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Pinal County cares about you and your family. We want to be able to assist you with resources that are available to help Pinal County residents. May these services provide peace and comfort in this challenging time and perhaps continue to assist you in other situations that may arise. We are in this together.

Resources for Those Affected by July APS Power Outage

Food Resources:

CAHRA (Community Action Human Resources Agency)
Call 520-466-1112
Food Distribution
Every Monday and Friday
7:30 am to 9:30 am
109 N. Sunshine Blvd, Eloy
*Picture ID and proof of residence (i.e. utility bill) required

St. Mary's Food Bank
Casa Grande, 85122

First United Methodist Church
605 N. Santa Cruz Ave, Eloy
Call 520-466-3445

Gospel Light Ministries
13350 Sunland Gin Rd, AZ City

Passion Church
501 E. Korsten Rd, Casa Grande
Call 520-836-2718

PGCSC (Pinal-Gila Council for Senior Citizens)
Call 520-836-2758

Salvation Army in Casa Grande

Department of Economic Security - DES
Have you lost food purchased with Nutrition Assistance because of a power outage in Pinal County? DES may be able to help by reimbursing you for lost benefits. Call 1-855-432-7587 or visit your local office:

Donations Accepted: A Community Fund has been established to provide resources to Pinal County Residents impacted by the power outages caused by Sunday night's storm (7/17). To donate, select "AZ City/Eloy Funds" from the drop-down menu

Click Here to go to United Way website


If you have any questions call 520-509-3555. The Pinal County Citizen Contact Center will assist with providing resource information.

Additional information will be provided when available. _______________________________________________________________________________

A Message from Chairman of the Board of Supervisors Jeffrey McClure:

"I want to thank County staff, volunteer members of the community, and the companies that were able to provide products for the food distribution at the Public Works yard in Arizona City this past Saturday. It was indeed a herculean effort to pull together the necessary resources in a relatively short time. A disaster of any magnitude brings out the best in many people and a willingness to help their neighbors."

A Message from District 3 Supervisor Stephen Miller:

"I am so happy to see Pinal County come together to help our friends, family, and neighbors during this time of need. The work and actions we witnessed by people, businesses, churches, schools, and more this past week were purely a reflection of how amazing this community is. Thank you to everyone." 

Thank you to the following organizations who assisted with donations and contributions throughout the power outage event:

Arizona Water, The United Way of Pinal County, Midwest Food Bank, Mark Miller - Arizona Food Marketing Alliance, Senator T.J. Shope, Representative Teresa Martinez, Steve Chucri - Arizona Restaurant Association, Borderlands Produce, Richard Rosales-APS, Fry’s, Safeway/Albertsons, Bashas, IGA, Rick Hagen, Boston’s, SkyDive Arizona, Casa Grande FFA- Casey Farnsworth, Eloy Fire District, Encore- Miguel Lopez, Helping Hands-Andy Salazar, Vantage West Credit Union, Lisa Start of Conservative Ladies of Oro Valley, Army Reserve, AKA Bakery, Stoltz – Heather Coolidge, First Interstate Bank – Isabel Morales, Robson Ranch, Gratitude Construction - Ray Leon, Pinal Co Federal Union, Papa John’s Pizza, Hideout Steakhouse, Little Caesar’s Pizza, Denny’s, Central AZ Governments (CAG), Arizona Events Group, NextEra. Eloy Police Department Citizen Volunteers, Casa Grande Dentistry, Frank and Ellen DeFusco, Barry McCain, Red Cross, Ramos Trucking, Chick-fil-a and Barry & Sandy Christiansen, Frito-Lay of Casa Grande, Pepsi, CAHRA, Toltec School District, and Santa Cruz Valley Union HS. The City of Eloy, Eloy Fire District, The Eloy Community Services Department, Find-My-Keys Locksmith.





 2-1-1 Transportation Hotline


United Way Worldwide, in partnership with Lyft, launched the Ride United initiative to address unmet transportation needs for individuals and families in communities across the country, by providing free Lyft rides to eligible 2-1-1 callers. Rides may be utilized for Health, Employment, Food, Economic Stability, Legal, Housing and Education needs.

To find out if you are eligible CLICK HERE or call 1-855-345-6432.


Homeowners can use HAF funds for the purpose of preventing the following: homeowner mortgage delinquencies, homeowner mortgage defaults, homeowner mortgage foreclosures, homeowner loss of utilities or home energy services, and displacements of homeowners experiencing financial hardship.

Click Here to Find Out If You Qualify


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