​​213 S. Colcord

Payson, AZ 85541

Mailing address:  PO Box 1856, Payson, AZ 85547

pckprogram@gmail.com    928-978-7160

The Payson community is generous and simply put, we couldn't do it with out you.  Thank you!

​PCK is more than just an after school program.  It is place where children are valued, taught, respected, encouraged, loved, held to a standard and that's just a start.

While your donations "pay the bills,"  they do much more.  PCK helps develop the character of children and encourage them to make good decisions and be kind to one another.  Your support is the foundation of impacting the lives of children for the rest of their lives.

​Thank you for being PCK donor!

PCK has several "big ticket items" that need financial support....HVAC system, commercial dish washer, new outdoor grass for the front, replacement LED lighting for the building and others.  Call and find out how you can become a major donor for big ticket items.

Feeding PCK Children

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PCK story

​​​PCK Board

Suzy Tubbs,  President
703 E. Tyler Pkwy
Payson, AZ 85541
Realtor-ERA Young Realty & Investment

Jimi Lei Nitso,  Vice President
206 S. Bentley
Payson, AZ 85541
Independent Sales-Plexus Corporation
Dana Ashton,  Treasurer
809 W. Colt
Payson, AZ 85541
Owner-Hawt Dogs

Laura Miedinger,  Secretary
806 West Annies Alley
Payson, AZ 85541
Independent Message Therapist 

Jon C. Avakian,  Member
107 N Mogollon Trial
Payson, AZ 85541
Owner-Road Runner Rubbish Removal

Payson Community Kids

Copyright Payson Community Kids. All rights reserved.

​​​​​​​Claudia attended PCK when she was a child.  Now she is married with children of her own.  She says, "Because of PCK I had a better childhood.  It shaped me and made me the person I am today."  Claudia was one of the original group of children who attended PCK.  They met in Marcy Rogers house for games and a snack.  Over the years the leadership of PCK has evolved and changed but the mission remains the sa​me:  to promote the healthy growth and development of Payson children.

PCK was founded in the early 2000's and has been a 501 c 3 nonprofit since 2007. During this time it has shaped the lives of many children.  It has grown from a two-day-a-week program to five days a week with dinner served each day.

Almost all the children who attend PCK are from low-income or working poor families.

​​​Snacks are provided by the United Food Bank and include everything from applesauce to whole grain chips to fruit.


Evening meals are provided by local organizations and restaurants.  When  they are not scheduled, the PCK staff and volunteers cook the meals.

Individuals wishing to provide an evening meal should call PCK at 478-7160.   Meals should serve 100 children and offer a balanced meal.

A thousand thanks to our Dinner Sponsors!