YC ECP

RECREATION AND/OR ENRICHMENT

The following agencies can help you with your personal recreation, enrichment and growth opportunities

FOSTER GRANDPARENT PROGRAM

MISSION:

The Civic Service Institute (CSI) at Northern Arizona University mobilizes generations to strengthen communities through service and volunteerism.

FOUR COUNTY CONFERENCE ON DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES

MISSION:

With energy and enthusiasm, we commit to conscientiously serve our community and provide our citizens with accessible local government; provide the most effective and efficient delivery of services; be sensitive to the needs of ALL citizens in our changing world; challenge, recognize and support our employees because they are the backbone of the county; protect, preserve and care for our environment.

GARDENS FOR HUMANITY

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MISSION: Gardens for Humanity awakens and tends the gardens of the human spirit by teaching and celebrating our connection to nature, local agriculture, art and community while promoting an ecologically sustainable and more humane culture.

GIRL SCOUTS–ARIZONA CACTUS-PINE COUNCIL, INC.

GIRL SCOUTS–ARIZONA CACTUS-PINE COUNCIL, INC.

MISSION:

Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place.

HERITAGE PARK ZOOLOGICAL SANCTUARY

MISSION: Giving Refuge to non-releasable, rescued wildlife while providing conservation through exhibition and public education.

HIGHLANDS CENTER FOR NATURAL HISTORY

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MISSION:

The Highlands Center for Natural History helps children and adults discover the wonders of nature and become wise caretakers of the land. We believe that everyone has a fundamental need to connect with the natural world. This connection is fostered by the Center through outdoor science education based on observation and discovery of the Central Arizona Highlands.

HORSES WITH H.E.A.R.T., INC.

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MISSION: Toprovide a safe therapeutic equine experience by credentialed instructors for people with disabilities that foters their confidence and dignity while challenging each rider to develop independent skills at their own level of ability.

It Is Inc. d.b.a. 'Tis

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MISSION: It is, Inc. was established for the promotion of local artists and various styles of art, to teach art and to make art economically available to the Prescott community.

JAMES FAMILY PRESCOTT YMCA

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MISSION: To put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all. We work toward the fulfillment of human potential and enrichment of quality of life. We help young people and adults gain an appreciation of themselves as individuals; assist young people in acquiring and cultivating interpersonal skills and fitness; promote intercultural and international understanding; work toward an understanding of our environment.

KATSUJINKEN AIKIDO DOJO

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MISSION: To share the "Art of Peace," Aikido, with people of all ages, building skills for peaceful resolution of conflict, including self respect and respect for others.

KIWANIS CLUB OF PRESCOTT

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MISSION: Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the world, one child and one community at a time.

LIONS CLUBS INTERNATIONAL

LIONS CLUBS INTERNATIONAL

MISSION:

To empower volunteers to serve their communities, meet humanitarian needs, encourage peace and promote international understanding through Lions Clubs.

MOUNTAIN ARTISTS GUILD

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MISSION:

Mountain Artists Guild, Inc. is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the promotion of the visual arts and crafts; the encouragement and education of artists through workshops and seminars, exhibits, scholarships, and fellowships; and the provision of a forum for art-related community events.

NORTH STAR YOUTH PARTNERSHIP

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MISSION:

To support community collaboration that will reduce teen pregnancy and risk taking behaviors, enhance youth leadership, and the positive engagement of youth in the community.

PHIPPEN MUSEUM OF AMERICAN WESTERN ART

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MISSION: To preserve and exhibit museum quality Western art and educate the public about the unique heritage, history, legends and influence of art of the American West.

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