Child Crisis Arizona served more than 7,000 individuals in Arizona in 2021 and the needs continue to grow. CEO Torrie Taj talks with Carey Pena about the expansion of services, and how they are placing a special focus on teens aging out of foster care to prevent them from ending up homeless and on the streets.
Habitat For Humanity is unveiling the first of its kind 3D-printed home in hopes of finding solutions to the affordable housing crisis. Jason Barlow, President & CEO of the Central Arizona Affiliate, talks with Carey Pena about this groundbreaking effort.
BASIS is helping students succeed in and out of the classroom. Head Of School at BASIS Chandler, the #1 rated charter school in the country, Matt FritzMiller, talks with Carey Pena about how the community can help more kids receive this all-inclusive, top-rated education.
1 in 4 people suffer from food insecurity in Arizona according to Marilee Baptiste, Executive Director of Arizona Midwest Food Bank. Baptiste talks with Carey Pena about the spike in numbers, including homebound seniors, students without any food at home, and college students trying to stay in school.
Douglas and Leslie Reprogle, Founders of Agape Adoption Agency of Arizona, share their emotional story about struggling to get pregnant, adopting their own sons, and going on to help more than a thousand families.
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.
Maggie’s Place has been serving Arizona for 20 years. Carey Pena talks to the CEO Laura Magruder about how they help homeless pregnant women turn their lives around, through empowerment, planning, and resiliency.
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.