About Us

How We're Helping

We have been ministering help and hope in the Sunnyslope community since 2013. Our organization focuses on Honoring, Empowering, and Loving People that are experiencing homelessness and poverty. We have evolved from a street feeding outreach to bringing them indoors for greater impact by the kindness of  St. Vincent de Paul's Becker Hall dining room on 10th Ave south of Hatcher. We want these people and this community transformed as we bring  the life transforming power of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and make God's Word relevant to them. We do this through Wednesday Bible Studies, participating with Hope City Church and Elevate Life Foundation who provide Saturday Outreaches with food, fellowship, and Church ministry. We are dedicated to relationship development and connecting people with community resources.  


As part of the City of Phoenix's SOS (Success Off the Streets Collaborative), we've developed relationships with Phoenix Rescue Mission, and other agencies that are providing resources to end homelessness. We will change the "culture" in Sunnyslope. Our goals include helping restore people's dignity and purpose, community respect helping St. Vincent de Paul dining room to be viewed as a good community neighbor since it is a hub for the homeless and low income neighbors who congregate in the area. We encourage the homeless to keep the streets clean and care about the community.

Phoenix Council Woman Debra Stark presenting Impact Volunteer Award to Patti Selleck

Who We Are

Patti  Selleck is an Advocate, Mentor, Bible teacher, Prayer and Healing Minister, Outreach Volunteer, and Encourager.  By day she is a self employed  business owner and Certified Advanced Rolfer.  She is a Certified Chaplain and has taken several  Life Coaching Courses through the American Academy of Christian Counselors. She is currently working to complete her ministry training certification through Charis Bible College.  In an interest to understand the mindset of those experiencing homelessness and poverty, Patti  has taken the Mentor training through the City of Phoenix offered at the Human Services Campus. 

Pete Selleck works a full time job and is an active Outreach Volunteer and  Minister of Helps.  He is also currently working to complete his ministry training certification through Charis Bible College.  Both Pete and Patti have received AZ Bridges Out of Poverty Certificates of Completion for the Understanding Poverty Workshop offered by St. Vincent de Paul.



Volunteering and Donations

Are you passionate about what we're doing? Let us know! We are always happy for volunteers to get engaged and in action. We'll help you find a way to volunteer that best suits you. We're excited to have you join the team!


Your help through monetary donations, volunteering your time, or spreading our mission through word-of-mouth helps us bring change. Your donations will help us build vision as we take people to Gospel events away from their environments, stay in hotels and experience life changing Word of God that transforms from the inside-out. Thank you! We couldn't accomplish our goals without the help of supporters like you. 


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We are dedicated to improving the lives of those in our community. Your contribution today helps us make a difference.

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Contact Us

Get in Touch!

HELP4thehomeless.org

11222 N. 75th Dr., Peoria, AZ 85345, US

(623) 670-8294