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Tucson REALTORS® Charitable Foundation


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.


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

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.

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2023 3rd Quarter Grant Recipients


Carden of Tucson seeks to develop students who are capable, confident, eager, alert, courageous, just, self-critical, compassionate, courteous, and happy. Through high standards and group collaboration the Carden of Tucson learning environment fosters reason, respect, and responsibility within the school and Tucson community. Carden of Tucson students graduate from the Carden community with confidence and understanding, prepared for their individual futures.

Carden of Tucson’s mission is to provide exceptional academic, physical, leadership, and social programs to enable each student to reach his or her full potential, and to prepare the students for success in their further educational endeavors.

Mobile Meals of Southern Arizona

Mobile Meals of Southern Arizona began in 1968 as a project of Meals on Wheels, when a grant was received to provide a more robust meal delivery service to older persons than what Meals on Wheels offered. We began providing special diet meals, and two meals daily, to meet this need, and continue to do so today.

In 1970, when the grant ended, a core group of volunteers including those from the Pima County Medical Society Auxiliary, wanted to continue this service. And that’s when Mobile Meals of Tucson was born. We became Mobile Meals of Southern Arizona in 2017, to better reflect our geographic service area and the Board’s vision for growth in the decades to come.

Today, more than half of those serve require special diets, and we now offer three great meal service options to meet clients’ needs. We serve people of all income levels and offer reduced-cost options for people whose income meets our established eligibility guidelines.

With the goal of increasing the stability, well-being, and connection of Arizona’s foster, kinship, and adoptive families and their children, our purpose is to strengthen and encourage those families through education, financial and emotional support, relationships, and providing opportunity for a voice throughout their journey.

Family Housing Resources
“The mission of Family Housing Resources (FHR) is to assist low to moderate income families and individuals acquire decent, affordable housing. It advances that mission through its two principal divisions: the Homeownership Division, with its extremely-successful Home buyer Education & Counseling Programs; and, the Multi-Family Residential Services Division which oversees the rental communities embracing nearly 186 living units.”

2023 2nd Quarter Grant Recipients

The Abbie School evolved from The Abbie Loveland Tuller School, a boarding school and college that operated for nearly 60 years in Tucson. The Abbie School was founded by parents, under “The Arizona Center for Autism,” a federally recognized, tax-exempt organization. To this day, Abbie School parents and families continue to be an integral part of our school and the Arizona autism community, where their input and volunteerism are welcome and valued.
The Arizona Heroes Memorial will be open to the public, a hallowed place honoring those brave, outstanding individuals past and present who have dedicated their lives to ensuring our American values. The Memorial will be unique to Arizona, a dedicated place to provide people with a physical space to remember and to learn.
St Luke’s Home is a holistic, assisted-living community for people aged 55 and older of limited financial means. If you or a loved one fall within this category, come visit St Luke’s Home or explore our site and get to know the St Luke’s Home difference. You feel the difference when you walk through the doors of St Luke’s Home, which is located on the edge of the University of Arizona campus in the historic Feldman Neighborhood of Tucson, Arizona.

2023 1st Quarter Grant Recipients

The mission of Angel Heart Pajama Project is “to provide new pajamas and books to children who are abandoned, abused, removed from homes and placed in foster care or living in homeless shelters in the City of Tucson, South Tucson, and in surrounding Cochise, Pima, Santa Cruz, and Yuma counties in Southern Arizona.

Candlelighters supports, serves and advocates for children and adolescents with cancer and other blood disorders, their families, long term survivors, bereaved families, and the professionals that care for them.

Candlelighters currently serves approximately 300-450 children and family members annually. In Southern Arizona about 70 children a year are diagnosed with cancer, and treatment lasts an average of 2 ½ years. For many children, the long term effects remain for a life time and navigating a new normal in school is very difficult. School advocacy is an area for which we provide numerous resources.

The mission of Reach For The Stars is to uniquely improve mental health for children and the community: through astronomy, STEM, and volunteer opportunities, influencing the course of history for generations to come.


Act One,  Alzheimer’s Association, American Red Cross of Southern Arizona, Amphitheater Public Schools Foundation, Angel Charity for Children, Angel Heart Pajama Project, Arizona Blind & Deaf Children’s Foundation, Arizona Housing Fund, Arizona Theatre Company, Arizona Youth Partnership, Arts Express, Inc., Assistance League of Tucson, Aviva Children’s Services, Boys & Girls Clubs of Tucson, Boulder Crest Foundation, Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation, Care Fund, Casa de los Niños, Chicanos Por La Causa, Children’s Clinic , Children’s Musuem Tucson | Oro Valley, Community Food Bank, Community Home Repair Projects of Arizona, Congenital Heart Defect Families of Tucson,  Courtney’s Courage , Dancing in the Streets, Diaper Bank of Southern Arizona, earn to learn, Easter Seals Blake Foundation, Educational Enrichment Foundation, Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse, Family Housing Resources, First Book – Tucson, Fred Lewis Foundation for Youth Handball, Gabriel’s Angels, Gaitway, Habitat for Humanity, Handi-Dogs, Inc., Haven Totes, The Hearth Foundation, Homicide Survivors Inc., Honor Flight Southern Arizona, Humane Society of Southern Arizona, I am you 360, Integrative Touch for Kids, Interfaith Community Serices, JobPath, Kent’s Heart and Hope Foundation, LEWC, Make Way for Books, Marana Schools 2340 Foundation, Mobile Meals of Tucson, Our Family Services, Parent Aid, Primavera Foundation, Reach-Out Pregnancy Center, Renewal Centers, Inc., San Miguel High School, Shayann Kindness, Soldier’s Best Friend, Southern AZ AIDS Foundation, St. Luke’s Home, St. Piux X Roman Catholic Church dba CarePortal, Sun Sounds of Arizona, The Salvation Army , The Shyann Kindness Project , Therapeutic Riding of Tucson, Tu Nidito, Tucson Alliance for Autism, Tucson Arizona Boys  Chorus, Tucson Arts Brigade, Tucson Aztecs Soccer, Tucson Botanical Gardens, Tucson Clean & Beautiful, Tucson Hospitality Inn, Tucson Interfaith HIV/AIDS Network, Tucson Jewish Community Center, Tucson Police Officers Charitable Foundation,  Wheels for Kids, Youth On Their Own