House of Refuge Partners with HomeAid Phoenix HomeAid Phoenix is a local affiliate of HomeAid America. Through housing development and community engagement, our mission is to help those experiencing homelessness to improve their lives. Published at HomeAid Phoenix: https://vimeo.com/880965335/ab37568478?share=copy
TD SYNNEX 'Shares the Magic' with House of Refuge Queen Creek Sun Times Staff | September 19, 2023 Since 1996, House of Refuge, Inc. has provided families in crisis a proven path out of homelessness. Proceeds of this inaugural fundraiser will provide essential on-site social services – including special youth enrichment programming – while
Arizona Cardinals support wellness day at House of Refuge in Mesa Daily Independent | September 27, 2023 Crucial Catch Wellness Day will bring medical professionals to Mesa on Saturday to serve families living in the House of Refuge transitional housing program. The effort is in conjunction with the Arizona Cardinals, which supports the NFL's
Meet Annette Sellers of House of Refuge provides transitional housing in a neighborhood setting for homeless families. Honoring the faith-based traditions of our founders, we treat people with dignity and respect through programs that bring hope and self-sufficiency.
Mother's Day is still a week away, but some Valley mothers got some special pampering a little early. These moms certainly deserve it as they're all coming from very difficult situations. FOX 10's Irene Snyder has their stories.
What happens when three dynamic non-profit organizations team up to benefit mothers recovering from homelessness and domestic violence? An incredible Mother’s Day event of pampering and luxurious spa experiences they will never forget this weekend.
Paint-a-thon Event HomeAid Phoenix in partnership with the Valley’s national and regional home builders, local non-profit organizations and community leaders, HomeAid builds and improves housing and programmatic for those at risk and experiencing homelessness. On November 4, 2022 over 100 volunteers came together to paint 13 homes at House of Refuge, Mesa AZ.
'Giving machines' return to Valley for fifth year ‘Giving Machines’ are back for another year. The machines, which are essentially vending machines, are making their return to Gilbert and expanding to other cities to let people give back to those in need. Helping change the lives of those experiencing homeless here in the Valley
Grant Helps House of Refuge Support Homeless Teens Mesa-based House of Refuge, Inc. received a $30,000 grant from the Donald C. Brace Foundation to support the nonprofit’s life-changing work with homeless teens and their families. Ongoing research shows that the trauma of homelessness and the complex circumstances that lead to it can have a devastating impact