,346 adults and 4,095 children received help from domestic violence service providers.
Isn’t it time we stop to think about what we can do to help reduce the homeless population in our community? With very little time and effort, each and every one of us can significantly improve the lives of the homeless.
With a little extra effort, we can HELP reduce the number of Homeless in our community.
Homeless Engagement Lift Partnership is a 501(c)3 corporation with the federal government and a registered non-profit corporation in good standing with the Arizona Corporation Commission. Tax ID: 47-1110728
Help Feed a Hungry Child
Some boys and girls go to bed hungry every night in our own community. They have enough challenges going through the stresses of living on the streets. Being hungry only adds to their anxiety and stress.
Many homeless families cannot afford to provide their children with adequate meals. The only meals they obtain are through their school’s breakfast or lunch programs for many of these children.
The most effective way to intersect with the homeless children and their families is through the schools. We feel it is the most efficient way to reach families. This program is a stepping stone in assisting families in breaking the cycle of homelessness. It started with the Helpsnackz Program.
With the Love of a Servant’s Heart
Our Vision is to Help Restore Dignity and Hope to those in our Homeless Community.
Our Mission is to change the cycle of homelessness through our children & Provide Immediate Aid and Comfort. Advance Education and Knowledge for Those Who have Found Themselves in some Form of Homelessness. Promote Awareness and create action in our Community.