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Coalition For Compassion And Justice

Rating: 5 stars   2 reviews 409


P O Box 1882 Prescott AZ 86302 USA


The Coalition for Compassion and Justice is a community organization committed to addressing immediate needs, empowering people toward self-sufficiency and advocating for systemic changes that improve the health and well-being of people in Yavapai County.

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Rating: 5 stars  

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I have been volunteering with Coalition for Compassion and Justice for 10 years. This is basically a volunteer organization with administrators to help organize and keep us on track. CCJ feeds about 150 disadvantaged people per day. The people who eat at CCJ are provided with a meal, sandwiches to take out, cans of donated food, monthly commodities, showers and vouchers to get donated clothing from the CCJ Thrift Store. Recently they provided over 1,000 school supplies and backpacks to Head Start children and Casa Children. This project was done in partnership with the Prescott United Methodist Church who provided vouchers for new shoes for these children. If you want a truly rewarding experience try volunteering for a day. You will want to be a regular volunteer as I have been!

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It has been a pleasure to volunteer with CCJ. They run a variety of social justice programs focused on alleviating poverty in the Prescott region.

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