Dear Friends, On May 2nd, 50% of the transitional housing programs in the United States were notified they would no longer receive funding through the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). House of Refuge was one of those agencies. To escalate the problem, House of Refuge was also notified that this… read more →
Quite the month…including being named Agency of the Year by Mesa United Way!
Despite the taxes…April rocked with fantastic volunteers and donors!
March was a great month full of amazing volunteers and donors!
February may have been a short month but you could not tell by all the work our volunteers did!
Check out our amazing volunteers in action.
2014 was a great year and we have the VIDEOS to prove it! In December, we did our version of the 12 Days of Christmas with a series of 30 second videos spotlighting the amazing volunteers that made our seasons extra bright. We called it “12 Months of Grateful Reflections”… read more →
Power Ranch residents stepped up to the plate for a truly remarkable food drive that will put plenty of food on the plate for our residents. Randy Dix and his daughter Janine Igliane led the charge as they collected 200 bags of food! Love our community!
InBusiness Magazine recent article highlighted Renewal By Andersen and their efforts to improve House of Refuge. Every nine seconds in the U.S. a woman is assaulted or beaten, and studies suggest that up to 10 million children witness some form of domestic violence annually. To commemorate the National Make A… read more →
Applied Materials employees and their families, from Chandler, Arizona, collaborated on “Make A Difference Day” at House of Refuge, in support of a community event to paint 14 houses. Applied’s team of 20 volunteers completed three houses. Ernesto Sidi, an engineer at Applied Materials, is a huge supporter of us.… read more →