Phoenix Community Alliance Has Spent 40 Years Working To Create a Stronger Downtown for a Better Phoenix
Our team members recognize Phoenix Community Alliance as one of the most impactful nonprofits serving the Phoenix Community.
Phoenix Community Alliance is an incredible partner to us at Valley Metro. They provide access to resources and people that make our work in the greater downtown Phoenix that much easier. They are equally a strong supporter of public transportation and our expansion plan is moving forward because of their involvement.
When you are with business leaders of the quality that we have here at PCA – it’s unrivaled.
As a long time member of Phoenix Community Alliance, it is especially gratifying to see how diverse the revitalization and development projects are in the Central Phoenix Corridor. The heart of Phoenix is alive and well.
PCA is striving to complement city - building with community building...bringing in new voices - residents, neighborhoods, and businesses large and small - for a stronger, more inclusive alliance of the Phoenix community.
Here's What's Happening DTPHX.org
In a week of giving thanks, we're thankful for the long-term leadership of Tom Waldeck, the retiring President & CEO for @KeepPhoenixBeautiful (KPB), who is retiring at the end of the year!\n\nFor 16 years, he shepherded the non-profit through immense prosperity and change for his community. When he started with KPB in January 2008, they were a two-person staff, which has since grown to a team of seven people. \ud83c\udf31 \n\nWaldeck often found ways to dovetail the non-profit's sustainability into high-visibility and impact events. Partnerships included the Clinton Global Initiative and the
The growth that has forever changed Downtown Phoenix can be seen in an evolving skyline and felt on highly energized sidewalks.\n\nBut how has Downtown's ascent impacted the rest of the region?\n\nDowntown Phoenix Inc., in collaboration with the @cityofphoenixaz Community & Economic Development Department, recently commissioned an economic impact study to assess the aggregate impact of the area we provide services to (McDowell Road south to Jackson Street; 7th Street west to 7th Avenue) within the broader City of Phoenix.\n\nSwipe to see key findings from the 2022 economic impact report and tap the link in our bio to read more.\n\n
A welcoming workplace can be an extension of the home! \ud83d\udcbc \n\n@azbigmedia recently compiled a list of the coolest places in Arizona that employees call their places of work, and we're proud to see a handful of PCA Members were recognized.\n\nFrom hidden speakeasies to dedicated pitch rooms, here's what some of our Members do to keep their employees content, comfortable, and inspired.\n\nIf you want to read more from the list, check out the \ud83d\udd17 in bio.