Charitable Contributions

If you’re looking for a way to help others during the COVID-19 crisis, please consider a donation to one of the following Scottsdale and Valley of the Sun organizations whose efforts reach those in need within our community.

  • AZ Coronavirus Relief Fund: The relief fund provides financial support to organizations working to mitigate the impacts of COVID-19 in Arizona.
  • Boys & Girls Club: Boys & Girls Clubs of the Valley are offering programs during school hours to serve members of the greater community impacted by school closures.
  • Family Promise of Greater Phoenix: Family Promise rescues first-time homeless families from the streets and provides emergency shelter and basic needs. Additional agencies serving the Valley's homeless population can be found here.
  • Helping Hands: This free platform connects at-risk community members with local volunteers for support with critical errands like grocery shopping or pharmacy visits, enabling them to stay home, safe. Visit the website to sign-up as a volunteer or to request a delivery. 
  • Scottsdale Cares: Scottsdale Cares is the city's voluntary utility bill donation program that supports a variety of human service programs through nonprofit agencies.
  • Scottsdale Community Partners: The mission of Scottsdale Community Partners is to provide emergency assistance to Scottsdale youth, families, and seniors who find themselves in crisis situations.
  • Scottsdale Shares: Scottsdale Shares is the city's donation program that matches your donation to specific programs that help others.
  • St. Mary's Food Bank:  St. Mary's Food Bank alleviates hunger through the distribution of food to individuals and families in nine counties throughout Arizona.
  • Valley of the Sun United Way: United Way Community Response and Recovery Fund supports communities struggling in the wake of the COVID-19.
  • Vista del Camino Food Bank:  Vista del Camino Food Bank provides food boxes and homeless walking bags to Scottsdale residents and persons experiencing homelessness.