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.
Toy Drive: Arizona Cancer Foundation for Children
Monday, Nov. 11 to Friday, Dec. 13
The Homestead and Desert Camp
Arizona Cancer Foundation for Children assists children and families battling childhood cancer. This year, DC Ranch Gives has adopted families who otherwise could not afford gifts. Help brighten a child’s holiday season by selecting a gift from their wish list.
Stop by the Giving Tree at either of the DC Ranch community centers to pick up a wish tag. Please return the gifts, unwrapped and with the tag, to either community center by Friday, Dec. 13.
DC Ranch staff will deliver the gifts to Arizona Cancer Foundation for Children in time for their annual family holiday party.
Short on time? Click here to purchase needed items from the family’s wish lists. There is $25 minimum order (plus tax and shipping) and you can have the items sent directly to The Homestead for you!
Group Service Project: Harvest Compassion Center
Saturday, Nov. 30 | 7:30 a.m. to Noon
Meet at The Homestead Community Center
Harvest Compassion Center provides food and clothing in a hope-filled environment to the underserved in the greater Phoenix area. Volunteers will help guests shop for food and clothing as well as assist with clean up and reorganization of the shelves and clothing racks.
Participants must be at least five years old. Please wear comfortable clothes and closed-toe shoes. Meet at The Homestead Community Center by 7:30 a.m., bus will leave promptly at 7:45 a.m.
Transportation, water, and Gives volunteer shirt are provided. There is a $5 donation to secure your spot, all funds collected will be donated to Harvest Compassion Center. This opportunity is limited to 10 volunteers. If you have any questions, please contact Devin Haggerty at 480.538.3544.
Registration opens Oct. 21