CASA Rays of Hope

Romans 8:28

And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.


We are a non-profit establish in 2021 after seeing the growing need for support and advocacy for vulnerable populations, especially a growing population of individuals experiencing homelessness. Our staff is dedicated in bring resources to those in need and building community partnership to increase compassion and improve the effort in assisting others. Our future vision is to provide a holistic and wraparound approach to services and resources. We currently are based in Phoenix, AZ and provide support to the Phoenix and Yuma areas. Our hope is to grow to cover all of Maricopa and Yuma county and one day, across the U.S. Donors like you are our most valuable resource in fulfilling our mission. We truly appreciate all your support, whether it is donating items, money, or your time volunteering at events. Sharing our website and mission is also very valuable to us as we grow our community and vision. 

We are rooted in our spiritual beliefs and know God has called us on this mission to bring hope and resources to those most in need. We believe that despite our struggles and pain, God will work all things for our good when we believe in His word, will, and purpose. We are here to spread God's everlasting love and mercy through compassion, basic needs, and empowerment. 


Casa Rays of Hope assists individuals who are unsheltered by providing tangible resources, basic needs, and empowering self-growth to ensure individual and community success through community outreach, distributions events, and ministry efforts.


Our vision is to increase access to resources and opportunities to improve individuals' quality of life in their community and end homelessness through a holistic approach. 



We strive to uphold strong moral principles to which we use to serve our communities with the highest work ethic. 


We approach all those whom we encounter with compassion and understanding; so they may find comfort in knowing they are not   alone in their feelings/experiences.


We build strong communities by assisting individual in becoming stronger and reclaiming their power over their lives and decisions. 


We understand that it is by the mercy of God that we are able to help others and respect the stage of life they are at and their autonomy to make their own decisions. Understanding that we all should be treated with kindness, equality, respect, and compassion without consideration of status. 


In everything we do, we strive towards providing the best services to other's because they are worthy of high standards and utmost respect. 


We recognize that we would not be able to fulfill our services to those in need without the support of a community and partners who's values aligns with ours. Together let's be a ray of hope


We work on ensuring that others know they can relay on us to meet the identified needs of individuals and their community and that we work diligently to close the gap for those trying to access adequate resources to survive and thrive. 

2022 Overview:

CRH is excited for what's coming 2023 and meeting our goal. CRH wanted to share a brief overview of what we were able to accomplish in 2022 within our first year of operations. 

*CRH was approved as a 501c3

*CRH participated in 3 community outreach events in Yuma, AZ along side large corporations who have been operating for years:

*CRH submitted 4 grants throughout 2022

*CRH actively networked with other organizations to brainstorm partnerships.

*CRH was able to have a distribution event where Hope Bags were distributed.

*CRH staff reviewed infrastructure and attended training to gain more knowledge on how to better serve our population more effectively and secure consistent funding and donations. 



CEO (Phoenix Region)

Anna Wilson, LMSW


COO (Yuma Region)

Judith Hayes


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Casa Rays of Hope does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, gender expression, age, national origin, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations. These activities include, but are not limited to, the appointment to and termination from its Board of Directors, hiring and firing of staff or contractors, selection of volunteers, selection of vendors, and providing of services.