The residents of Marley Park show generosity in several ways, but one of the most important ways is by giving back through various charities. Marley Park has more than 10 charitable partners that they work with to help the community and residents give back.
Homeward Bound is one of the largest transitional homes for homeless families in Arizona. Not only do families in need have a safe place to stay where they can begin to rebuild their lives, but Homeward Bound also offers various services including financial training, medical assistance, employment services, on-site childcare and program services to help develop basic life skills.
Marley Park also volunteers their services to StreetlightUSA, a non-profit organization with the mission to stop child rape. What began as a group of individuals who were eager to stop the growing pandemic of child sex trafficking, StreetlightUSA now offers direct care for girls between 11 and 17 years of age who have been victims of child sex trafficking and/or sexual exploitation. StreetlightUSA promotes prevention methods to save girls who are at risk through various methods including state legislation, and public awareness.
Marley Park also works with the Society of St. Vincent de Paul in various ways to help those in need. St. Vincent de Paul offers several services to various people including homeless and working poor. Programs include medical and dental care, charity dining rooms, thrift stores, transitional housing shelter and general assistance to those individuals that need it.
HandsOn Greater Phoenix is also a non-profit organization to promote creative positive changes in their communities. It offers a calendar if more than 60 community service projects each month. Residents volunteer through the various community service opportunities.
To learn more about the charity partners at Marley Park or to learn how to get involved, visit http://www.marleypark.net/Community_Partners/Charitable.htm.