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During this season of crisis due to the COVID-19 virus, we want to continue to Get Out There to serve and bless our community. At the same time, we don’t want to put anyone at risk, so we are taking appropriate precautions and encourage you to make wise decisions about how and where you will serve. Here are some current opportunities.

Delivery Drop Off/Running Errands

If you are interested in running errands or dropping off items for elderly folks please contact Joyce Graham at jgraham@scottsdalebible.com.

Harvest Compassion Center Phoenix
4744 E Thunderbird Rd, Ste 9 (Tatum & Thunderbird)
Phone: 602.788.2444
harvestcompassion.org

  • Drop off Donations
    • Food items – unopened, not expired, food. Can be boxed, canned, bottles or pre-packaged freezer items.
    • Hygiene or baby items. Diapers size newborn, 1, 4, 5 and 6 and baby wipes.
    • Please no citrus or fresh fruits or vegetables, as everything needs to be pre-packaged.
  • Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Saturday, 8:30am-12pm

Paradise Valley Emergency Food Bank
10862 N 32nd St, Phoenix, AZ 85028 (32nd St & Shea)
Phone: 602.617.6826
pvefb.org

  • Drop off Donations
    • Needed items: non-perishable foods, especially chili, stew, soup, cereal, pastas; Diapers (all sizes), wipes, and formula, packs of bottled water, Hygiene – full size, new items, cleaning supplies
    • Hours: Monday-Friday, 9am-4pm

Foothills Food Bank
6038 E Hidden Valley Dr, Cave Creek, AZ 85331 (Cave Creek)
Phone: 480.488.1145
foothillsfoodbank.com

  • Drop off Donations
    • Needed items: non-perishable foods, especially chili, stew, soup, cereal, pastas; Diapers (all sizes), wipes, and formula, packs of bottled water, Hygiene – full size, new items, cleaning supplies
    • Hours: Monday-Friday, 9am-12pm

House of Refuge Sunnyslope
9844 N 7th Pl, Phoenix, AZ 85020

This ministry provides transitional housing for men, single moms and their children in Sunnyslope and North Phoenix. Our SBC Cactus community serves regularly at this ministry. Currently, they need:

  • Kitchen Van Drivers – take their vans to grocery stores to pick up donated food. Individuals or couples, must be able to lift 50 pounds. Monday-Friday mornings
  • Landscaping help – individuals or families to help with weeding and clean-up
  • Handyman help for various projects

To sign up, contact Doug Barnes at 602.410.2006 or doug@refugesunnyslope.com.

Phoenix Rescue Mission

  • Volunteer: Healthy volunteers are needed to help operate the drive-thru Hope for Hunger Food Bank, mobile food pantries, and community markets. Volunteer here.
  • Drop off Donations
    • Needed items: Non-perishable foods, especially chili, stew, soup, cereal, and pastas; diapers, wipes, formula, bottled water, hygiene items, cleaning supplies, new socks/underwear/bras, first aid supplies, bath towels, twin sheets
    • Drop-off location: Warehouse on 3440 W Lewis Avenue, Bldg A Suite G, Phoenix, AZ 85009
    • Hours: Monday-Friday, 7:30am-3:30pm

Hope for Hunger Food Bank
5605 N 55th Avenue, Glendale AZ 85301

Peoria Mobile Food Pantry
8335 W Jefferson St, Peoria, AZ 85345

Volunteers are needed at these two ministries of Phoenix Rescue Mission that provide food assistance to those in need. You can:

  • Pack boxes of food
  • Help with general Food Bank clean-up
  • Provide administrative assistance
  • Help prep the campus to open
  • Drive a fork lift (current driver certification must be provided)

Two or three hour shifts are available. Sign up here.

Blood Drive
Saturday, June 13

  • Donate blood to help with the severe blood shortage due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Please schedule your appointment here.


Let us help you find a place to serve using your gifts and passions all for the glory of God. Together we can make a difference that will make an eternal impact in our community.

Email localoutreach@scottsdalebible.com or call 480.824.7243 for more information on how you can become engaged in meaningful service to others.

Find a place to serve  Donation Drop-Off Info 



Arizona taxpayers have an opportunity to redirect a portion of their state tax dollars to organizations providing help to others. Under the Arizona Charitable Tax Credit, households can reduce their direct tax liability by $800 for couples or $400 for individuals when they give to qualifying non-profits in the community. Under the Arizona Foster Care Tax Credit, the amount is doubled to $1,000 and $500 when giving to a qualifying foster care organization.

Scottsdale Bible partners with several faith-based non-profits that qualify for these tax credits. The organizations listed here qualify for these tax credits. When you make a contribution to one of these ministry partners, you not only benefit from a dollar-for-dollar tax credit, but you also help support the wonderful work they are doing to restore wholeness and demonstrate Jesus’ love and grace to the adults, children and families they serve.

Please consider how you can make a difference in the lives of others by taking advantage of the Arizona Charitable and Foster Care Tax Credits.