Bank of America Awards Grants to Campus Partners
$185,000 in Grants Helps Collaborative Efforts to End Homelessness
Bank of America has awarded a combined total of $185,000 in grants to five Campus partners, inclufing a $40,000 grant to HSC, Inc. to support outreach efforts to unsheltered individuals who are living on the streets outside the Campus. Other organizations receiving awards include Central Arizona Shelter Services (CASS), Circle the City, Homeless I.D. Project and St. Joseph the Worker.

The HSC Street Outreach Team locates unsheltered individuals to engage, assess and triage people to temporary locations for care that includes, but is not limited to, recovery programs, medical respite beds, bridge beds, emergency shelter and urgent psychiatric counseling.

As of this week, 805 people are living on the streets surrounding the Campus. Since the launch of the Street Outreach program in August 2021, over 100 individuals have been provided move-in assistance and housing. “As the number of unsheltered individuals living outside the Campus continues to grow, so too do our efforts to assist as many individuals as possible access services to move them from street to home while at the same time serving the more than 800 individuals living on the Campus,” said HSC Executive Director Amy Schwabenlender. “This incredibly generous grant from Bank of America will enable us to expand our outreach efforts and reach more individuals experiencing homelessness who are looking for assistance.”

On behalf of our clients, staff and Board of Directors, thank you Bank of America for your continued support of the collaborative efforts to end homelessness every day at the Human Services Campus!
Left to right: Trisha Constas, Bank of America; Jim Gouveia, Circle the CIty; Dean Scheinert, St Joseph the Worker; Kim Despres, Circle the City; Lisa Glow, CASS; Steve Davis, HSC; Maria Echeveste, Bank of America; Rick Mitchell, Homeless ID Project.
HSC Grateful for Volunteers
Saturday events provided for basic client needs
Vituity and ClipDart
Vituity and ClipDart brought some care & compassion to our clients on the Campus on Saturday in a big way!
Vituity provided snacks, electrolyte packs, and health screenings in partnership with Circle the City. ClipDart gave our clients haircuts! It's so healing and inspiring when volunteer groups visit the Campus. We thank you with all of our hearts!
ASU Project Humanities
ASU Project Humanities brought three sororities and fraternities to the Campus on Saturday for their regular "Service Saturdays" visit!
  • Omega psi phi xinunu
  • Omega psi phi phi iota
  • Sigma gamma rho

The sororities/fraternities also brought water to donate, which was distributed around the Campus.

We are so grateful for Project Humanities and their continued support. Thank you!
To get involved with Project Humanities "Service Saturdays," click here:
Save the Date!
The Next ThirstAID Donation Drop-off is
Saturday, July 9th, 9 am to Noon
Due to the 4th of July holiday, our next ThirstAid Donation Drop-off has been moved to Saturday, July 9th 9am to Noon. Please mark your calendars!

In collaboration with 15 Campus partners, we need at least 100,000 bottles of water per month during the summer heat to help clients stay hydrated and healthy.

For more information or to schedule a drop-off on a different day, please email [email protected] or call us at 602-282-0849. 
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