HPISolutions is proud to support the following charitable organizations:
Special Olympics of Arizona
The mission of Special Olympics is to provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills, and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes, and the community.
The Bridge to Hope
The Bridge to Hope is a Phoenix based ministry offering housing to homeless single mothers while partnering them with a local Christian faith community to sponsor them emotionally, physically and spiritually. The Bridge to Hope and our volunteers work to reverse the devastating and long-term effects of poverty and homelessness among single mothers and their children. Our programs and services are focused on empowering single mothers to maintain the family, enhance their skills so they can independently care for their children and integrate back into the community.
Boys & Girls Club of Flagstaff
This mission of Boys & Girls Club of Flagstaff is to inspire and enable all young people especially those that need us the most to become productive, caring and responsible citizens. Each year the Club provides after school and summer programs for school-aged youth. The Club emphasizes positive values in the relationships members have with each other and adult leaders. It helps young people make appropriate choices in their physical, educational, social, emotional, and vocational lives. Focusing on character and leadership, healthy lifestyles, education and career, and the arts in an effort to reach deeper into the lives of those we serve, impacting them in a lasting, comprehensive way. Their goal is to provide a safe place for our youth, to arm them with the necessary tools to avoid unhealthy behaviors, and to build self-esteem to allow them to become confident individuals and impactful adults.
LARC is a private, not-for-profit, 501(c)(3), community-service organization that serves more than 100 individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities by providing opportunities to work, live, and participate in their community. Originally formed in 1956, as a school for children with special needs (The Lansing School of Special Education), LARC has grown to provide day training, work activities, and senior programming to approximately 100 individuals from across the Chicagoland Area. Additional services include service facilitation, services & supports in the community, choice-driven classroom & recreational activities, job training & placement, and community-integrated living arrangements for 44 individuals in single-family group homes throughout the community.
Orchard: Africa started in 1991 as a church ministry in Mafikeng, South Africa in response to vulnerable children rummaging through the city garbage dump for food. A few people from a local church decided to cook a pot of food and feed these children. From this compassionate response, the organization, Orchard: Africa, was born. For the first ten years Orchard: Africa grew from being a church-led feeding project for thirty children, to becoming a multi-programmed response to the daily social and economic injustices that plagued vulnerable individuals in Africa. The next 15 years of our existence saw Orchard: Africa grow beyond being a church mission program to a registered ministry in its own right. Orchard: Africa moved beyond the town of Mafikeng, grew exponentially, and extended its reach to over 600 community churches and 100 funded programs in sub-Saharan Africa.