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Like most nonprofits, we're constantly fundraising to do this work. But we don't do it in a vaccum, In our community there are so many incredible organizations doing necessary work who deserve support! Here's some of our favorites - the ones we partner with, the ones we volunteer for, or donate to ourselves,
“ We are reshaping the relationship between youth and adults with a dedication to ending Adultism, the systematic mistreatment and disrespect of young people. We are a youth arts and liberation center in South Phoenix using the arts to reframe spaces and conversations that invisibilize youth from participating in policy and programming creation that directly affects their lives. We are a collaborative home to Phoenix youth and their adult accomplices to holistically serve young people through arts & culture, the humanities, civic leadership, health & wellness, and enterprise.”
"Indiginous led programming. Inclusive Innovation. Exclusive Marketplaces. Equitable Environments. Exploratory Practices. Respectful skill sharing. Holistic systems. Co-design approach. Rapid Prototyping. Interculturally Intelligent. Results-Focused. Eco-Driven. Autonomous Collaboration. A Safe Cultural Space Meeting People Where They are At."
"We create and elevate unapologetically truthful and fearless Latinx artistry that reflects the complex portrait of our community. We provide brave, equitable, inclusive and accessible storytelling experiences that create brave spaces for artistic discovery and expression.”
Living Collective is a decolonial coalition rooted in care, symbiosis, and visions of liberation as habit, not destination. We nourish ourselves through art-making, sharing ancestral healing practices, raising our collective political consciousness, and cooking, eating, & laughing - together.
“Nourish is a network of community members that aims to foster a culture of service, support, and solidarity within the Phoenix LGBTQIA+ community by ensuring all members have sustainable access to free, healthy food. We do this by way of mutual aid— not charity, but solidarity.”
“Safos Dance Theatre is a dance company committed to creating contemporary artistic forms that reflect the common experiences of our diverse community. Focusing predominantly on Latina/os, we are committed to: providing a safe space for artists, encouraging innovative movements, and using non-traditional forms and body types to represent the cultural diversity of the U.S.-Mexico borderlands.”