About Us

Arizona Multihousing Charitable Foundation

The Arizona Multihousing Charitable Foundation (AMCF) is the philanthropic arm of the Arizona Multihousing Association (AMA)! The AMA believes in giving back to the community through charities that impact our members and their residents. Since 2005, the AMCF Big Hearts Committee and dedicated members of the AMA have raised over $1.2M to support local and statewide charities. In 2022, the funds raised through AMCF Big Hearts will go to our beneficiaries listed below. 

Members of the AMCF Big Hearts Committee host annual fundraising events such as the Bowl-A-Thon, Car Raffle, Silent Auction, Dollar-A-Door campaign and more. We believe by working together as an industry, we can and will make a difference. View 2022 Fundraisers.

AMCF Mission: Enhance the lives of community members through the cultivation of opportunities and financial resources that address homelessness, support education, and inspire hope in our neighborhoods, while providing a philantrhropic network for our AMA members to improve their own lives while positively impacting Arizona.

 

▶ How To Give 

  Donate

Give directly to AMCF online.
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Amazon Smile
Everytime you shop, Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price to AMCF.
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Fry's Rewards Program
Enroll & earn rewards for AMCF every time you shop and use your V.I.P. Card.
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▶ Upcoming Fundraisers

Phoenix Events     Tucson Events


▶ Beneficiaries: Who We Support

UMOM New Day Centers (Phoenix)
Since 1964, UMOM New Day Centers has been dedicated to helping homeless families. The face of homelessness in Phoenix has changed throughout the decades, and UMOM has risen to the challenge of providing food, clothing, and shelter to those in need. UMOM provides families facing homelessness with safe shelter, housing and support services.
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Resident Relief Foundation (Statewide)
We are driven by a single goal: to help responsible residents stay in their apartments during and unexpected financial emergency. Whether it's a temporary work/job interruption, a car accident, a medical emergency or something similar, sometimes a person just needs a little help to get through a short dip in financial stability to keep going on their own.
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Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center, SAARC (Phoenix)
Established in 1997, the Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center (SARRC) is an internationally recognized nonprofit that conducts innovative research, provides evidence-based practices, disseminates effective training and builds inclusive communities for individuals with autism and their families.  
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The Julie Hurst & Steve Peter Education Fund (Statewide)
This fund was created in memory of Julie Hurst, a Senior Vice President of Riverstone Residential, and Steve Peters, a Senior Portfolio Director with Shelton-Cook Real Estate Services.  This is an annual scholarship program that will be available to further the education of those in, or from, our multifamily industry.
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Interfaith Community Services, ICS (Tucson)
ICS programs enable seniors and people with disabilities to stay safe and independent in their homes. They also assist individuals and families facing food hardship, job loss and financial crisis regain stability and gather the resources to move forward to self-sufficiency.
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Center Of Opportunity (Tucson)
The Center of Opportunity is a holistic one-stop center that provides most services a homeless person needs to be restored and thrive in a compassionate environment, expediting the process from homelessness to self-sufficiency.
Learn more here >>>


For questions regarding AMCF please contact (Phoenix) Jenica Hickey, jhickey@azmultihousing.org, or (Tucson) Linda Morales, lmorales@azmultihousing.org