The Voice of Real Estate within Southern Arizona

Tucson REALTORS® Charitable Foundation

2017 Fourth-Quarter Grants

Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse -$2,500
Emerge is the largest domestic violence service provider in Southern Arizona and the only shelter specifically for victims of domestic violence. Last year, Emerge provided services to 2,306 adults and 338 children.This grant will assist with community-based services including Domestic Violence education, safety planning, lay legal assistance, case management, family and children’s services, support group sessions, and life skills education.

Fred Lewis Foundation for Youth Handball -$1,500
Fred Lewis Foundation’s mission is to enrich the lives of children through the sport of handball and other activities. This grant will assist a group of children to compete in a youth handball tournament in Chicago.

Sun Sounds of Arizona -$2,250
Sun Sounds works to bridge the gap between current print media and people who cannot use it because of a disability. It offers a means to access current local information basic to daily living. This grant will support the daily reading of the Arizona Daily Star on the radio.

Haven Totes -$1,250
Haven Totes provides weekend meals to elementary school age children from low income families, who participate in a free breakfast/lunch program during the school week. Many of these children experience food insecurity on the weekends, when they may or may not have anything to eat. The grant will assist funding these weekend meals.

Youth On Their Own -$2,500
This grant will support the Student Living Expense Program, which provides accountability-based financial assistance and one-on-one supportive services to homeless and abandoned students thorough out Tucson and Pima County.

2017 Third Quarter Grants
2017 Second Quarter Grants
2017 First Quarter Grants






The Tucson REALTORS® Charitable Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization which makes funds available to organizations through a grant application process from donations by its REALTOR® and Affiliate members and friends. 

The Foundation is charged with hosting a variety of events in efforts to help raise funds.



MISSION:

Our mission is to assist our community by enhancing its quality of life through
financial programs, education, and housing-related initiatives and community activities.

Monies Raised:

The Tucson REALTORS® Charitable Foundation Fund-Raising Committee is charged with hosting a variety of events in efforts to help raise funds.

2017 Fund-Raising Events include: Dareoke, Epic Water Battle, & our 11th Annual Golf Tournament on November 10th.

Past Recipients:

Alzheimer’s Association, American Red Cross-Southern Arizona Chapter, Angel Charity for Children, Arizona Blind & Deaf Children’s Foundation, Arizona Fisher House, Arizona Youth Partnership, Aviva Children’s Services, Boys & Girls Club of Tucson, Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation, Care Fund, Community Home Repair of Southern Arizona, Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona, Educational Enrichment Foundation, Emerge!, Family Housing Resources, First Book-Tucson, Gabriel’s Angels, Gaitway, Habitat for Humanity, Tucson, Handi-Dogs Inc., Honor Flight Southern Arizona, Humane Society of Southern Arizona, Interfaith Community Services, Job Path, Make Way for Books, Military Assistance Mission, Primavera Foundation, Reach-Out Pregnancy Center, Renewal Centers Inc., Southern AZ AIDS Foundation, Therapeutic Riding of Tucson, Tucson Alliance for Autism, Tucson Arizona Boys Chorus, Tucson Arts Brigade Tucson Clean & Beautiful, Tucson Aztecs Soccer, Tucson Botanical Gardens, Tucson Hospitality Inn, Tucson Police Officers Charitable Foundation, Youth On Their Own



Grant Application Process

Non-profit 501(c)3 organizations operating within the areas served by the Tucson Association of REALTORS® are eligible for grant consideration provided they meet the evaluation criteria.

The Tucson REALTORS® Charitable Foundation Board of Directors meets quarterly (March, June, September, and December) to evaluate applications. Applications must be received by March 1st, June 1st, September 1st, and December 1st in order to be considered at the quarterly meeting.

For additional information and grant application form