Care Fair Tempe

Sometimes we are those who need some extra help, sometimes we are helping others and often we do both.

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Care Fair Tempe 2019

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Tempe Human Services Day
Saturday, April 6

Tempe Library Complex
3500 S. Rural Road, Tempe

Join us for our second Care Fair Tempe as we host a fun and resource-filled event linking those in need with available services and those who care with volunteer opportunities

Over 50 local nonprofits and service providers will be on-site to provide information and answer questions about a variety of human services they offer and how you can help through volunteering and in-kind donations. 

Bring the family to visit resource booths, experience on-site services, play in the kid fun zone, grab a snack from food vendors, listen to music and enter into our gift card giveaways.  

This year we are partnering with the City of Tempe to present the inaugural Tempe Human Services Day.  While visiting Care Fair Tempe, plan to attend the Tempe Human Services Symposium in the Community Room of the Tempe History Museum.  There will be a line-up of specialists providing information in the fields of mental health and related topics such as substance dependence.    

Want to participate or help? 

Event Sponsor  – Sponsorship Details PDF
Provider Booth – Nonprofit/Service Provider Booth Packet PDF    
Food Vendor – Food Vendor Packet PDF
Event Volunteer  

Contact or call 480.858.2300.

Care Fair Tempe 2018


Thank you!

Thank you to all who came out to our first Care Fair Tempe,on April 21, 2018.

Over 50 local nonprofits and service providers were in attendance to provide information about their organization and the services they offer Tempe residents. Over 250 community members attended the Care Fair, seeking information to help them or someone they know or obtaining information on volunteer opportunities and simple ways they can help their community by taking a tag from our event Giving Trees on small items our local nonprofits need.

Great music was provided courtesy of Mary Hoffman Music, Ioannis Goudelis, and April Anne Music with exceptional sound management by Dan Miller, of the Tempe History Museum. Local food vendors, a kids fun zone and free giveaways added to the festive fair setting. The community was connected with a low-cost produce resource, Borderlands – Produce on Wheels With Out Waste and ASU School of Sustainability – who partnered with us to offer attendees up to 60 lbs. of produce for just $10. POWWOW is a resource available in Tempe and through the Valley on various weekends, September-May.

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Many Thanks To Our Sponsors!

We are thankful to the City of Tempe’s Human Services Department and Neighborhood Services for their partnership in helping us launch this great resource for our community. It takes a community. And we are so grateful for our amazing sponsors who helped us connect community with the resources they need.

FetchRev | Boompromo | Bumble Bee Air Conditioning | Blake & Pulsifer PLC | Alt Thirty-Six

IN-KIND SUPPORTERS Landings Credit Union | SRP | City of Tempe

2018 Care Fair Participants

Care Fair Tempe nonprofits and agencies represented at Care Fair Tempe 2018, April 21.  The service providers provider information to assist Tempe residents seeking assistance with:

Seniors, Financial, Disabilities, Substance Abuse, Crisis Needs, Food Resources, Housing, Transportation, Employment, Healthcare, Wellness, Legal, Domestic Violence, Suicide Prevention and More

Below is a list of participating service providers (subject to change):

A New Leaf
Ability 360
Alzheimer’s Association
Area Agency on Aging
Big Brothers Big Sisters
Boys & Girls Clubs of the East Valley
Child Crisis Arizona
Circle the City
City of Tempe
Diversity Office – Access Tempe
Fire, Medical & Rescue Department
Human Services – Housing
Human Services – Homeless Outreach Prevention Effort (HOPE)
Human Services – Care 7
Human Services – Education
Kid Zone
Library/Community Services
Neighborhood Services
Police Department
SMART – Public Works
Volunteer Office
Crisis Response Network & 211
Esperanza Prep
Foundation for Senior Living (FSL)
Friends of the Tempe Public Library
Future for KIDS
Goodwill of Central and Northern Arizona
La Frontera Empact – SPC
Lost Our Home
Matthew’s Crossing Food Bank
Mountain Park Health Center
Newtown CDC
Pawsitive Friendships
Sojourner Center
Southwest Human Development
St Vincent de Paul
Teen Lifeline
Tempe Coalition
Tempe Community Action Agency
Tempe Community Council
Tempe Community Council – Together Tempe
Tempe Neighbors Helping Neighbors
Tempe Salvation Army
The Arc of Tempe
The Centers for Habilitation
Thrive to Five Family Resource Centers
Tempe Impact Education Foundation
UMOM New Day Centers & Youth Resource Centers
Urban Outreach of Tempe First United Methodist Church
Valley Hope