CBS 5 Pay It Forward Telethon

Pay It Forward Kick-off Anita's Story & Fry's Gift Cleo Lewis and Washington Federal Gift Wells Fargo Gift, $5,000 Caller Donation, Papa Murphy's and American Furniture Warehouse Lisa Glow, the CEO of CASS talks Silver Tsunami and homeless Veterans; AARP and MIHS...

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PAY IT FORWARD: The Sanchez Family

Learn all about the Sanchez Family, a family of 6 that moved to Arizona and found themselves out of money. They were able to seek shelter and services at Vista Colina, the family shelter that CASS offers.

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Central Arizona Shelter Services Campus Tour

Fox 10 Phoenix comes out to CASS as GPEC (The Greater Phoenix Economic Council) tours the campus and partner agencies. The local business leaders hope to gain a better understanding of the various agencies’ programs, as well as, possibly creating solutions in helping...

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Silver Tsunami: The Wave of Homeless Seniors

ABC 15’s John Genovese interviews a CASS senior client experiencing homelessness to help put a “personal voice” to, an often, faceless statistic. “Kristi”, is moving into permanent housing and credits CASS case managers in helping her get back on her feet. The growing...

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