In the news: House of Refuge featured in Arizona Republic article on transitional housing options for homeless Arizona Republic reporter Jessica Boehm featured House of Refuge and other programs that can help
Kolar takes reigns as new executive director at East Mesa’s House of Refuge, Inc. January 6, 2021 For Immediate Release Contact: Krista Cardona, House of Refuge, Inc. 480-416-9740 firstname.lastname@example.org Kolar takes reigns
In the News: House of Refuge receives Queen Creek Chamber of Commerce "Business of the Year" award For Immediate Release Contact: Krista Cardona, Marketing Coordinator House of Refuge, Inc. email@example.com talk/text 480-416-9740
In the News: Public food distribution hits another milestone House of Refuge's public food distribution was highlighted in an article in the Mesa Independent. Read more here: https://www.yourvalley.net/eastmark-independent/stories/east-valley-public-food-distribution-site-hits-another-milestone,174053? HELP A
Press Release: Public food distribution hits another milestone For immediate release Contact: Krista Cardona 480-416-9740 firstname.lastname@example.org East Valley public food distribution site hits another milestone House of Refuge, Midwest Food Bank and City
In the news: Hear Arizona follows up with House of Refuge for podcast "Unsheltered" "Hear Arizona" Unsheltered series followed up with House of Refuge 2-months after COVID-19 forced many non-profits to cancel
Public food distribution hits milestone For immediate release Contact: Krista Cardona 480-416-9640 email@example.com MESA, AZ — A new public food distribution site in east Mesa, helping families and individuals experiencing food insecurity,
In the news: House of Refuge featured in Hear Arizona podcast "Unsheltered" House of Refuge was featured in the Podcast "Hear Arizona" Unsheltered series. This episode looked at non-profits that work with
In the news: House of Refuge featured in Yahoo Finance House of Refuge and other area organizations were featured in a Yahoo Finance article. The PPP loan will help House of Refuge shift resources to
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