Human Services Campus is changing our name to Keys to Change. Learn more...

Love to Volunteer?

Keys to Change currently has several opportunities to give back: Whether you are looking to volunteer as an individual, or with a group, we have matches for you!

Key Campus Post Office

Volunteers are a vital resource to the Key Campus Post Office Program. It’s a busy program - staff and volunteers handed out 83,952 pieces of mail to 6,221 clients in FY23. 


You will ensure clients receive vital mail, such as letters from family, ID’s, Social Security Checks, medical devices, job offers, and more. There are opportunities Monday through Saturday.

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Project Connect

Project Connect is a one-day event offering wrap-around services to people at risk of or experiencing homelessness. Project Connect meets people where they are with essential services provided by more than 20 state, federal, and non-profit organizations. 

The next event is located in Surprise on February 22nd. This is an episodic opportunity across the Valley.

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Veteran's StandDown

Keys to Change is proud to partner with Arizona Housing Coalition to aid with volunteer recruitment for this year’s Veterans StandDown.

This two-day event in March allows veterans and their families who are experiencing housing instability and homelessness to get and stay connected to housing and supportive services.

March 21 and 22, 2024.

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Take a Tour of the Campus

March 7 is the next monthly tour of Key Campus. We will gather at 9 am and spend an hour visiting the 13 acres and eight buildings, learning about the 15 partner organizations working collaboratively to serve people experiencing homelessness.


If you have already visited, we need your help to expand our reach. please share this invite with a co-worker, friend or family member.  


You may register online or call us (602) 282-0853. 

New Episode!

The McQuaid Mission

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In Episode 5 of Season 3, Amy Schwabenlender announced the new names of the organization and campus during the McQuaid Mission. Schwabenlender mentioned that a significant part of the name change was driven by the belief that solutions are needed across the spectrum to reduce homelessness, and many of those ‘keys to change’ are held within the organization.

Watch Episode 5 HERE.

You can get caught up on all previous episodes HERE.

Mission:  Using the power of collaboration to create solutions to end homelessness
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