A New Leaf
  • On this holiday that usually centers around the scary, consider using it as a force for good.

  • There are plenty of ways to cheer up somebody you love, many of them only involving your time.

  • It’s never too early to start teaching your children about the impact they can have in the world by spreading kindness.

  • Karina was just 18 when she married her husband. But soon he became abusive, endangering her and her son's lives. This is her story of moving past abuse and living free once again.

  • With changing seasons comes more than just pumpkin-spice-flavored everything and crunchy fall leaves. The new season also brings forward new opportunities to do good out in the world.

  • While it’s easy to get wrapped up in checking in on others, it’s important for your mental health to practice self-care.

  • Who knew that making a difference in the world could be as easy as wi-fi and your own couch? Leave it to the world of do-gooders to find ways to volunteer, even in the midst of a global pandemic!

  • When it comes to giving back, there are many ways for you to help out your local nonprofits without having to leave your home.

  • This back-to-school season, do more than simply prepare for a new school year—help those in need.

  • When it comes to living an altruistic life that can help make a difference for others, one of the most valuable things you can give your community is the gift of volunteering.

  • The turning point began when Rodney entered A New Leaf’s Desert Leaf Apartments in Mesa. This 19-unit supportive housing complex serves families and individuals experiencing homelessness or severe mental illness, particularly veterans.

  • When mindful meditation becomes part of your daily routine, you’ll notice its benefits become a regular part of your life.

  • Read our 2020 Summer Newsletter, with incredible stories about lives changes by you - our volunteers, donors, and supporters.

  • A New Leaf is actively working to assist Mesa households avoid eviction and utility shutoffs. Watch as Mesa City Council Member and A New Leaf staff discuss what is being done, and what is left to do.

  • At 58 years old, starting over is going to be hard for Ken. As an incredibly independent and driven man, he never expected to find himself at a men’s homeless shelter.