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Phoenix Inner City Kids, Phoenix, Arizona

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Address: 1531 W. Grant St.
Phoenix, Arizona  85007  
United States
Is 501(c)(3) nonprofit certified by the IRS?: Yes
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 50
EIN: 86-1043473
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Mission Statement


PICK's mission is to instill moral, educational and spiritual values into today's youth at risk and to partner in encouraging and supportive ways with their families. Simply put, our mission is to love in positive and supportive ways. PICK's desire is to demonstrate this principal in practical ways in order to build trust and unity in the community, thus ensuring a positive and healthy future for the next generations.

Description


The Phoenix Inner City Kids Program ("PICK") is a faith-based evangelical program that reaches out to kids and families who reside in the projects and neighborhoods of south and central Phoenix, Arizona. PICK was formed 20 years ago as an outreach of Teen Challenge of Arizona, Inc., and was called "Flintstone Kids" prior to adopting the permanent organizational name "Phoenix Inner City Kids" upon recieving its 501(c)(3) non-profit status in August, 2002. For 20 years, PICK has provided alternatives for children and families through an expanding array of social services that not only address the basic needs of the family, but also focus on long-term faith-based solutions to complex problems that exist within our community.

The Phoenix Inner City Kids Program ("PICK") is a faith-based evangelical program that reaches out to kids and families who reside in the projects and neighborhoods of south and central Phoenix, Arizona. PICK was formed 20 years ago as an outreach of Teen Challenge of Arizona, Inc., and was called "Flintstone Kids" prior to adopting the permanent organizational name "Phoenix Inner City Kids" upon recieving its 501(c)(3) non-profit status in August, 2002. For 20 years, PICK has provided alternatives for children and families through an expanding array of social services that not only address the basic needs of the family, but also focus on long-term faith-based solutions to complex problems that exist within our community.

Mission Statement: PICK's mission is to instill moral, educational and spiritual values into today's youth at risk and to partner in encouraging and supportive ways with their families. Simply put, our mission is to love in positive and supportive ways. PICK's desire is to demonstrate this principal in practical ways in order to build trust and unity in the community, thus ensuring a positive and healthy future for the next generations.

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Do you Require Formal Orientation Training?


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