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It's official! There's FINALLY a Goodwill store in Downtown Phoenix!\n\nIn early July, the store's first visitors filed inside to score deals and priceless finds in

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Thank you to the Downtown community! \u2764\ufe0f \ud83e\udde1 \ud83d\udc9b\n\nBecause of your efforts, Downtown Phoenix Inc. & Phoenix Community Alliance (PCA) are proud to announce that our organizations have won the 2024 One Community Unity Pledge challenge.\n\nEvery Pride Month in June, local organizations participate in a friendly competition to gather the most signatures to advance workplace equality and equal treatment in housing and public accommodations for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ+) individuals and their allies. \ud83c\udf08 \n\nBetween our two organizations, we gathered more than a dozen businesses to sign onto the pledge that stated firmly and unequivocally: We're Open for Business to Everyone. \n\nEvery signature was pivotal in the final result and affirmed the truth that our Greater Downtown community is full of businesses, stakeholders and PCA Members who make it an unwaveringly welcome place.

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Many irons are in the fire at The Society of St. Vincent de Paul - Phoenix (@svdpaz)! \ud83d\udd25 \n\nYesterday, PCA's Membership Services Director, Brandon Ramsey, and Content Specialist, Taylor Costello, toured their facility south of Downtown Phoenix. The facility offers an impressive range of services, including workforce housing, dental clinics, and even a dining hall. \n\nThe visit was also a springboard for how our two organizations could collaborate with future volunteer opportunities. \ud83d\udca1 \n\nHere are some stunning observations and stats that stood out during our visit: \n\n\ud83d\udd35 When SVdP facilitated positive exits for individuals experiencing homelessness in the area around the Key Campus (@KeysToChangeAZ), there was an 80% acceptance rate of people who wanted to connect with services.\n\ud83d\udd35 The kitchen inside their Family Dining Room serves 7,000 meals daily and offers a dining experience to children and their families every weekday. It is an entry point for staff to learn what services these families may need.\n\ud83d\udd35 In August, 71 workforce housing beds for individuals transitioning back into society will become available inside Ozanam Manor. \n\ud83d\udd35 The volume of food donated to their community pantries is stored in Dole banana boxes because of their durable, easily transportable design.\n\n\u2728 Stay tuned for membership-volunteer opportunities that Brandon is planning with the team at SVdP. \u2728\n\nThank you to Brandon Buck for the tour and for highlighting how St. Vincent de Paul is helping to Feed, Clothe, House, and Heal.\n\n

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Downtown Phoenix wouldn't be the same without Kimber Lanning. \n\nOver time, she transformed from the owner of @StinkweedsRecords and Modified Arts (@modified_arts_phx) into a regionally recognized community development advocate through her nonprofit Local First Arizona. \ud83c\udfb5 \ud83e\udd1d \n\nTo learn about her decades of community leadership as an amplifier of economic development, follow the \ud83d\udd17 in bio! \ud83d\udc47 \n\n

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