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Helping People





Nicco, our CEO heads our Phoenix warehouse with a group of dedicated and wonderful volunteers! Come join us!

The 3000 Club's aim to supply food and resources to communities in need. Donations are accepted and all proceeds support our non-profit organization's mission.


American Medical Aid Program

The American Medical Aid Program, also known as The 3000 Club Medical Reclamation Project saves lives by recovering unused medical supplies, nutritional supplements, educational materials and personal care products and equipment. Every year, we reclaim more than several million dollars worth of medical supplies which are redistributed to people with critical needs both locally, nationally and globally.


Since 2008, the organization has helped deliver these medical resources directly to under served populations in the United States, Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, Haiti, Panama and the Philippines.  Volunteers are needed on a continuing basis to help find, sort and repack. Shifts are flexible and fun! We welcome groups who would like to volunteer on weekends.


If you have any questions, please contact us at email

Market on the Move

In October of 2010, the Market On the Move (MOM) was born. The 3000 Club partnered with churches and other non-profit organizations to host weekly events where semi-truck loads of produce were brought into the valley where a supporter can donate $10 and receive up to 60 lbs. of produce that they can share with anyone they know who are in need. By end of the winter produce in May 2014, there were more than 50 distribution sites in metro Phoenix and in Tucson with over 30 million pounds of produce have been rescued and redistributed.

During the hotter summer months, we run only out of our Phoenix and Tucson warehouses 6am-8am as a prepackaged boxed drive-through only. 

Host sites start up every October-January (sites are added every weekend as we get into the new produce season) and continue through the first weekend of June.


If you have any questions for the greater Phoenix area, please contact us via email or call us (623) 980-7357.

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Disaster Relief

The 3000 Club also works to address the immediate needs of those struggling in the aftermath of both natural & man-made disasters. In hopes of responding more effectively to these situations as they occur, we actively seek out partners and resources. We also conduct supply/equipment drives throughout the year . By preparing in advance, we can do more to provide the aid and relief that people in crisis need.

To help in this effort, the following items can be donated at both our warehouses anytime:

  • Beans

  • Biscuits/Crackers

  • Blankets

  • Canned Goods

  • Chap-Stick

  • First Aid Supplies

  • Lotions and SunBlocks

  • Pots & Pans

  • Pasta

  • Rice

  • Single Linen/Bed Sheets

  • Sleeping Bags

  • Socks

  • Soap

  • Shoes

  • Toothpaste

  • Toothbrush

  • Towels

  • Underwear (both genders/all sizes

MOM's Corner

MOMs Corner is a great way to obtain new and open box items for a very low donation. People wanting to help others can utilize MOMs Corner to get necessary items like household goods and clothing to the people they know in need.

We are open at our Phoenix warehouse during our Market On the Move events on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays.

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