DIRECTED DONATIONS - individuals, families, public/private/family foundations, nonprofit/for-profit corporations, community groups and government make donations to the AZHF.
DONATION PROGRAM - businesses voluntarily participate in the program and commit to make a donation to the AZHF on all or a specified sales transaction and give purchasers the opportunity to donate.
ESCROW DONATION PROGRAM - homebuilders, developers, agents and title companies voluntarily participate in the program and give buyers and sellers an opportunity to donate to the AZHF.
The shelter system is stuck because there is a critical shortage of safe, decent, affordable housing.
Waiting lists are months long.
Housing costs are on the rise.
Funding needed to build more affordable supportive housing.
Minimum/Low Wage Workers
People In A Health Crisis
People Escaping Violence/Abuse
TENANT PAYS – $400 to $600 for Supportive Affordable Housing Rent for 1 Month
COMMUNITY & TAXPAYERS – $2,000 Homeless Shelter for 1 Month
COMMUNITY & TAXPAYERS – $2,130 Prison for 1 Month
COMMUNITY & TAXPAYERS – $2,222 Hospital Bed per Day
“The Arizona Association of Realtors is excited to support the Arizona Housing Fund. We believe our membership of over 50,000 Realtors can directly impact homelessness in our state by promoting the Fund’s Escrow Donation Program. We are proud to be associated with the Arizona Housing Fund.”
"The Arizona Housing Fund is an innovative partnership that will help thousands of people find homes. The City of Phoenix proudly supports this statewide initiative and thanks the business, nonprofit, and government leaders who are working together to identify a unique solution to a complex issue."
“A public-private-philanthropic solution that could impact our community for decades. We are very excited to be a partner in the Arizona Housing Fund.”
“This is a creative solution to a community wide problem. This fund will bring permanent supportive housing inventory to our market and it is something we should all get behind.”
“Our State needs this kind of effort. There is urgency and we think now is the time for the Arizona Housing Fund.”
“This fund gives us one of the best tools to fight homelessness.”
“This is the game changer our community needs.”