Citywide Neighborhood Organizations

28 citywide organizations found
ARCADIA KIDS (2093)
Primary Contact: MS SHEILA PIMSNER
Organization Goals: To improve the quality of life in our community through family involvement in services and projects to benefit those in need.
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ARIZONA BLACK LAW ENFORCEMENT EMPLOYEES (ABLE) (2844)
Primary Contact: Reggie Johnson
Organization Goals: Provide criminal justice training to law enforcement, high school students and college age individuals along with crime prevention training during the Annual ABLE Conference.
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ARIZONA GANG INVESTIGATIONS ASSOC. (AZGIA) (2904)
Primary Contact: Mr Mike Carleton
Organization Goals: AZGIA is dedicated to proactively working towards eradicating the negative iimpact of gangs on our communities through education & training for law enforcement professionals & community groups/organizaitons.
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AZ RECREATION CENTER FOR THE HANDICAPPED (ARCH) (2365)
Primary Contact: Ms. Kip Murray
Organization Goals: To enhance and maintain the quality of life of individuals with disabilities by providing therapeutic recreation services, educational, and wellness programs, socialization opportunities, and teaching basic living skills.
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CITYWIDE BLOCK WATCH PROGRAM (2368)
Primary Contact: Mrs. Rosie Mendoza
Organization Goals: The Block Watch program is a long standing partnership between the city and its residents. This is a program of neighbors looking out for each other. It is designed to enlist the active participation of citizens to reduce crime by reporting suspicious activity to police and improve the quality of life in their neighborhoods.
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CLEARVIEWS PHOENIX (2528)
Primary Contact: Mr. Joseph Miller
Organization Goals: Citizens group opposed to the spread of billboards and digital conversations in the city of Phoenix.
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COALITION OF COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS OF SOUTH PHOENIX (0585)
Primary Contact: Mr. Bob Boyd
Organization Goals: To join together for the betterment of the community to enhance opportunity for youth in the community.
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CRESCENT HILLS NORTH (2580)
Primary Contact: AMY TAYLOR
Organization Goals: BLOCKWATCH
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FAX NET 1 (1007)
Primary Contact: Ms Kristina Buckwalter
Organization Goals: Our total mission is crime prevention. We offer community crime prevention programs in the Phoenix neighborhoods. Two of them are shoring up the village and community first.
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HELP ENCOURAGE LIFE POSITIVELY (1832)
Primary Contact: Mr. Robert E l l i s o n
Organization Goals: To keep our area as clean as we can with the help of the City of Phoenix Tool Lending Program.
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HOT STOP (1115)
Primary Contact: Ms. Deborah Watts-Alexander
Organization Goals: Neighborhood safety, mental health rehab, housing rehab, homeless services, victim services, addiction rehab, environment issues, recycling, neighborhood improvement, child services, elderly services, recycling and pet lost, found and placement. To imporve quality of life for disabled and disadvantaged people and pets..
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MAGGIE'S PLACE (1472)
Primary Contact: Ms Laura Magrudek
Organization Goals: Maggie's Place provides houses of hospitality for pregnant women. The mission of Maggie's Place is to provide for the immediate physical and emotional needs of our guests such as shelter, food and clothing. Maggie's Place also assists in getting our guests connected with prenatal care, health insurance, low-cost housing and educational programs.
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MOST HOLY TRINITY (0916)
Primary Contact: Ms. Jane Segovia
Organization Goals: To promote a partnership between parents, students and the community members to create an awareness of criminal activity within the neighborhood.
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MOTHERS AGAINST GANGS (0183)
Primary Contact: Ms. Therese Arivzu
Organization Goals: Formed to keep City drug free, gang free, graffiti free and safe from harm. Victim's Right, Court Advocates, Prevention/Intervention, Youth Center and Open Rec.
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NAHUACALLI NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION (2094)
Primary Contact: MS EVE REYES-AGUIRRE
Organization Goals: To serve as a community vehicle of empowerment for indigenous peoples in pursuit of self-determination on political , cultural and economic levels.
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NEIGHBORHOOD COALITION OF GREATER PHOENIX (0144)
Primary Contact: Mr. Neal Haddad
Organization Goals: Advocates for neighborhoods re: Zoning, planning, state legislation and City Council.
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NEIGHBORHOOD LEADERS (2325)
Primary Contact: Mr. Robert E l l i s o n
Organization Goals: To support good leadership.
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NEW PATHWAYS FOR YOUTH (0077)
Primary Contact: Ms. Linda Lyman
Organization Goals: Committed to making an impact on juvenile delinquency. Intervention program to turn kids around and create ongoing community response
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NORTHWEST BLOCK WATCH COALITION, INC (2728)
Primary Contact: Anthony Piraino
Organization Goals: Working to make our community a cleaner and safer place by expunging city-wide and promoting the Phoenix Graffiti Hotline Program.
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ORGANIZACION MAYA CHAPIN DE GUATEMALA EN ARIZONA (2349)
Primary Contact: Mr. Antonio Velazquez
Organization Goals: To advocate for the welfare and provide civil education to Guatemalan - Americans.
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PHOENIX BLOCK WATCH ADVISORY BOARD (1028)
Primary Contact: Ms. Sylvia Iodice
Organization Goals: To create a safe and positive environment for all neighborhoods in the City of Phoenix and to assist in crime prevention by partnering with the Phoenix Police Department.
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PHOENIX NEIGHBORHOOD PATROL (1895)
Primary Contact: BRIAN KORNEGAY
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PNP LATINO (2748)
Primary Contact: Ms. Rosa Pastrana
Organization Goals: To strengthen and increase Latino participation in PNP Latino and Citywide Block Watch programs.
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PUERTO RICANS ACTS OF KINDNESS TEEN CLUB (1701)
Primary Contact: Ms. Mary I. Velez
Organization Goals: To promote acts of kindness and compassion to our local communities, to inspire people from different cultures and walks of life and to practice random acts of kindness.
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SAVE PHOENIX VIEWS (2541)
Primary Contact: Mr. Jim Mapstead
Organization Goals: Save Phoenix Views opposes the spread of traditional and digital LED Bill Boards along arterial streets, near neighborhoods and on the valley freeways.
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THE ROCK AT 32ND STREET (2740)
Primary Contact: Mr. Pat Stark
Organization Goals: The mission of the Rock at 32nd Street is to provide a multi-use facility which is both accessible and convenient to the community while providing quality educational, social and relational programs for the surrounding neighborhoods and the greater Phoenix metropolitan area.
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WAKE UP! CEASE VIOLENCE (2369)
Primary Contact: Officer Robin Ontiveroz
Organization Goals: To reduce youth violence through educational programs.
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ZZJUN (2253)
Primary Contact: Ms. Mary Anne June
Organization Goals:  
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