Providing highly skilled assistance dogs to children and adults with disabilities Power Paws Assistance Dogs impacts the community for the better. The non-profit delivers education and continuing support for working assistance dog teams to be a resource for people with disabilities.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Six major arts and culture CEOs come together on the cover of the new Frontdoors Magazine, now home to The Red Book. Publisher Andrea Tyler Evans and Mary Jane Rynd talk about a return to arts & culture post-pandemic and how the cover represents unity and determination.
Vino con Stelle brought celebrities and supporters together to honor Arizona Cardinals Star Larry Fitzgerald with the Leadership in Cancer Advocacy Award on behalf of Gateway for Cancer Research. This was one of the first in-person events since the pandemic, and since mask mandates were lifted.
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!
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.
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.
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.
The Leadership Team from Creighton University talks with Carey Pena about a growing crisis in the face of Covid-19 and beyond: The shortage of healthcare professionals in Arizona. Expected to be completed by 2021, the new Creighton University Phoenix Health Sciences Campus will serve 900 students.
The President and CEO of The Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust talks with Carey Pena about emergency funding for nonprofits in need during the COVID-19 crisis. It’s the 20th Anniversary year of the Trust, and they are spreading hope with help.
On this episode, we highlight FSL, one of the largest non-profit organizations in the state of Arizona. Last year alone, they helped more than 30,000 people. The CEO joins us on set to talk about their massive outreach and how they touch so many lives.
Frontdoors TV is a ten minute show about exceptional leadership, community connections and charities that make a massive impact. The show is hosted by Emmy award winning news personality Carey Pena and Frontdoors Magazine Publisher Andrea Evans.
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.
On this episode, we highlight three leaders who are changing the community for the better. Jacqueline Allen is Past President and Founding member of Central Arizona Dental Society Foundation. They host the Arizona Mission of Mercy event at the Arizona State Fairgrounds.
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.
FrontdoorsTV: This 15 minute show takes you inside the pages of Frontdoors Magazine to highlight compassion + charity + community. Together we can move humanity forward.
Carey Pena showcases a leader in the community helping nonprofits define their legacy, the Phoenix Indian Center and how they are creating a culture of pride, and the Salvation Army of Arizona’s 125 years of service.
Carey Pena showcases Tito’s Handmade Vodka and how they are helping dog rescues, the healthy fast food and drive through getting rave reviews, and Brenda and Kurt Warner’s Treasure House living community for disabled young adults.
Carey Pena showcases the woman leading the charge at the Phoenix Zoo to implement exciting changes, how the Phoenix Theatre is inspiring change on the stage and beyond, and the Frontdoors Magazine cover that highlights how you can save money and help nonprofits.
Carey Pena showcases a multimillion dollar announcement from the Fiesta Bowl, National Adoption Month and the extraordinary story of second chances from Child Crisis Arizona, and the couple on Frontdoors magazine and their story 48 years in the making.
Carey Pena showcases a popular valley chef having opened a second restaurant location, how a mind, body and spirit approach is helping thousands to fight cancer, and the extraordinary woman on the cover of Frontdoors magazine, Lucia Schnitzer, who is a business owner and cancer survivor.
Carey Pena showcases the restaurant offering tapas, Spanish wine and a little bit of magic in the air, how Children’s Cancer Network is giving families help and hope long after the diagnosis, and the man on the cover of Frontdoors magazine.
Carey Pena showcases the mission at Frontdoors magazine, the Italian restaurant that teaches its customers how to make pasta, the Dress For Success organization helping women feel prepared and dressed for the life of their dreams, and the man on the cover of Frontdoors magazine who helped save music in Phoenix.