Support for health & human services

Our community involvement through financial support of nonprofit organizations and community activities helps create a thriving community. We are committed to safe and healthy communities and provide corporate contributions to organizations that provide the following health and human services:

Applicants for SRP Corporate Contributions funds must apply through SRP's online grant application system.

  • Support programs that reach out to underserved communities to promote individuals' ability to overcome barriers and be self-sufficient
  • Increase the community's ability to care for individuals who are in need of food, shelter, and safety from violent or crisis situations
  • Increase the ability of children to participate in youth programs that promote personal development and positive life choices
  • Sponsor programs that seek to highlight the constant need for water and electric safety
Image of child captioned, 'United Way: Mesa, Pinal County, Northern Arizona, Valley of the Sun.'

United Way focuses on ensuring children and youth succeed, ending hunger and homelessness and increasing the financial stability of individuals and families. SRP supports United Way with an annual corporate contribution to its campaign. In addition, SRP employees donated more than $80,000 to the campaign in 2013.

A child wearing a protective resporatory mask standing in front of a statue of Ronald McDonald. It is captioned, 'Ronald McDonald house.'

This is the only place in Phoenix where, at little or no cost, families having to travel to get medical care for their children, can find a bed, home-cooked meals and understanding company. SRP sponsors RMHC's annual fundraising event and is supporting the opening of its new East Valley facility.

A boy and a girl standing by a female parental figure. The photo is captioned, 'UMOM'

UMOM is the largest homeless shelter for families in Arizona. SRP supports the nonprofit's annual Emergency Shelter campaign and the Buckles and Bangles fundraising event.