COMMUNITY HOME REPAIR PROJECTS OF ARIZONA
Serve on the Board of Directors
The Board of Directors of CHRPA is responsible for the overall mission of the organization as well as setting the tone and values of CHRPA.
The board does this through gathering input from the community, clients, staff and volunteers. The board oversees the Executive Director who implements the mission along with all the CHRPA staff and our many dedicated volunteers. Please contact us if you would be interested in serving on our board.
We invite you to learn about what we do, and to join us in our effort to serve the members of the community who need a hand with a leaky roof, a broken pipe, a furnace or cooler that has quit on them, or any number of difficulties that people face with their homes. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact the office for more information. We will arrange a time that you can come in and meet us, look things over, and schedule your first day of work. The people you work for will appreciate your time and energy. Our volunteers are an enthusiastic group who find the work rewarding -- join CHRPA today!
Community Home Repair is providing direct service to members of the community who are in need of urgent assistance. Because most of our work is done by volunteers, and because our office space, trucks and tools are also donated, we are able to provide a great deal of service with the resources that are available.
Funds that we receive from individuals are used to purchase materials and hardware that we use to directly help an individual or family. Ten dollars can buy parts to repair a toilet. Sixty bucks buys a new motor for somebody's cooler. A hundred dollars can buy all of the materials to replace a broken water line. This is a great way to put a few dollars to work in the community to provide real relief to someone who is suffering through a home repair crisis. You shell out a few dollars to buy materials, and our workers take care of the rest.
You can be certain that our funds get put to good use because every work day we are loading up trucks and heading out across Tucson and Pima County to work. We are on the ground, doing all we can with the resources that we have. Thank you for helping make this program possible.
All contributions to Community Home Repair are tax-deductible, and you will receive a letter receipt acknowledging your gift.
Tax Credit for the Working Poor
The Arizona Department of Revenue has qualified Community Home Repair to receive tax credit eligible contributions. If you pay state tax in Arizona, you can receive a dollar-for-dollar tax credit for your contribution.