Phoenix Children's Project is dedicated to improving the lives of children living in poverty in Phoenix, Arizona and surrounding areas. Our goal is to help these children become healthy, self-reliant adults. First we help feed them, then we teach them how break the chain and create better lives for themselves as adults.
Who We Help
We help children living below poverty level in the Metro Phoenix area. Most of these kids live in subsidized or Section 8 housing and come from single-parent households with a total annual income of less than $15,000.
We help children ages 0-16 years.
How We Help
We assist families with providing food, and basic necessities for poverty-stricken children. We also help provide everyday essentials and assist with unexpected needs such as hygiene products, school supplies, etc.
At our Community Center children ages 5-15 can come for a hot lunch, arts & crafts, activities and fun every Saturday - 12:00-3:00. Call or email for more information.
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Phoenix Children’s Project Community Center offers hope to children living in poverty by providing a safe environment in which to learn and play right in their own neighborhood. What was once an abandoned, crumbling duplex near downtown Phoenix has been transformed into an inviting community center for the children and their families.