Businesses and Organizations

Businesses and organizations play a vital role in our community by supporting individuals and families experiencing homelessness and food insecurity across Maricopa and Pinal Counties. 

Arizona’s Family to the Homeless has many opportunities to get involved. 

With our combined efforts, we can help reduce the number of homeless and hungry families in our communities.  

Why Get Involved? 

Since the onset of the global pandemic homelessness has increased in Phoenix and the surrounding areas. Inflation has risen to an unsustainable high for most families, making it difficult to purchase the food they need to survive, causing more families to seek the help of their local food banks and pantries. That is why your help is so important for our communities. 


Elite Members make an enormous impact on their local communities by becoming a part of the solution towards combating hunger in our homeless communities and by closing the hunger gap for families facing food insecurity. Elite Members also support these target communities with hygiene, clothing, blankets, and other essential items. 

Elite Members financial support helps thousands of homeless and families across the valley. 

Help your business make an impact by being a part of feeding homeless individuals and families in your community. Here are some of the ways businesses benefit by becoming part of the AZFH Elite Members: 

  • Your organization will receive recognition on our website: 
  • Your organization will be featured on our social media channels. 
  • We will recognize your organization during our Snack Bag assembly orientations on an average of 2 times per month. 
  • Your organization will be presented with a certificate or plaque in honor of your support. 
  • Your organization will be recognized at our annual celebrations or events.  

Finally, tax write offs – Arizona’s Family to the Homeless is a 501(c)3 corporation (Tax ID #87-0845852) with the federal government and registered non-profit corporation in good standing with the Arizona Corporation Commission.