DC Ranch Gives

The DC Ranch Gives program provides residents with meaningful opportunities to engage with each other and give back to the broader community. It provides one point of contact for residents, partners, stakeholders, and merchants seeking to assist those in need.

Look for more details about DC Ranch Gives on the calendar.

If you are interested in participating or have project ideas please contact Community Engagement Coordinator, Devin Haggerty or 480.538.3544.

Gives Group Service Project: Feed My Starving Children
Saturday, April 13 | 8 to 11:30 a.m.
Meet at Desert Camp Community Center

Feed My Starving Children provides nutritional meal packs to starving children all over the world. Volunteers help prepare Manna Packs, a tested nutritious meal that is essential for improved health of undernourished children.

There is a $5 fee to sign up for a spot; transportation, doughnuts, water, and a DC Ranch Gives shirt will be provided. All funds collected will be donated to Feed My Starving Children. Participants must be at least five years old. Please wear comfortable clothes and closed-toe shoes; leave all jewelry at home: no jewelry is allowed in the packing room. Meet at Desert Camp Community Center by 8 a.m., bus will leave promptly at 8:15 a.m. Limited spaces available. Sign up by Friday, April 12.

Gives Donation Drive: Fresh Start Toiletry Drive benefitting Fresh Start Women’s Foundation

Collecting donations at Desert Camp Community Center and The Homestead Community Center Monday, April 29 through Friday, May 31

Every woman deserves a bright, happy and safe future where she and her children can thrive. Fresh Start Women’s Foundation provides women with education, resources and support to positively transform their lives. It’s helping women to create stronger communities and families. Most needed items are: hair conditioner, hair shampoo hair styling products, skincare creams and moisturizers, toothpaste and toothbrushes, travel size detergent, deodorant, wet wipes, tissues, travel size hand sanitizer, feminine hygiene products, soap and body wash.

Our goal is to collect 500 items for women in need. Donations can be dropped off to Desert Camp Community Center and The Homestead Community Center during business hours. Monetary donations accepted; checks must be made out to Fresh Start Women’s Foundation. Tax receipts available.