HSC Seeks Your Input
Human Services Campus (HSC) has engaged the services of Big Duck, a company that works with nonprofits to develop their brands, campaigns, and communications teams. Big Duck is collaborating with us on some brand strategy work that will lay the foundation for our future communications, including a new name for the campus.

As part of our research, we're reaching out to members of our community to hear more about your perceptions and ideas about HSC's communications. This survey will take 15-20 minutes to complete depending on the depth of your responses, and the information we gather will be invaluable as we move forward with brand strategy work. We are very grateful for your time and insights. The survey closes at end of business on Monday, January 24, 2022.
Birdies for Charity Helps End Homelessness
Want to have some fun AND help our clients experiencing homelessness? Simply make a pledge for every birdie made during the competitive rounds of the WM Phoenix Open (Feb 10th-13th). All of the proceeds will go directly to the HSC. Plus, Thunderbirds Charities will add a 10% bonus for all of your combined pledges to the HSC! Click Here to Learn More.
APS Donates KN95 Masks for Clients and Staff
"COVID mode” is our normal operating procedure, which means continued face covering/ mask wearing for employees and clients in all indoor spaces. That means we go through A LOT of masks.

We send much gratitude to Arizona Public Service (APS) for their recent donation of 5,000 KN95 face masks. We appreciate your kindness and support for creating a healthy and safe environment.

Episode 25 of
The McQuaid Mission
on the
This TV series was created to continue Mike McQuaid’s mission to end homelessness here in the Valley. Mike McQuaid believed the problem could be solved, but he also knew it would take a community working together to achieve this goal. STN, in collaboration with the Human Services Campus and ASU’s Action Nexus, is working to shine a light on the challenges and, more importantly, the solutions.

In this episode, we discuss parents and little ones experiencing homelessness. UMOM is on the frontlines as the Coordinated Entry point for families needing help. Jackson Fonder, CEO of UMOM, joins us live in studio to talk about the challenges and actions underway to assist families in need.  

Carla Vargas Jasa, President and CEO from Valley Of The Sun United Way, also joins us on the main stage for a discussion on their new push to create ‘mighty change’ in our community.

Episode 26 will air on Monday, January 31st! Click Here to View All Episodes.
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