On Friday morning, December 13th, over 700 guests heard success stories from individuals who made their unique journeys home; they each shared their gratitude for all of the staff and services on the Human Services Campus. Executive Director Amy Schwabenlender updated everyone on the State of the Campus and provided a glimpse of the “HSC 2.0” vision, including a strengthened partnership with the ASU Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions. Amy also recognized our clients, staff, partners and volunteers for all they do in ending homelessness. Andre House received the Mike McQuaid Collaboration Award. Mike McQuaid, past HSC Board President and current Board member, thanked the Garcia Family Foundation for their very generous multi-year pledge to the HSC, as well as Avondale Toyota, Thunderbirds Charities and many others who have been long-term supporters of the HSC and our partners. Mike also introduced new HSC Board President Jonathan Koppell. Jonathan provided a passionate explanation of the need for more shelters beds on the Campus and urged everyone to come together and help with the respective zoning permit change, anticipated to be voted on this spring. We are so grateful for all who make this event and all of these successes possible!