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The Tadini House seeks a volunteer Community Organizer who will work under the direction of the President/CEO and assist with developing campaign strategies and lead on shaping organizing plans that advance the vision, mission, and goals of The Tadini House. The Community Organizer will lead by example and inspire diverse communities into action around various social justice campaigns. This position will also recruit new members to the participatory defense team; develop leaders and build committees, and mobilize members for direct action. The position also includes cultivating and maintaining relationships with key community organizations and elected officials. Ideal candidates must possess a demonstrated commitment to self-determination for communities negatively impacted by the criminal justice system, implement social change strategies, and the ability to empathize and build relationships with impacted community members.

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4460 E MAIN ST STE 120, MESA, AZ 85205, US

Mission Statement

Our mission is three-fold, to provide opportunities for networking in order to build social support during the re-entry process. To reduce stress, encourage the development and implementation of personal goals and leadership development through training in beautiful spaces. To empower families whose loved one is facing a criminal case and organize them to volunteer and engage in advocacy for the incarcerated and for those returning to society. Determined to make a difference for men like her sons, PJ began first by mentoring former prisoners from her home by offering guidance and developing opportunities for personal growth and development while pointing her participants toward services and at the same time monitoring their success in their personal goals. Later, PJ began reaching out to other like-minded people to assist in expanding her efforts to increase the number of men served by the Tadini House.


The Tadini House, is a community of people that create space for spiritual development to help men reach personal goals by using social activities, educational workshops, human values, meditation, visualization. healing rituals, and example. The Tadini house is a nonprofit organization, that was founded in 2016 in Phoenix Arizona by a mother with sons that served prison time. PJ, after years of personal experience, exploration and research, she came to the belief that to keep men from returning to prison and for them to become contributing members of society, they needed time and security for serious introspection, personal development, and healing as well as the time needed to build or repair relationships for long-lasting support.

Advocacy & Human Rights
Justice & Legal


We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.


  • Program Management
  • Community Outreach
  • Networking
  • People Skills
  • Relationship Building
  • Verbal / Written Communication




  • Must be at least 18
  • 20 hours per week
  • Strong commitment to racial justice, legal rights, and empowerment of impacted communities; Has dependable transportation; Ability to work well with a team and motivate others to take action while building The Tadini House Community.

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