Hope for Children

AZAR is committed to making a difference in the lives of youth by providing a variety of training and development programs in the area of health, education, social resources, and exposure to diverse career options.

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Advocacy

Our Youth Advocacy Program {YAP} goal is to empower young people in their everyday lives.

YAP attempts to provide support to young people in all areas that affect them, be it

  • education,
  • housing,
  • employment, unemployment,
  • health, social security,
  • recreation and
  • human relationships.

YAP also gives to the young person insights into the adult world of decision making and the exercising of authority, and enhances the young person’s understanding of legal process. This helps the young person to make clear choices about issues that affect their everyday life. YAP assists young people in using existing social systems to develop a real sense of self-worth. Thus, young people are in a better position to be responsible for themselves and more able to deal with society’s demands.

YAP is an established framework for workers to use with young people across all social levels. Its emphasis is to empower young people through their own actions in situations that affect them. YAP is a reflection of the principles of human rights in practice.

Homeless Assistance

When you donate goods, food or clothing to The AZAR Foundation Mission, you impact the lives of the poor and homeless in our local communities. This year, our donors and volunteers helped provide more than 50,000 meals and 10,000 articles of clothing to families in desperate need of help.  We rely on donated food and clothing to meet these important needs.

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We gratefully accept donations between 11am – 3pm, Monday – Thursday contact 888-601-5580.  We do not typically pick up donations, but if you have an extraordinarily large or unusual donation, please call our office to inquire about a pickup.

Donation Guidelines

Food – Non-perishable, bulk, and staple items (dry and canned) are best, but we are usually able to accept even prepared foods, as long as it is fresh with the packaging intact.

Clothing – Clean, new and gently used clothing of all types is helpful.  Large sizes are especially helpful.  We are always in need of new underwear/undershirts and socks, new and gently used jeans and shoes, and professional clothing for those looking for work or re-entering the workforce.  In the winter, we are especially in need of warm outerwear: coats, jackets, hats, gloves, and scarves.

Capacity Building

AZAR Foundation, Inc. is seeking a donation of a building complex to handle our operation.  We are a small facility handling a massive number of projects and performing a multitude of services.  If you are interested in donating a building, please view our capacity building diagram.


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Our Referrals

The AZAR Foundation offers a broad range of referrals services to help those who are in need.  We network a a variety of charitable programs that services homelessness, youth in truancy redevelopment, and many others.  We work with a network of social services agencies that can assist with many social, psychological, and health related issues or concerns.

Many of these services are offered at no charge through the generosity of faithful partners. Contact the main office for a list of referrals.

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