Tucson REALTORS® Charitable Foundation

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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.

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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4th Quarter Grant Recipients

Casa De Los Ninos
 
The mission of Casa de los Niños is to promote child well-being and family stability in our community. For over 49 years, Casa de los Ninos has served Tucson community to prevent child abuse and neglect and to support and empower families. We deliver a continuum of evidence-based services to effectively address the needs of children and families within our community.
 
Edge High School
 
Edge is an AdvancED accredited, tuition free, charter high school, with 2 campuses in the greater Tucson area. Students can choose morning or afternoon schedules to best fit their needs. Edge offers both text and web based curriculum to meet the needs of students with diverse learning styles. Edge students enjoy small class sizes with a high level of individualized instruction. Students at Edge focus on three academic classes at a time and receive instruction from Highly Qualified and certified teachers.
 
Interfaith Community Services
 
While much has changed over the years, our focus at Interfaith Community Services remains consistent. Today, ICS continues to passionately pursue a single mission: to help people in need achieve stable, healthy, and independent lives.
 
Youth on Their Own
 
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. The organization was founded in 1986 when Ann Young, a guidance counselor in the Amphitheater School District, noticed that talented and motivated students were dropping out of school due to homelessness and being forced to live on their own without a parent or guardian. Inspired by the students’ tenacity and willingness to stay in school, other school counselors, teachers, volunteers, and community members came together to form YOTO with the goal of helping students graduate.

3rd Quarter Grant Recipients

GAP Ministries

GAP Ministries is a social service 501c3 nonprofit serving Southern Arizona since 1999. We Stand in the GAP to bring HELP to Children, HEALING to Families, and HOPE to our Community. GAP serves those in need because of our faith, but we serve indiscriminately, regardless of race, religion, or sexual orientation because we believe God cares about all people.
 
Family Housing Resources

Creates lasting solutions to help individuals and families reach financial freedom through housing support, education, and partnership. Family Housing Resources is a nonprofit 501(c) (3) Arizona corporation. 

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.

San Miguel High School

San Miguel High School opened in 2004 in order to create a learning community where students from communities of limited resources have the opportunity to develop to their full potential. Like other Cristo Rey Network schools, we are located where we may have the most impact.

2nd Quarter Grant Recipients

OUR FAMILY SERVICES

Our Family Services mission is to eliminate homelessness and strengthen our community. They do this by providing stability in times of crisis. Linking people to support and resources. Supporting social connectedness, engaging our neighbors to tackle tough community issues. 
 
MARANA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

The mission of the Student & Family Support Services Department is to ensure that ALL students have an equal opportunity to succeed in school by removing barriers to achieving academic and personal excellence. Our department offers a wide range of programs and services to MUSD students and the community. These programs and services are designed to address the academic and social needs of our students.

MAKE WAY FOR BOOKS

Make Way for Books is an early literacy nonprofit that provides proven programs, services, and resources to more than 18,000 young children, parents, and educators throughout southern Arizona each year. Our mission is to give all children the chance to read and succeed.

1st Quarter Grant Recipients

I AM YOU 360

I Am You 360 Hygiene Dispensaries  trains and employs primarily at risk youth to serve our Empowerment Hygiene Bags to their peers and refill every 6 weeks. Hygiene Dispensary Coordinator duties include soft and hard skills, excel spreadsheet, customer service skills, inventory, document incoming donations, and organizational skills.  Youth Hygiene Dispensary Coordinator receive a monthly stipend.  

ANGEL HEART PAJAMA PROJECT

Angel Heart Pajama Project’s mission is “to provide new pajamas and books and to foster literacy development in 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 surrounding counties in Southern Arizona including Pima, Cochise, and Santa Cruz”.

CONGENITAL HEART DEFECT FAMILIES OF TUCSON

Stacy Lipinczyk and Melissa Nail are both moms of children born with Congenital Heart Defects. Their friendship has blossomed over their passion of wanting to make a difference in our local CHD community by providing accessible resources to other local families, thus they created CHD Families of Tucson, a non-profit organization.


PAST RECIPIENTS:

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