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Arizona Caregiver Coalition (AZCaregiver.org)

P.O. Box 21623
Phoenix, Arizona 85036
USA
1-888-737-7494

http://www.AZCaregiver.org

In a trail-blazing initiative, the Arizona Caregiver Coalition (ACC) help people accross Arizona either on the phone, compute and in person. Our trained caring volunteers connect people to community resources to help family caregivers and their loved ones navigate the complex system of caregiving, and peer support by trained volunteers who volunteer their value time and service at the ACC.

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AZ Humane Society

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Celebrate Volunteers

P.O. Box 39096
Phoenix, Arizona 85069
USA
(623) 326-0550

http://www.celebratevolunteers.com

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Children's Museum of Phoenix

215 N. 7th Street
Phoenix, Arizona 85034
USA
(602) 253-0501

http://www.ChildrensMuseumofPhoenix.org

Celebrate Volunteers is very excited to honor Children’s Museum of Phoenix. 

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Childsplay

900 S Mitchell Dr
Tempe, Arizona 85281
USA
(480) 921-5761

http://childsplayaz.org

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City of Goodyear, AZ

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Crisis Intervention

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Daring Adventures

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Dignity Health Mercy Gilbert

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Duet; Partners in Health and Aging

555 West Glendale Avenue
Phoenix, Arizona 85021
USA
(602) 274-5022

http://www.duetaz.org

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FRANCISCAN RENEWAL CENTER

5802 East Lincoln Drive
Scottsdale, Arizona 85253-4124
USA
480-948-7460

https://thecasa.org

All are Welcome

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Friends of the Phoenix Public Library

1221 N. Central Avenue
Phoenix, Arizona 85004
USA
(602) 534-0623

http://www.plfriends.org

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Gompers

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HonorHealth

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Local First

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Park County Animal Shelter

PO Box 203
5537 Greybull Hwy
Cody, Wyoming 82414
USA
3075875110

www.parkcountyanimalshelter.org

Park County Animal Shelter (PCAS) has been a registered Wyoming nonprofit corporation since August 1990, sanctioned by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501 (c) (3), with animal sheltering services located at 5537 Greybull Highway, Cody, Wyoming. Formerly known as Humane Society of Park County, PCAS changed its name in 2012 to reflect its community support. PCAS has operated a not-for-profit, no-kill safe shelter for abandoned, stray, abused, neglected, and relinquished animals in the City of Cody and Park County since 1996.

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Phoenix Community Toolbank

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Sojourner Center

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Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS

1101 N Central Avenue
Suite #200
Phoenix, Arizona 85004
USA
(602) 595-8154

http://swhiv.org/

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Special Olympics of Arizona

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Town of Gilbert, AZ Fire Department

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Town of Gilbert, AZ Parks and Recreation

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Town of Gilbert, AZ Police Department

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Trellis

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