Kokopelli Group Home, LLC

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Kokopelli has been in business since 2004. We provide safe, clean facilities for the program participants. In 2010 we established a clothing center for the participants. All clothing has been donated by the public and we do not charge people who receive the clothing. Some will donate a small amount, usually after they get a job and have the ability.

It is very hard for some of the program participants to get a job that pays a decent salary. Most work for minimum wage and some have worked many hours, only to find out the business is bankrupt or has been sold. They do not get paid after working for weeks..

Kokopelli is NOT a 501c3 organization. We are a closely held small business and must pay our own bills. We receive no assistance from State or Local agencies. Each Program Participant pays a weekly fee that includes all utilities (electricity, water sewer, etc.), bedding (beds, sheets, blankets, comforters, etc.), cleaning supplies, laundry (soap too), shampoo, television (Internet and Digital Antennae),  computers for searching for jobs and resume writing, telephone, and more. We do not provide food, as each program participant cooks their own meals with their food. They do get food from charity organizations or with Food Stamps, until they get a decent paying job.

There are many organizations that are  labeled as 501c3, but they have extensive administrative costs. Those costs support the salaries of the administrators and eat up a large portion of the donations.

We desire to make safety improvements to our facilities. The major improvements are Fire/Smoke Alarms that are wired together so if one alarm goes off, they all go off. Another safety improvement is the installation of a fire sprinkler system at each facility. With the combination of the two safety improvements, we would have the safest environment possible. These improvements are expensive, but very worthwhile.

Another effort would be to modify one house to make it ADA Complaint to accommodate those with physical handicaps (i.e. wheelchair, blind, etc). This is another expensive endeavor, but again very worthwhile.

Our program is a Transitional Program. One where people can enter and plan to move to a more permanent location once they get established. This process may take 3-6 months. 

Please use the Chase QuickPay to make your Donation.

Chase Bank Quick Pay-Instructions. See the Chase Bank Help Center for detailed Instructions

For Chase Bank Customers:

Chase customers can simply go to the "Chase QuickPay" tab under "Payments and Transfers," click "Sign Up Now" and follow the instructions. Before using the service, they'll need to verify a primary email address using a one-time activation code sent by email. Go to the Chase QuickPay button below.

If you already have set up Chase QuickPay then you can go to the Chase QuickPay button below.

The Kokopelli email address for Chase QuickPay is kokopelli@azrecovery.org.

Chase QuickPay DEMO                    

Non-Chase customers can follow these steps:

Go to Chase.com/QP and click "Sign Up Now" under "Not a Chase Customer?". If you've sent money to a non-Chase customer, your recipient will receive a payment notification email with a link to the enrollment process. Create a User ID and Password to use when logging on at www.Chase.com/QP. Add a non-Chase bank account to use when sending money. Verify an email address using a one-time activation code Chase will send by email or text message.

Non-Chase customers can send money immediately after enrolling in Chase QuickPay for one transaction, You can send a one payment of up to $250, until the following verification process is completed.

After this one transaction, or to send or accept a payment over $250, you will need to verify your non-Chase bank account. Chase uses a simple process called "trial deposits." Chase makes two small deposits to your account and then asks the you to verify the amounts by entering them at Chase. This takes one to two business days.

Chase will also make one small withdrawal to cover the two small deposits. The recipient enters the amounts of the two deposits only and not the amount of the withdrawal.

Note: The receiver (Kokopelli) will not see your account number or other account details, and you won't see theirs. You and Kokopelli only need to know each other's email address or mobile phone number.

The Kokopelli email address for Chase QuickPay is kokopelli@azrecovery.org.

Chase QuickPay DEMO                    

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