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Business - Church - Non-Profit - Government

CityServe AZ fosters transformative relationships of care across business, faith, government and nonprofit sectors to solve pressing human need in our communities by promoting loving service, connecting those who share common interests, and through collaborative partnerships.

About CityServe AZ
Click below to learn more about the ways we help the community serve together:

City transformation

CityServe Arizona is at the forefront of a movement to unite and mobilize business, church, nonprofit and government leaders to love and serve their community. Justice, mercy and hope prevail through the collective impact of these relationships of care, bringing stability to the economic, social, physical and spiritual wellbeing of neighborhoods and communities.

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Endorsements

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  • Billy Thrall Director of Faith and Community Initiatives, Governor’s Office "

    HopeFest Phx was about the community coming together and serving. And it worked. At the end of the day, we wanted people to be inspired to take action... People walked away changed... HopeFest Phoenix ended up being above and beyond our wildest dreams.

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  • Clarence Carter Former Director of the Arizona Department of Economic Security "

    HopeFest is an amazing convening of caring, Phoenix style. No one agency or program or organization could have the same effect that pooling all of those resources around a common objective of care, service and hope.

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  • Dr. Alan Schalscha Medical Director of NOAH Community Health - Scottsdale Healthcare "HopeFest Phoenix was the ultimate in regard to healthcare outreach, It was a day filled with smiles where both the guests who attended and those who volunteered were better off at the end of the day than they were at the beginning."
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  • Kimberly Hall Director of Career Services, Goodwill Industries Central Arizona "Participating in HopeFest Phoenix is a way for individuals and organizations to make a profound and lasting impact on their community. HopeFest Phoenix gives us all an opportunity to come together to provide critical services and support to Arizonans in need."
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  • Teri Pipe, PhD, RN Dean & Professor ASU College of Nursing & Health Innovation "

    HopeFest PHX is an amazing experience that engages the community in reaching toward the exciting goals of health and hope- together.  The spectacular aspect is the collective impact of all the participants coming together in a way that celebrates human dignity and the quest for making our world better, while laughing, having fun and putting joy into the talents that are given and received by all involved. 

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  • Steve Fedeyski Chief Operating Officer at Pure Flix Entertainment "

    Through the servant leadership CityServe AZ, cities have been given a platform to solve problems, build relational bridges, and unite in a purposeful and meaningful way that will catalyze the transformation of our communities. I encourage anyone that cares about our community and the people in it, actively engage and invest in CityServeAZ.

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  • Susan J. Cook, ED.D. Superintendent, Washington Elementary School District "

    The Washing Elementary School District celebrates CityServe AZ’s HopeFest Phoenix.  This annual event serves many thousands of people and is a wonderful opportunity for our students and families to serve and also to receive much needed care and resources.  Our district supports this initiative and is proud of the relationship that have been built by the people involved in these efforts.

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