Weekly e-Newsletter | May 17th, 2023

Fairmont Scottsdale Princess Donates Towels for HSC Shower Program and Heat Relief

A big shout out to Fairmont Scottsdale Princess for donating nearly 400 towels to benefit HSC's Shower Program.


There are consistently 700-800 people living in the neighborhood surrounding the HSC each night. When someone is without shelter, they are also without a shower, which compounds the effects of homelessness. Last year, 2,053 unduplicated individuals were served by the Shower Program. Over 16,000 showers throughout the year helped to restore dignity, improve mental health, and fulfill a basic human need for hygiene. Paired with donated toiletries, sanitized spaces, fresh clothes and a friendly Supportive Services staff smile, a simple shower can translate to better outcomes in accessing services across Campus.


Thank you Fairmont Scottsdale Princess!

Project Connect Volunteers Needed May 25th

The Next ThirstAid Water Donation

Drop-off is Saturday, June 3rd

HSC and Campus partners will distribute at least 100,000 bottles of water per month from May through September to help clients stay hydrated and healthy.

The next bottled water donation drop-off of the season is Saturday, June 3rd from 9 am to noon. We make it easy: You pull up at 15th Avenue & Harrison Street, and our staff will remove the donations from your vehicle. We also welcome travel-sized toiletries, summer clothing, shoes, new men's/women's underwear, hats, sunglasses, sunscreen and lip balm. For more information or to schedule a drop-off on a different day, please email [email protected] or call us at 602-282-0849. 

And we are grateful for Campus partner St. Joseph the Worker, the originator of ThirstAid, who co-hosted the May Drop-off event with HSC. Collaboration in action!

New Episode of

The McQuaid Mission

on the


Season 2, Episode 8 of "It Happens at STN"

For the May installment of the McQuaid Mission, CEOs Amy Schwabenlender from the Human Services Campus and Jackson Fonder from UMOM were joined on stage by UMOM Chief Strategy Officer Monique Lopez and UMOM Homegrown Training Coordinator Chef Steven Wimbley. The group talked about the impact sustained streams of revenue can have on outreach programs and ways leaders can search for funding that they may not have considered. Watch it here.

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