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Preserving the value of tradition

Preserving the Value of Tradition

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.

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Human Services Campus: Housing the Homeless

Human Services Campus: Housing the Homeless

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.

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Valley of the Sun YMCA: Where Goodness Belongs

Valley of the Sun YMCA: Where Goodness Belongs

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.

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Hunkapi Farms: The Healing Power Of Horses

Hunkapi Farms: The Healing Power Of Horses

Hunkapi is a 10-acre farm located in Scottsdale, Arizona. Founder Terra Schaad talks with Carey Pena about what they’ve built over the course of 20 years. The mission is grounded in the idea of interrelatedness – our need for and reliance on one another – and the responsibility of forwarding that feeling.

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FrontdoorsTV: The Phoenix Symphony’s Return

FrontdoorsTV: The Phoenix Symphony’s Return

Suzanne Wilson, President & CEO of The Phoenix Symphony and Tito Muñoz, Virginia G. Piper Music Director join FrontdoorsTV with Carey Pena to share some exciting news — thanks to a grant from the Small Business Administration’s Shuttered Venues program, the Symphony will soon be unveiling its 75th Anniversary season.

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Catholic Charities Expands Mission In Arizona

Catholic Charities Expands Mission In Arizona

Catholic Charities has been serving Arizona for 88 years. Carey Pena talks to the President and CEO Paul Mulligan about how they navigated the pandemic, reaching out to more than 17,000 people, and even managed to expand their reach across the state of Arizona to serve brothers and sisters in need.

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Tax Credit Giving Guide 2020-2021

Tax Credit Giving Guide 2020-2021

Tax Day is approaching. Check out this special episode of FrontdoorsTV with Carey Pena to learn about the Arizona Tax Credit Giving Guide before filing your state income taxes. You may be able to help some incredible nonprofits and schools without it costing you a dime!

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Frontdoors TV: Generation Justice Receives National Recognition

This week the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) presented Gen Justice Founder Darcy Olsen with an Adoption Excellence Award for “extraordinary personal and professional contributions” helping children in foster care. Olsen sits down with Carey Pena to talk about the mission of Gen Justice and fighting for the rights of hundreds of thousands of children.

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Frontdoors TV: Hope & A Future

Hope & A Future helps thousands of Arizona foster kids and teens reach their potential and achieve their dreams. Formed in 2004 as a Christian nonprofit, they serve abused and neglected children living in the foster care system. Programs include summer camps, life skills, mentoring, and college scholarships. Carey Pena speaks with Phoebe Johnson, Hope & A Future Program Director.

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Frontdoors TV: Habitat for Humanity Celebrates 35 Years in the Valley

Habitat for Humanity Central Arizona has improved a place called home for more than 3,500 Arizona families – including seniors and veterans – through new home builds and repairs. Carey Pena speaks with CEO Jason Barlow about their anniversary year, and plans for the future. Plus their exciting new text to give, tax credit, and license plate campaigns.

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Frontdoors TV: Phoenix Indian Center and Arizona Icons

Frontdoors TV is a ten minute show about exceptional leadership, community connections and charities that make a massive impact. Carey Pena showcases the woman leading the effort to continue the legacy of Virginia G. Piper, the Phoenix Indian Center and how they are helping more than 600 youth each year, and a peak into Arizonan history.

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Frontdoors TV: Celebrity Chef & Community Changemakers

The Foundation’s most recent work centers around food stability and independence. As part of that work, they have created goodfoodfinderaz.com, a website that serves as a hub for consumers, producers, procurers, farmers, restauranteurs and others to learn about and connect with Arizona’s local food providers.

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