HOW YOU CAN HELP
Cool It! — Heat Relief Drive
Donate water, give shelter and save a life!
COOL IT! — HEAT RELIEF DRIVE
For our neighbors without homes, hot summer days can be fatal. Without access to air conditioning, shade, shelter, or even cold water, extreme temperatures put people experiencing homelessness at risk of heat stroke, organ failure, dehydration, cramps, exhaustion and in the worst cases, even death. Last year, we had 181 heat-associated deaths in Maricopa County.
We can’t let this continue to happen.
You can help!
DONATE WATER | CASS distributes 150,000+ bottles of water from May –
October. Host a water drive with your friends or colleagues!
You may donate cases of water to any PHOENIX Fire Station or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 602-256-6945 ext 1019 to coordinate
FINANCIAL GIFTS | Your financial gifts will help us prevent heat related
deaths this summer by sheltering over 800 people nightly at our adult
and family shelters.
- $500 can provide 3,571 bottles of water
- $250 can provide 1,785 bottles of water
- $100 can provide 714 bottles of water
- $25 can provide 178 bottles of water
Central Arizona Shelter Services
230 S. 12th Avenue
Phoenix AZ 85007
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