Hopes Response

"NO ONE IN NEED IS LEFT BEHIND"

aka The Phoenix Rising Network   |   Scottsdale, AZ   |  https://www.hopesresponse.org

Mission

HOPE’S RESPONSE was created to become a positive force in our communities. Our mission is to develop and create diverse, healthy, vibrant, affordable housing communities for seniors, veterans, families, and individuals by implementing valuable research, financing options, and using innovative green technologies that are self-sustaining, and promote efficiency and safety.

Ruling year info

2017

Founder

Alicia Phillips

Main address

9393 N 90th St Ste 102 # 562

Scottsdale, AZ 85258 USA

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EIN

46-5090791

NTEE code info

Senior Citizens' Housing/Retirement Communities (L22)

IRS filing requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990-N.

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Our programs

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Phoenix Rising Network

*Assisted/independent living campuses for seniors and veterans cost-burdened, our Stay in Place campuses for aged 62 and older offering Long-Term Care Insurance plans, transportation, meals, activities, exercise, assistance with ADL’S from home health aides, and nursing on campus promotes affordable healthy living.

*Transitional housing campuses for those needing supportive yet temporary housing, bridging the gap between homeless and permanent housing with Education and training programs, and employment opportunities.

*Affordable housing campuses give cost-burdened individuals and families paying more than 30%-80% of their income on rents and those earning less than between 30-80% of the medium income an opportunity towards home-ownership. Become a homeowner in 12 to 15 years on our campuses.

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Our Sustainable Development Goals

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Goals & Strategy

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Charting impact

Four powerful questions that require reflection about what really matters - results.

WE HAVE A PLAN to work with public agencies and through our partnerships to create an abundance of affordable housing options and transitional services needed to succeed. Poverty, sickness, natural disasters are some underlying causes of the housing crisis. This lack of affordable housing leads to high rents which are steadily rising. Housing appears to be less affordable for the very young and very old.

Campaign Goals
Families who pay more than 30% of their income for housing are the ones we consider cost burdened.

These circumstances make it difficult to afford necessities such as food, clothing, transportation, and medical care.

Rental rates hit an all-time high in 2018 from 2.2% for a 1 bedroom to 2.8% for 2 to 3 bedrooms.

Affordable housing could help lower costs for renters.

This year we have forecast that our Community Development effort annual expenditures at $37 million and between 1o% and 25% of the monetary goals met through donations.

Our plan is to raise $9.3 million through our Community Development Campaigns over the next 5 years. Our financial forecast plan for those years will be focused on community outreach/research, land procurement, and community development allocation.

Through donations and with the help of all our “Awesome Volunteers" and help from Community Land Trust Plans For Affordable Housing Programs and other various government and state programs that help nonprofit entities and networking with other nonprofit organizations that assist families with rent payments, income-based rentals, and families affected by disaster or hardships.

Modular building for affordable Housing: WHY MODULAR
• MODULAR HOUSING COULD BE THE KEY TO COMBATING HOMELESSNESS AS WELL
AS THE AFFORDABLE HOUSING CRISIS
• HOMES ARE BUILT IN A FACTORY WHILE SITE-WORK & FOUNDATION IS SIMULTANEOUSLY BEING COMPLETED
WHICH SAVES PROJECT TIMING BETWEEN 30-50%
• KEEPS PROJECTS ON SCHEDULE & SPEEDS UP CONSTRUCTION TIME
• NO WEATHER DELAYS
• APPRAISES THE SAME AS COUNTERPARTS, AND DOES NOT DEPRECIATE
• LOWER LABOR COST
• LOWER VOLUME OF WASTE
• NO NEED TO STORE MATERIALS
• QUALITY CONTROL DURING CONSTRUCTION PROCESS
• IMPROVED FIXED COST & PRICE PREDICTABILITY
• MODERN DESIGNS
Our overall goal is to provide more affordable housing opportunities to those who qualify to participate in our programs.

WHY US
WE ASKED OURSELVES THESE QUESTIONS:
• Can we provide evidence that our ideas &
programs work. (The answer is Yes!)
• Do we provide a innovative approach that
surpasses the status quo? (The answer is Yes!)
• Are we willing and able to cultivate strong
relationships with like minded & decision
makers. (The answer is Yes!)
• Why Us? Because of our exceptional, dedicated
team of experienced, motivated board
members, officers, directors, volunteers,
consultants, employee’s, committees, and our
networking abilities.
• Hope’s Response has a community
development program called The Phoenix
Housing Network which focuses on funding to
create, develop, and build affordable housing
campuses using recycled green materials.
• We have a “STAY IN PLACE” campaign with the
following programs : The Silver, Platinum, &
Golden Senior programs created to provide
education and services needed to make the
road to aging more affordable and less
stressful.

Partnerships and funding towards economic and community development have been established.

Financials

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Hopes Response

Board of directors
as of 12/21/2021
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Alicia Phillips

Hope's Response dba The Phoenix Rising Network

Akiem Brown

Hope's Response

Christina Kirkwood

Hope's Response

Toya Brown

Hope's Response

Alicia Phillips

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Organizational demographics

SOURCE: Self-reported; last updated 07/27/2021

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Leadership

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