Water and Heat-Relief Resource Drive
Join Sundt and the Arizona Construction Trade Contractors in “Hydrating the Homeless”
May 2020 – September 2020
Benefiting St. Joseph the Worker and The Human Services Campus
Thirst Aid is a valley-wide water and heat-relief resource drive to benefit individuals experiencing homelessness and crisis on the Human Services Campus (HSC) in downtown Phoenix.
These individuals are extremely vulnerable to the sweltering heat of the summer, many of whom have no daytime shelter in which to seek refuge. Water and other heat-relief resources are absolutely crucial to preventing heat-related illnesses or even death.
St. Joseph the Worker (SJW) is collecting monetary donations through the end of September to purchase water and heat-relief resources including:
St. Joseph the Worker’s mission is to remove barriers to employment and help individuals re-enter the workforce. When a job-seeker lacks these basic essentials, they are not employable. We need support from the community in order to provide these items to our clients so that they’re able to stay healthy, get a job, and regain self-sufficiency.
Brittany Bell is more than happy to answer any questions you have.
SJW is accepting donations online and via check.
Please make checks payable to St. Joseph the Worker and mail to:
St. Joseph the Worker
PO Box 13503
Phoenix, AZ 85002