The Phoenix Indian Center is the oldest American Indian non-profit organization of its kind in the United States. CEO Jolyana Begay-Kroupa explains how the Phoenix Indian Center is preserving the language and culture of Native Americans for future generations.
The Be Kind People Project delivers relevant education and youth development opportunities that create a positive learning environment and inspire humanity. Their vision is to build a generation of respectful, responsible, healthy, and caring citizens and leaders. www.bkpp.org.
In 1968, New Way Academy opened the door to a new way of learning in Arizona. For over 50 years the award-winning school has catered to students who are smart and motivated but have difficulties learning in a traditional school setting.
Agape is a Christian based Phoenix adoption agency with a passion to empower positive outcomes for children and families. Founders Doug and Leslie share how Agape’s approach is unique in its collaboration.
CEO of Habitat for Humanity Central Arizona Jason Barlow talks with Carey Pena about innovative ways to build community. Constructing homes for families in need is how they started, but that was just the beginning of their long-lasting community impact.
Be a change maker with AmeriCorps. Over 70,000 AmeriCorps members serve annually to support organizations nationwide making sustainable changes in areas that affect education, public health, climate, access to benefits, and more.
A collaborative force of 16 partner organizations the Human Services Campus works to end homelessness. Frontdoors TV host Carey Pena, sits down with Executive Director Amy Schwabenlender to discuss how HSC was able to serve over six thousand residents in the last 12 months.
Celebrating 100 years of service in the Arizona community, Valley of the Sun YMCA is an integral part of the quality of life in the desert. FrontdoorsTV host Carey Pena discusses the community centered programs at the Y including their mission to provide affordable quality childcare.
Ted Taylor, the CEO of Family Promise, sits down with Carey Pena to talk about how they are saving homeless families with the help of congregations. Most of the hundreds of families they help are single moms with two to three children.
The HUG clinic stands for Healthcare United at GateWay. There is no other clinic in the U.S. that offers HUG’s unique combination of specialty care services. They treat patients with chronic illnesses such as cancer, COPD, multiple sclerosis, diabetes, and they provide free ultrasounds.