The Assistance League of Tucson serves more than 13,000 members of our community through their thrift shop proceeds, individual donations, fundraisers, and generous grants. There programs include Assault Survivor Kits, Hooked on Books, Operation School Bell, Teddy Bears and Toiletries for Students.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Tucson has been in the forefront of youth development in Tucson for over 50 years. The Boys & Girls Clubs of Tucson currently provides affordable alternatives and after-school programming to over 9,000 youth across Tucson and serves over 4,500 active Club members each year at our six Clubhouse locations throughout Tucson. Their programs are offered year-round and are safe, fun and affordable for all youth.
Youth On Their Own (YOTO) is a dropout prevention program that supports the high school graduation and continued success of youth experiencing homelessness in Pima County. Their programs have assisted over 16,000 homeless and compromised students have been empowered to stay in school and pursue opportunities for self-sufficiency.
The Lapan Sunshine Foundation, Inc. supports organizations and individuals who seek to better themselves and the world around them including providing the primary funding for the Lapan College and Career Club for local students, Nana’s Mavins and Sunshine Therapy Animals.
Flowing Wells Community Schools creates a dynamic source of community support for Flowing Wells School District projects and programs. FWEF funds school and education related projects, specifically, mini grants for teachers to use directly in their classrooms, and scholarships for underprivileged Flowing Wells students attending college. Additionally, the foundation funds various other classroom, department, grade level, school, or district-wide projects.
"Your generous donation helped provide new clothing for students in area Title 1 schools through our Operation School Bell program. Thanks to you, our Starting over Supplies program gave baskets of new items for the kitchen, bedroom and bath for Tucson residents who are being newly housed and have nothing. Clothing and snacks for adult and child survivors of abuse were distributed through our Assault Survivor Kits program. Your organization has given us the opportunity to help so many deserving people in the Tucson area. Assistance League is proud to partner with the Community Extension Program."
Assistance League of Tucson
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