Carefree Community Spirit & Resources 

Foothills Caring Corps Programs
The Caring Corps are dedicated to promoting independence and enhancing the quality of life for older residents throughout our Community. We do this through a force of volunteers and staff who deliver services and support that provide access to basic needs such as food, medical care, and activities that promote physical, mental and emotional health. 
Call Today 480.488.1105
For more details and new updates visit: http://www.foothillscaringcorps.com/

In Home Services:
- Friendly Visiting and Phoning 
- Mobile Meals 
- Caregiver Relief
- Business Assistance
-Computer Help

- Minor Home Repair
- Care Alert
- Transportation 
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Kiwanis Annual Pancake Breakfast in the Sanderson Lincoln Pavilion
Carefree Kiwanis...We Do It For the Kids

The generous spirit of the Kiwanis of Carefree has played a role in the town's history and continues today.

 Our focus is on helping children recognize and develop their potential. We offer post-secondary scholarships, summer art programs, community science fairs and mentoring, special needs support, youth service organizations and more. The vast majority of the funds we raise are invested in the children of our community; and programs benefitting the community; a postion is also donated to eradicate diseases in third world countries in conjunction with Kiwanis International initiatives and to disaster relief around the world.
Today our club has about 200 members, ranking us within the top ten largest Kiwanis clubs in the world. We believe that investing even one fraction of one's time, talents, energies and experiences will make a world of difference tomorrow.

We also believe in making friends and having fun along the way. We have parties like Western Night, mixers and more social events.

Call 480-488-8400 or visit http://kiwaniscarefree.org/
 

Foothills Food Bank and Resource Center
THE VISION:  
To assist the hungry and in need in the Foothills area.

 In 1988, the food bank was founded because there was a large Hispanic population that was in need.  Today the majority of the population that we are serving is non-Hispanic.  In the beginning we would see, on average, 45 families a month.  Today we see over 500 families per month.

Seniors in need are the fastest growing demographic that we serve.  They struggle to make ends meet on fixed incomes.  The food they receive from the Foothills Food Bank helps them to be able to pay other expenses.
Donate Today! http://www.foothillsfoodbank.com/
480.488.1145



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Desert Foothills Library
 
The Desert Foothills Library is a 501 (c) 3 Non-Profit public library of 20,000 square feet which offers a full range of items for check out including books, audio books, DVDs, music CDs and magazines.

The library is located at 38443 North School House Road (one block north of Cave Creek Road on the east side).

Although the Desert Foothills Library is not geographically in the Town of Carefree, it is the Public Library for the Town.Carefree Residents are encouraged to participate in the library as cardholders, donors or volunteers. The library is open 7 days a week! 

A full calendar of library programs can be found at the library website. www.dfla.org   

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Desert Foothills Womans Club
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2015-2016 Board of Directors for the Desert Foothills Womans Club. Cathy Phillips is the current president.

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Get involved! Contact (402) 547-7196
 
The Desert Foothill's Woman's Club, comprised of women from the Carefree, Cave Creek and North Scottsdale area was founded in 1968 with a mission to promote and encourage social and civic interest of local women.  The organization has monthly luncheon meetings.  They currently meet at Grayhawk Golf Club and each month a different speaker with information of interest to the members presents.  
In addition to their regular monthly meetings they have a number of interest groups including Book club, Bridge, Bunco, Cooking Group, Dinner Groups, Journaling, Movie Group, Painter Sisters & more.  We currently have approximately 100 members.  The club has one fundraiser a year which is held the 2nd Thursday of each year.  This year's fundraiser "Hooray for Hollywood" will be held February 11, 2016 in the evening at the "Speakeasy" Restaurant in Carefree.  Each year proceeds from our fundraisers go to local organizations such as Foothills Library, Horses Help, Food Bank, Cave Creek Museum as well as local high school senior women as they further their education.