News Highlights

  • Counting Those Experiencing Homelessness
    PHOENIX (January 16, 2019)—They will gather in the pre-dawn Tuesday at churches, businesses, and city buildings. Fortified with clipboards, water bottles, and a list of assigned grids, hundreds of volunteers throughout the Valley will search alleys, parks, riverbeds and other areas in an effort to get an accurate count of the number of people experiencing homelessness. The annual “Point in Time Homeless Street Count” will provide a one-night snapshot of the number of men, women and children living in unsheltered situations or on the streets.
  • “We Can’t Sit Idle” Transportation Summit Exposes Lack of Funding for Aging Infrastructure
    PHOENIX (December 14, 2018)—Nothing moves without transportation. Without it, we couldn’t buy gas or groceries. We couldn’t run a business. We couldn’t access medical or emergency services. We couldn’t get to work at the beginning of the day, or home to loved ones at the end of it. Transportation is key to economic development—and a good economy is key to the well-being of families and communities. So why do we let funding for our streets and highways decline every year?