Community Involvement

Provident Law is committed giving back to the community we serve. Whether it’s promoting integrity in the legal profession, mentoring children, assisting with pet adoptions, or serving the poor and forgotten, Provident Law believes in good corporate citizenship. We partner with different non-profit organizations to help deserving individuals and communities in Arizona. Our attorneys and staff close the office twice a year to provide hands-on service to non-profit groups that work to improve the lives of the less fortunate.


Boys and Girls Clubs of America

To enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.

Provide a world-class Club Experience that assures success is within reach of every young person who enters our doors, with all members on track to graduate from high school with a plan for the future, demonstrating good character and citizenship, and living a healthy lifestyle.

Boys & Girls Clubs of America had its beginnings in 1860 with three women in Hartford, Connecticut – Mary Goodwin, Alice Goodwin and Elizabeth Hammersley. Believing that boys who roamed the streets should have a positive alternative, they organized the first Club. With character development as the cornerstone of the experience, the Club focused on capturing boys interests, improving their behavior and increasing their personal expectations and goals. A cause was born.


Christian Legal Society is dedicated to serving Jesus Christ through the practice and study of law, the defense of religious freedom and life, and the provision of legal aid to the needy.


Founded in 1987, Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) is a Christian non-profit that provides nutritionally complete meals specifically formulated for malnourished children.

Our process is simple. Donations given by people just like you fund the meal ingredients. Volunteers hand-pack the meals. Meals are donated to FMSC food partners around the world, where kids are fed and lives are saved!


The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.


Tyndale House is a study centre focusing on advancing understanding of the Bible. Between forty and fifty scholars study here on a daily basis. Many PhD students from Cambridge University as well as other universities base themselves at Tyndale House during their studies and leading biblical scholars in all parts of the world have been formed at Tyndale House.


Family Matters is a non-profit ministry whose goal is to see families transformed by God’s grace into instruments of restoration and reformation by equipping families for every age and stage of life. We view families as the foundation of a successful society. Today, perhaps more than ever before, the family is being fragmented and undermined by many counter-forces such as busyness, relentless change, a lack of clear moral values, an attitude of indifference, and children being forced to grow up too fast. When families are unhealthy, our communities suffer many of the consequences in areas relating to economic productivity, education, law enforcement, health care needs, abuse, and violence.


Flashes of Hope raises funds to accelerate a cure for children’s cancer while honoring the unique life and memories of every child fighting cancer.


ALI  |  Photographed by Forrest MacCormack

Founded in 2001 by the parents of a child with cancer, we are a volunteer driven organization solely focused on children’s cancer. With chapters in 55 cities, we photograph more than 50% of the children annually diagnosed in the United States.

Since its founding in 2001, we have photographed 65,755 children at hospitals and camps across the United States.

For too many families, the portrait is the last one they have of their child. Thousands of children are waiting for a cure while doctors are forced to use outdated and toxic treatments. Cancer is the leading disease killer of children yet childhood cancer receives only 4% of federal funding for research.

In 2009, we began funding research and have already raised millions of dollars through our Kick-program and other initiatives.


The Mission of St. Vincent de Paul

St. Vincent de Paul

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul is dedicated to feeding, clothing, housing and healing individuals and families in our community who have no where else to turn for help. As important, SVdP provides meaningful opportunities for volunteers to serve their neighbors in need with love and compassion.

SVdP has been serving our community throughout central and northern Arizona since 1946.

Programs include:

  • • Services for the homeless.
  • • Medical and dental care for the working poor.
  • • Charity dining rooms that serve thousands each day.
  • • Food boxes for hungry families.
  • • Thrift stores throughout the region.
  • • A bridge housing shelter.
  • • General assistance for individuals in need.

We provide help for people’s physical, mental, and spiritual needs. By doing this with care and respect, we show them that they matter and they are children of God.


Saving Pets, Helping People Since 2008

Founded as a no-kill shelter in 2008, Lost Our Home rescues abandoned pets and is committed to ensuring they get the care they need and the new loving homes they deserve. In addition to our rescue efforts, we are dedicated to serving our community and providing support for families that are experiencing crisis. We give comfort to pet parents who must surrender their pets because they are no longer able to care for them. Through our Temporary Care Program, Lost Our Home demonstrates its devotion to pets and pet parents with temporary housing until pets can be reunited with their families.  We are a versatile organization that understands that crises don’t only affect people, but greatly impacts their pets too—and we’ve tailored our lifesaving mission to encompass both people and pets.


Established in 2005, Healing Hearts is dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of abused, neglected and abandoned animals. We provide them with the care and compassion that is necessary for their recovery.

Healing Hearts Animal Refuge is our animal ranch facility which houses rescued abused, abandoned and neglected animals. We take on some of the most severe abuse cases, often working with the Sheriff\’s Department, Arizona Department of Agriculture, and other local law enforcement agencies.  Our organization also works with horse & livestock owners who can no longer properly care for their animals.  The goal of Healing Hearts is to provide effective means for the prevention of cruelty to animals throughout the State of Arizona and to serve those animals who are the victims of abuse.

Although Healing Hearts is a refuge where animals may live out their natural lives, they also have a chance to be adopted into new, loving homes. This allows Healing Hearts to serve a greater number as space becomes available at the ranch for other animals in need of our help.


St. Mary’s Food Bank serves to alleviate hunger through the gathering and distribution of food while encouraging self-sufficiency, collaboration, advocacy and education.

St. Mary’s Food Bank is truly a community-based organization. Individual donors, corporate donors, and private grants help feed hungry individuals and families in our area. Serving two-thirds of Arizona’s 15 counties, we are committed to volunteerism, building community relationships and improving the quality of life for Arizonans in need.


About HALO Rescue

What Does HALO Stand for?

HALO is an acronym that stands for Helping Animals Live On. It is a succinct, four-word definition of what we are here for.  It is the reason each and every employee and volunteer puts two feet on the ground.  It is a passion that goes beyond just loving dogs and cats.  It is a driving force in our lives; to make this community, this world, a safe place for homeless pets.

HALO Animal Rescue

Located in sunny Phoenix, Arizona, HALO Animal Rescue is a safety net for thousands of homeless dogs and cats each year.  We are a no-kill facility, which means we never euthanize an animal because we have run out of room, but it also means we are limited in the animals we can take in at any given time.    These animals are lovingly cared for while they are prepared for adoption, and then they are adopted into loving homes.

Animal Advocates

Our commitment goes beyond just caring for the animals within our shelter, we are working to create a better welfare system for all the animals in this community and beyond.  We feel it is critical to continue to nurture relationships with other welfare agencies to create life-saving strategies so we can all fully utilize our available resources to save as many lives as possible.

We are committed to seeing an end to the killing of savable pets.  In order to reach this goal, we must all work together, building from our strengths to provide the care you as the public want and expect us to give. In return, we ask for your support by providing a helping hand, temporary shelter or the financial means to provide the care they need.  Their lives are dependent upon every person taking part and joining the fight to save them.


Saving the lives of homeless pets

PetSmart Charities funds successful programsWe envision a world in which every pet has a lifelong, loving home.

PetSmart Charities® and PetSmart Charities® of Canada are nonprofit animal welfare organizations that save the lives of homeless pets. More than 500,000 dogs and cats find homes each year through our adoption programs in all PetSmart® stores and our sponsored adoption events.

PetSmart Charities grants more money to directly help pets in need than any other animal welfare group in North America, with a focus on funding spay/neuter servicesthat help communities solve the problem of pet overpopulation.

PetSmart Charities is a 501(c)(3) organization and PetSmart Charities of Canada is a registered charity, separate from PetSmart, Inc.


American Friends of Tyndale House was formed in 2001 as 501(c)(3) organization supporting the work of Tyndale House. We give Americans the opportunity to be involved in a strategic partnership with significant benefits to the life of the church in America and worldwide. All donations are tax-deductible. Learn more about Tyndale House projects.


A Basis in Truth

Our global society is increasingly being defined as rudderless when it comes to truth. Indeed there has never been a more crucial time for biblical clarity, accuracy and direction for emerging leaders. The scriptures remind us “…not to be children in our thinking.”

Phoenix Seminary shapes men and women for ministry with the needed foundational tools so that, as pastors, missionaries or counselors, they can carry out their biblical calling and significantly impact the world through the Church on its mission.

The Skills to Learn and Lead

Phoenix Seminary will guide you to wisely navigate any area of calling or interest. We do not set out to answer every question, but our faculty, staff, and curriculum will equip emerging Christian leaders with the language skills, interpretational methods, theological scaffolding, and chronicled historical background necessary for solving these questions on their own.

We believe theological education integrates biblical scholarship, practical ministry experience through local churches, and one-to-one character mentorship. We have recognized the importance of retaining professors and instructors who are well-published scholars, and yet are also ministry practitioners that give our students a rigorous, effective, holistic education. We augment this teaching by partnering with local churches to provide the hands-on skill development that simply cannot come via the classroom. As a result, our graduates are prepared to lead in the midst of challenging new cultural and ministry settings with a solid foundation of biblical understanding and ministry skill sets.


Our heart is to create an Arizona where:

  • The sanctity of human life is protected from its very beginning to its natural end.
  • Marriages and families are strengthened and supported by public policy, not attacked or weakened.
  • Religious freedom is affirmed and protected, free from government interference.

Want to be a part of this statewide movement? Click here to join the CAP Network and find ways to stand with us today.


Founded in 1982, Christian Family Care Agency is a private nonprofit, 501(c)(3) social services agency that provides

  • Adoption
  • Foster Care
  • Pregnancy Counseling
  • Child & Family Counseling programs focused on meeting the needs of children and families in Arizona.

CFC’s fundamental belief is that a nurturing family is vital to every child’s success. Hundreds of children that have come to CFC in crisis situations are now part of loving and caring families.

About Christian Family Care

Christian Family Care is licensed by the State of Arizona and accredited by the Council on Accreditation (COA) since 2002.


Its offices in Phoenix, Tucson, and Northern Arizona stand ready to serve you. For more information or to contact them click on the contact link above.


We envision a future in which every child is loved and nurtured in a Christ-centered family.


Strengthening families and serving at-risk children in the name of Jesus Christ.


The Phoenix Rescue Mission is a place of hope, healing, and new beginnings for men, women, and children in our community struggling with homelessness, addiction, and trauma.


Providing Christ-centered, life-transforming solutions to persons facing hunger and homelessness.


A community mobilized to transform lives and end hunger and homelessness.


The Phoenix Rescue Mission had very humble beginnings. In 1952, LeRoy Davidson, a 28-year-old Phoenix house painter, attended a service where he talked with Jimmy Carr from California about the need for a Christian mission in Phoenix. Jimmy, LeRoy, and LeRoy’s wife, Grace, felt that the Lord had laid it on their hearts to save the souls of the men struggling on the streets of Phoenix.

The first evening of operation, a simple meal was prepared to be served after the gospel was shared. The Davidsons’ eight-year-old son, Stanley, helped his mother make plain sandwiches of bread and bologna to be served with Kool-Aid. About 15 migrant workers and vagrants attended, sitting on wooden planks supported by paint cans. Grace named their new venture the Phoenix Gospel Mission.

The Mission grew so quickly that it had to move twice within two years. In 1954, six local businessmen incorporated the Phoenix Gospel Mission  at a location on South 3rd Street, on the current location of Chase Field.


Hunger is a growing crisis for 17 million children in the United States! 1 in 4 American children struggling with food insecurity resulting in academic developmental issues that present both immediate and long-term challenges. Children that suffer from food insecurity are more likely to struggle with obesity later in life. Malnourished children often experience limited development such as stunted growth, are underweight and have weakened immune systems. These issues not only affect the child experiencing food insecurity, but the entire community.

Kitchen on the Street is a faith based community partner purposing to eliminate local hunger by offering food assistance programs in Phoenix Arizona and San Antonio Texas.

We invite you to come alongside Kitchen on the Street as we serve the hungry and hurting of the community. Many hungry kids report feeling “unwanted” and “unloved” as a result of hunger… the act of giving food transcends the physical and reaches into a child’s soul; it has lasting implications on who that child will grow up to be and how they will show love.

(Click HERE to find volunteer opportunities)


We believe that every student should have the opportunity to receive a Christian Education.

ACSTO exists to give students the opportunity to attend a private Christian school. We have the privilege of being able to do this by transforming tax credit donations into valuable tuition scholarships—helping families afford a private Christian Education for their children.

We see a future where no Arizona family can say, “We wish we could put our children in a Christian School, but we just can’t afford it.”

Everything we do is geared towards making Christian Education affordable for families. We are committed to going above and beyond to make that happen.

We strive to make the process as easy as possible for you by partnering with you—whether you’re a donor, family, or a school. That’s why one of our pillars is to always be available. Tax Credits can be confusing, that is why we are here to serve you—call us, email us, or ask a coordinator.

It’s not enough for us to just award scholarships—we want to equip parents with what they need to fully take advantage of the tax credit program. We’re constantly developing new resources for you to utilize. Our Marketing team is available to provide Parent Workshops, attend school events to answer questions, as well as brainstorm new ways in which we can better serve all our partners.

Above all, we’re committed to being a good steward of our resources. Arizona law requires that 90% of all donations be awarded in scholarships. To better serve our families, we award 92% of all donations as scholarships, utilizing the 8% for our operating expenses and reinvesting into generating even more donations for our schools through education and resources.


Compassion International’s mission is to release children from poverty in Jesus’ name.

Compassion International

It’s a mission about love. We love God, and we demonstrate our love and live out our faith by extending care to others.

We offer our programs to the poorest of the poor, to the children in greatest need, without ulterior motive. We devote ourselves to helping children of all faiths, cultures, backgrounds and race — without imposing any religious obligation or conversion requirement upon them.

We simply aspire to be like our Savior, Jesus Christ, in who we are and what we do.


Thunderbirds Charities is a non-profit organization formed in 1986 to distribute monies raised through the Waste Management Phoenix Open golf tournament. The Thunderbirds Charities Board consists of 15 board members from varying professional backgrounds. The mission of Thunderbirds Charities is to assist children and families, help people in need and improve the quality of life in our communities. The organization’s giving is directed toward organizations based or with a significant presence in Arizona. The Thunderbirds have raised more than $100 million for Arizona charities.


Non-denominational Christian church located in Scottsdale Arizona.


Mission: Since 2011, the Harvest Compassion Center Phoenix/Maryvale has been serving guests throughout the Valley. The HCC strives to be more than just a local food bank, it’s your one-stop shop! It is set up like a mini-mart and clothing boutique, where guests are welcomed to shop and choose their desired food items, hygiene products, baby items, various home products and clothing FREE of charge. We are open to the general public and provide service to anyone living in Arizona, as there are no pre-qualifications or appointments ever needed. Our desire is to welcome and love every guest who walks through our doors offering a first class service experience!

How To Help: Currently we are collecting brand new Christmas toys for our December give away. The collection box is in our Reception area today and we are encouraging both employees and clients to donate with us! Here is a list of items needed, but anyone can bring in other items if you choose:

– Shampoo/Conditioner
– Bar Soap
– Dish Soap
– Deodorant
– Toothbrushes
– Toothpaste
– Razors
– Shaving Cream
– Feminine Hygiene
– Toilet Paper

Our office, and collection box is located at:
14646 N Kierland Blvd
Suite 230
Scottsdale, Arizona 85254


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