DINNER FOR DIGNITY 2019

Benefiting Central Arizona Shelter Services

— INDIVIDUAL HONOREE —

The  Honorable Terry Goddard

— INSTITUTIONAL HONOREE —

The  Lodestar Foundation

— FOUNDING HONOREES —

Jenny Norton •  Bob Ramsey

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Honoring

INDIVIDUAL HONOREE

THE HONORABLE TERRY GODDARD

Upon becoming Phoenix’s Mayor 1984, Terry Goddard was faced with a Newsweek story about homelessness entitled “Phoenix: The City Without A Heart”. Mayor Goddard recognized that homelessness was a regional problem that, if not addressed, would destroy the vibrant Downtown he championed. With the City of Phoenix’s might behind him, Mayor Goddard championed CASS and the array of services that are vital to solving homelessness. Mayor Goddard’s commitment to ending homelessness was further demonstrated when he personally developed one of downtown Phoenix’s first truly affordable housing projects in 1994. Mayor Goddard continues to actively work to end homelessness in Phoenix.

INSTITUTIONAL HONOREE

Lodestar Foundation Chairman, Jerry Hirsch, served a six-year term on the CASS board during its early years. After leaving the board, he organized a coalition of homeless-serving agencies, which included more than half of the then-existing homeless serving agencies. While the coalition was short lived, a number of the agencies continued talking and the seed was planted for the Human Services Campus. Starting in 2002 with a planning grant, Lodestar Foundation became the lead private-sector funder of the HSC and, as a result, the building in which multiple service providers help homeless clients bears the name: Lodestar Day Resource Center. Since its inception more than 20 years ago, Lodestar Foundation has been a stalwart supporter of CASS, the HSC, and other nonprofits serving individuals experiencing homelessness.

FOUNDING HONOREE

JENNY NORTON & BOB RAMSEY

Jenny and Bob have spent decades investing themselves in making the world a little kinder and more gentle for marginalized members of our community. As long time CASS supporters, they have been an integral part of creating and building the Dinner for Dignity.

DINNER for DIGNITY

35 YEARS OF CHANGING LIVES

Saturday, October 19, 2019
Arizona Biltmore

 

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On any given day, there are more than 5,500 individuals experiencing homelessness in the Greater Phoenix area. Losing a job, an accident, domestic violence, physical or mental illness— whatever the reason, without support, life events can quickly spiral into homelessness.

CASS is the largest and longest serving homeless emergency shelter provider in Arizona with adult and family shelters operating at full capacity 24/7, 365 days a year. Serving the entire Phoenix metropolitan area, CASS is a regional solution to homelessness, filling service gaps and helping thousands of people transform their lives, get a roof over their head, a job, and a chance at a new life.

Dinner for Dignity raises funds for CASS to fulfill its mission to empower people with diverse needs to end their homelessness by providing shelter and supportive services.

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FOUNDING SPONSORS

Jenny Norton • Bob Ramsey

Contemplation Sponsor

Erickson Land & Cattle

Joe Anderson & Mary DeWane

Ingenuity Sponsor

Monica & Terry Goddard

Hope Sponsor

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Arizona State University

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