Inside your Chandler utility bill, you will find a convenient way to help people in need in the community.
The Chandler Acts of Kindness donation program, or A-OK for short, was developed in July 2000, to give residents an opportunity to make a voluntary donation to assist individuals and families within the City of Chandler that are in need. The contributions collected go back into the community through a grant process to support a variety of human service programs that provide basic needs such as food, shelter, clothing, medical services, transportation, and utility bill assistance to low-income Chandler residents.
Thanks to the generosity of the community, the Acts of Kindness program continues to be a success. Every cent collected is put right back into the community to help individuals and families in need. We appreciate you helping to make the lives of your neighbors a little better.
For Fiscal Year 2019-20, the City of Chandler granted $56,666 to five nonprofits who provide vital services to low-income Chandler residents. The breakdown is as follows:
|AZCEND: Community Action Program||$28,483|
|Recreation and Athletics for Individuals with Disabilities (RAD): Payment Assistance for Individuals with Disabilities (PAID)||$4,293|
|National Advocacy and Training Network: Live & Learn||$9,590|
|Resurrection Street Ministries: Caring for Our Chandler Neighbors||$9,800|
|Salvation Army: Rental Assistance for Families in Crisis||$4,500|
|TOTAL A-OK Program Funds||$56,666|
For more information, including how to make an A-OK donation, call 480-782-2280.
State Forty Eight Cause Shirt
Support the A-OK Program when you purchase a City of Chandler/State Forty Eight Cause T-shirt. $5 from each purchase will go toward the A-OK program. Shirts are available at Sibley's West in Downtown Chandler or at State Forty Eight - storefront or online.
Follow us on Facebook for your chance to win one by entering a #LoveChandlerChallenge. A new #LoveChandlerChallenge is held each month.
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