UUJAZ – Unitarian Universalist Justice Arizona
Our mission is to engage Arizona Unitarian Universalists in justice making through: nurturing congregational social justice ministries; connecting UU activists and congregations across the state; partnering with like-minded justice organizations; empowering UUs to work for socially just public policy.
Keep Flagstaff Together
Dedicated to creating an inclusive community, welcoming refugees, and protecting undocumented immigrants; raising community awareness of the issues immigrants face and advocating for compassionate public policies.
Northern Arizona Interfaith Council
Since 2000, NAIC has been organizing to improve the lives of families in Northern Arizona across justice areas, such as immigration, housing, education and employment.
Black Lives Matter Flagstaff Solidarity Action Group
Native Americans for Community Action
The mission of NACA is to provide preventative wellness, strategies, empower and advocate for Native people and others in need, to create a healthy community based on Harmony, Respect, and Indigenous Values.
Together, We Will Northern Arizona
We stand for equality and against sexism, racism, xenophobia, homophobia and environmental destruction. This group works to advance these goals through an intersectional approach toward activism, fundraising, dialogue and community.
Flagstaff Indivisible educates voters on issues and candidates and advocates legislation and governance that furthers justice, inclusion, accuracy, and well-being for all people.
Our Voice, Our Vote Arizona
We Engage. We Educate. We Empower. We Win. Our work is spent engaging the New American Majority! We center our fight for justice advocating for the most pressing issues affecting the Black, Latino, and Millennial communities.
League of Women Voters
The League is a non-partisan group working on vital issues of concern to the public (such as voting rights and fair elections). Beacon contact: Sue Strobel.
Northern Arizona Pride Association’s mission is to educate, celebrate and increase acceptance and awareness of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBTQ) community of Flagstaff and northern Arizona. Produces the annual Pride in the Pines festival.
Flagstaff Family Food Center
Feeding the community 365 days a year. FFFC serves hot meals, provides children’s literacy programs and distributes emergency food boxes to our food insecure neighbors.
Flagstaff Shelter Services
Open all day, every day, ready to provide emergency shelter and services to all people crisis, regardless of faith, sobriety or mental health and give them the tools and resources needed to move out of homelessness for good. Phone number: 928-225-2533
Planned Parenthood – Flagstaff Health Center
Provides high-quality, affordable health care and sex education, with or without insurance. STD testing, birth control and pregnancy services.Phone number: 928-779-3653
Moms Demand Action
A grassroots movement of Americans fighting for public safety measures that protect people from gun violence. Beacon Contact: Sue Strobel
Victim Witness Services Coconino County
A source of healing, empathy and support to people and communities that have experienced trauma. Phone number: 928-856-7676 or (in case of an emergency: 911)