Nonprofit social services organizations of the year: Goodwill, Habitat for Humanity

(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Goodwill of Central and Northern Arizona, and Habitat for Humanity.)

By Michael Gossie | AZ Big Media

Never before has the Arizona business community needed leaders who are agile, adaptable, and innovative more than they are needed in today’s rapidly expanding economy. That’s what the Champions of Change awards are all about — recognizing those dynamic innovators and trailblazers who are changing Arizona’s economic environment through leadership and visionary thinking.

“We created the Champions of Change Awards to recognize those innovative leaders, for-profit companies, and nonprofits who are changing the landscape of Arizona business,” says AZ Big Media Publisher Amy Lindsey. “These awards shine a spotlight on the state’s true game-changers and thought leaders. This is an awards event that is unlike any other the state has even seen.”

In the days that follow, the 2022 Champions of Change will be spotlighted right here on Be sure to check back every day.

Goodwill of Central and Northern ArizonaIn 2021, Goodwill launched a new real estate division that is helping Goodwill’s across the country with their brokerage deals and, an online platform to help job seekers.

Habitat for Humanity Central ArizonaSince 1985, Habitat for Humanity Central Arizona has built more than 1,170 homes, completed more than 2,500 repairs and improved a place called home for more than 3,800 Arizona families.


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