“To provide vital services, education and advocacy for those living in poverty,
leading to self-sufficiency and a fair and just community for all.”
The annual Yavapai Diaper Drive is sponsored by the Coalition for Compassion and Justice, and it benefits low-income families with babies or toddlers, still in diapers. They are being collected throughout Yavapai County and given to a variety of agencies within the county for distribution.
Diapers in sizes New Born through 6 are needed...
Donate between Mothers' Day (May 10) and Fathers' Day (June 21) at any of the following locations:
Ash Fork Community Library, Ash Fork
Prescott Valley Public Library, Prescott Valley
Prescott Public Library, Prescott
American Lutheran Church, Prescott
Granite Peak Unitarian Universalist Congregation, Prescott
Prescott United Methodist Church, Prescott
Temple B'rith Shalom, Prescott
Coalition for Compassion and Justice/Open Door, Prescott
CCJ Thrift Shop, Prescott
Verde Valley Medical Center, Cottonwood
Cottonwood Public Library, Cottonwood
For more information, contact Diane at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 928-445-8382
It's only a dream if
you don't believe it.
Reduce water bills, including city storm sewer charges.
Alleviate demand on municipal systems.
Avoid strict watering schedules.
The earth is known as the Blue Planet for a reason; it's no surprise that water is a dominant part of our everyday lives. The world’s current challenge is to improve the planet's water quality and maintain clean and healthy water to support all life forms in our diverse environment.
Rainwater is extremely rich in nutrients.
Using rainwater to irrigate will reduce fertilizer use.
No chemicals have been added to rainwater.
The tank is approximately 48x40x46, with a capacity of 275 gallons.
The diverter system is closed so there is no overflow issue, and is used to send rainwater from a downspout to the collection tank.
The system allows connection to a garden hose for gravity feed to your garden.
A pump can also be added to the system, and it can all be fenced in for appearance.
This Harvest vessel is installed at your home as a fundraiser for CCJ Home Repair Program at a cost of $450.
For more information, contact Sharon at 928-445-8382 or email@example.com
Dear friends from the Quad Cities;
CCJ succeeds through the efforts of its staff, board, committees and volunteers. This month’s comments deal with volunteers. CCJ has several hundred volunteers, all dedicated and hard working. I want to thank each and every one of you for giving so much of yourselves.
Specifically, today I want to recognize two individuals who exemplify all of you.
The first is Jim Storelli, one of our original Founders. Jim has recently joined our board, chairs our Resource Development Committee, and is a member of the Finance and Facilities Committees. In his spare time, Jim spends untold hours trying to make our various software systems work better. Thank you Jim!!!
The second is Carl Brown, a Past President of CCJ who has volunteered to chair our Facilities Committee; and what an effort that is. Carl has been working side by side with our Executive Director, Paul Mitchell, in trying to improve our facilities for the present and the future. The hours and days have been long, but Carl continues to smile and make things happen. Thank you Carl!!!
These two examples are truly representative of all our volunteers. Thank you all!!!
May it always be so,
CCJ President of the board of Directors
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