Who We Are
All Faith Community Services was established in the fall of 1996 in Avondale Arizona.
Together a group of individuals, who shared a vision, came together to fill the gap in services for those in need.
The concept was to provide a "Hand-Up" not a "Hand-Out" organization that would empower an individual to overcome and succeed.
From 1996-1999, All Faith, under the umbrella of Southwest Volunteer Services, strove to create a matrix of partners to provide a broad range of services. These services came to include; basic needs, job training, education and volunteer opportunities.
In December of 2004, All Faith acquired it's own 501(c)3 non-profit status and board development began.
From then to now, more than 2,500 households per month are impacted by All Faith's programs.
We utilize all of the resources available in the community to help our disadvantaged improve their lives and those of their families bringing positive change to our communities.
All Faith’s objective is to network all groups with like vision to share in the responsibility of making our community more united.
All Faith looks to empower people to rise above their circumstances.
To provide assistance and resources to people in need and help them recognize and address their problems in a life-changing manner.
All Faith helps individuals and families who are in critical need. It provides emergency food supplies, clothing and basic necessities to individuals and families who have immediate, critical needs.
All Faith not only provides emergency assistance, it provides the impetus, training and resources to get people from poverty to productivity. Through its individualized case management, training and support programs, All Faith takes a self-help approach to encourage individuals to - build work skills - get a job – overcome obstacles and improve their lives as well as those of their families
Unlike other “hand-out” programs, All Faith seeks to make profound, long-lasting changes in the lives of the individuals it serves. With its self-help and work-based programs, it provides support, direction and training to assure that individuals who are in chronic need become employed, self-sufficient and most importantly, productive members of the Community.