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Concerned Citizens for Community Health

Concerned Citizens
c/o Vista del Camino
7700 East Roosevelt
Scottsdale, AZ  85257
Incorporated in 1975, CONCERNED CITIZENS FOR COMMUNITY HEALTH is a volunteer, non-profit organization whose mission is to develop services for unmet needs in Scottsdale.  For over 30 years, CONCERNED CITIZENS has stimulated public awareness and promoted the establishment and expansion of health and welfare services in the community.  The organization’s fund raising efforts provide emergency food, clothing, transportation, prescriptions, rent and utility assistance to hundreds of families in need each year. 

CONCERNED CITIZENS is also active in supporting youth programs -- sponsoring a tutoring program, dance troupe, recreation activities, an international club, an earn-a-bike program, and promoting education for youth in the community.  The organization also supports a Job Preparation Program, providing case management and education to promote self-sufficiency.  Finally, the organization offers support to senior programs with intergenerational programming, an elder care library, a holiday program, and a computer lab.  CONCERNED CITIZENS works in partnership with Vista del Camino, and the City of Scottsdale Recreation and Human Services, to identify unmet needs in the community, and to develop or enhance programs to effectively address these needs.

Tax Credit Information (pdf/106kb/1p)

IRS-Tax Exempt Organization Letter

IRS-501 C3 Status Confirmation

2008/2009 Tax Return Form 990

Social Services information

Department of Revenue 2010 Qualifying Charitable Organization Certification