Beat the Heat Program

Bringing summer relief to low-income, homebound, isolated Seniors.

The City of Scottsdaleā€™s Beat the Heat Program was established to assist Scottsdale residents who are low income, isolated, homebound, or disabled and age 60 years or older. Those individuals who are enrolled in this program are visited by Human Services staff and provided a care package consisting of a re-usable bag, drinks, snacks, toiletries, note pads and pens, a book of stamps, and a $35 grocery gift card. During the visit, City of Scottsdale staff are able to assess the health and well-being of the participant, provide resource materials on many subjects, and make referrals to outside agencies as needed. Approximately 200 individuals participate in this program annually, which operates during the months of April through June.

How you can help

Monetary donations are the best way to support our programs, as it allows us to allocate funds and purchase items to cover specific gaps in resources. You can do so by either sending a check payable to Scottsdale Community Partners to 7700 E. Roosevelt St., Scottsdale, AZ 85257 or through an online donation by clicking HERE.

However, if you would like to support this program by donating items from our wish list below, simply drop them off at the Via Linda Senior Center, 10440 E. Via Linda, Scottsdale 85258.

For more information contact Susie Cummings at scummings@scottsdaleaz.gov or 480-312-5811.

Seniors participated in our Beat the Heat Program in 2016

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