Supporting Our Mesa Community
Shopping CenterPublished On Saturday, August 1, 2020
During this difficult period, we wish everyone in our Mesa Riverview Community (and beyond) good health, patience, compassion and calm. In the spirit of community, we know there are many of you who are thinking about how you can reach out and help those who need it most. Below you will see a list of a few worthwhile organizations working diligently to support our Mesa Community. And Please Remember...We are ALL in this TOGETHER!
Mesa United Way
Make a Donation: United Way COVID-19 Fund
Mesa United Way has set up a Mesa COVID-19 Emergency Assistance Fund to help support community resources and information in the time to come.
United Food Bank
Make a Donation: WeFeedAZ.org
The United Bank's "Help Yourself Co-Op" is held on Friday's from 8:00 a.m. to noon at the Volunteer Center on 358 E. Javelina, Mesa, AZ. The program provides food for those in IMMEDIATE need.
Restaurant Workers Community Foundation
Make a Donation: restaurantworkerscf.org
Restaurant Workers' Community Foundation is a 501(c)(3) registered public charity. They supply Direct Relief for restaurant workers nationally. All donations are tax deductible and you will receive an email confirmation of your donation shortly after submitting payment.
Save The Family
Make a Donation: savethefamily.org/donate
Save the family is currently in need of canned goods, non-perishables, toilet paper, paper towels, cleaning supplies and laundry detergent, and hygiene items. Drop-off location for items like shelf-stable food items and hygiene products can be brought to the Save the Family Donation Center at 444 N. Country Club Drive, Mesa, AZ 85201. Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (480) 898-0228
Golden Rule Charity
Make a Donation: Goldenrulecharity.org
Helping the Hospitality Industry in Times of Need. One Individual at a time, One Community at a time. The Golden Rule Charity mission is to provide support to hospitality employees affected by unanticipated hardship. Your donation has a meaningful impact on the future of the industry.
Boys and Girls Club
Make a Donation: bgcmp.org
Boys and Girls Clubs of the Valley has committed to keep a select few locations open during the crisis to help ease the burden of the school closings.
Please Stay Informed
AZCentral.com for local updates
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
World Health Organization