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Donation Packages
  • Housing

    • $10,000 helps to provide a family with 1 year of stable housing
    • 85% obtained permanent housing last year

  • Eviction Prevention

    • $5,000 helps two families stay stably housed through preventative, financial support
    • Combined with the lack of affordable housing that already exists in our community, and continued high unemployment, more evictions will cause family homelessness to surge to levels we have not seen since the great recession
    • More than 70% of families fear being evicted
    • This program serves Gilbert and Mesa families at risk of eviction due to COVID-19 related job loss
  • Case Management

    • $2,500 helps to provide a family with ongoing access to Case Management Services
    • Once housed, Case Managers meet with each family to help them identify and achieve goals to ensure their long-term financial and housing stability
    • Case Managers are highly skilled in working with vulnerable populations and in ensuring families can reach that next goal, whether that is finding employment, connecting with counseling, or enrolling in benefits programs
  • Support Services

    • $1,000 helps to provide a family with a full year of supportive services
    • Supportive services include Career Services, Parenting Classes, Mental Health and Substance Abuse Support, Children’s Programs and Missy’s Mall
    • 67% of homeless families increased income
    • 81% of homeless families showed improved parenting skills, life skills, mental health, relationships, and self-image
    • 91% of homeless families obtained and regularly accessed health care for their families
  • Valor on Eighth

    • $500 helps to provide two months of supportive services for one family
    • Save the Family’s and its sister nonprofit ARM of Save the Family’s affordable housing project for previously homeless veteran families in the heart of Tempe
    • On-site support for adults and children
    • Community activities
  • Children's Programs

    • $250 helps a child participate in extracurricular activities
    • 71% maintained regular attendance at school/daycare
    • 70% showed improvements in anxiety, depression, and aggressive behavior
    • 74% were involved in at least one extracurricular activity
  • Basic Needs

    Helps to provide a family with basic essentials as they enter Save the Family housing. Many families arrive with only the clothes on their backs and a few items they were able to carry with them. Once they are safely at Save the Family, they receive a food box, air mattresses and bedding, clothing, personal hygiene items, and school supplies for the children. Basic essentials like these help families stabilize and begin the journey toward self-sufficiency.

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