Get Involved

The Arc in Arizona is working to develop long-term capacity for advocates to have input and impact on issues of importance to people with developmental disabilities and their families. We need your help.

Become a Member

By joining our network of more than 140,000 members and nearly 700 affiliated chapters across the country, you become connected to the largest grassroots movement to protect the rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Members work together to ensure that sufficient resources are available to meet the needs of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in every community in our nation. Join The Arc of Arizona today!

Donate

By donating to The Arc of Arizona, you’re supporting our mission in Arizona. Consider giving a gift, or donating your vehicle!

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By following The Arc of Arizona on our social accounts, you get the latest updates.

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Volunteer

Do you want to help grow the grassroots advocacy movement in Arizona? Let us know how you want to volunteer. Contact Kristi Short at kristi@arcarizona.org, or at 602.234.2721.

Receive Advocacy Information

The Arc of Arizona’s Action Center contains the most current and up-to-date information on national and state disability-related legislation. Become the best advocate you can be and make your voice heard. Sign up to receive Action Alerts and the Capitol Insider today.

Become an Affiliated Chapter of The Arc

We invite you to become an affiliated chapter of The Arc and take advantage of the benefits of working with a national organization of nearly 700 state and local Chapters of all sizes and configurations throughout the United States. With our affiliated Chapters, The Arc is the largest community-based organization for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) leading a national movement advocating for and supporting families and individuals with I/DD across their lifetimes and across all diagnoses.

Want to Know More?

Contact Kristi Short at kristi@arcarizona.org, or at 602.234.2721.