Rev. Eve Nunez has dedicated her life to public service and has embodied the values of Cesar Chavez since she was a young adult. At the age of 17, Rev. Nunez volunteered and protested alongside Cesar Chavez. Even in her adolescence, she understood the importance of human rights, and public service. Since her early years of volunteering with Chavez, she has led a life devoted to public service, the fight for human rights, and faith. Rev. Eve Nunez is the Founder and President of Help 4 Kidz, which is an organization she founded after the passing of her beloved son Frankie. This non-profit organization has received local and national awards for her work with at risk children and young adults. Help for Kidz is a National Partner with the U.S. Department of Agriculture and has a SNAP satellite that also provides food boxes for homeless families in the valley. Help 4 Kidz served approximately 1680 meals per week last summer for The First Lady's "Let’s Move" Initiative. Help 4 Kidz is also a HUD approved site. The Help 4 Kidz HUD office provides services where clients can apply for, and participate in, Rental Assistance, First-Time Home Buyers Program, Foreclosure Prevention, Loan modifications, HARP AND HEMC. Rev. Eve Nunez is also a Founder and President of Arizona Latino Commission, which is also a non-profit. Arizona Latino Commission is a HUD approved agency that serves clients with housing needs and foreclosure prevention/ first time home buyers program, and HARP. Rev. Eve Nunez is Vice President of Networking for National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference NHCLC which has over 34,000 churches and 16 million members. She is also an Executive Board member for NHCLC. She has recently become a member and citizen lobbyist for the American Israel Public Affairs Committee. She received the National Service Award from Former President George W. Bush 2001 and Volunteer Service Award from President Obama 2012. Rev. Eve Nunez resides in Phoenix, Arizona with her husband Joe Nunez of 31 years. She has three Children Emmanuel, Angelique, and Hannah Jane. When she's not working, she enjoys a nice cup of tea and an American history book. A former chef, Rev. Nunez loves to cook for her seven grandchildren.