Payson Community Kids Inc., is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that serves under-served children and their families residing in Payson, Arizona.

Program Description


Payson Community Kids, Inc., located in Payson, Arizona, is a non-profit organization that offers assistance and services to underserved children and their families residing in the Payson area. Program services and activities promote the physical, social and educational development of each child, so that he/she can achieve his/her individual potential and become a contributing member of the community. Payson Community Kids, Inc. supports active parent participation in program activities and promotes the family as the primary teacher for children.

Thank you!
















A big thanks to: 

Northern Gila Sanitary District 

for their generous donation of $8,000










For your generous donation of 1,000 for our Tamales for Toys event!








We appreciate all the great help and volunteer hours given for the Tamales for Toys event!








Thanks to Safeway PCK received a 1,000 dollar grant from Fight Childhood Hunger. 

"We give a hands up not a hands out!" -PCK

Payson Community Kids

Special Thanks

Thank you so much to everyone including volunteers, staff, and donors for such a wonderful 2014 Christmas! We were able able to provide Christmas gifts to 325 kids. Wow! That is a PCK record. With such hard work we provided shoes, clothing, hygiene products, toys, toiletries, and food. It was such a special season and it was even more special seeing the great joy that was brought to these kids.

Thank you for all the blessings!


Happy Holidays!!

Mission Statement


The mission of PCK is to promote healthy growth and development for Payson children and their families, and to encourage their positive participation in the Payson community and society in general. The program provides assistance with food, clothing, and occasional financial needs, as well as opportunities for social interaction and educational activities. Services are aimed at meeting basic material needs and encouraging the development of positive self-esteem and self-responsibility