Charities We Support

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HOLIDAY FOOD BASKETS

Child Family Services in Tucson help families in need, many of which have children with severe developmental disabilities such as Down’s Syndrome and Cerebral Palsy.  In conjunction with behavioral health services, assistance for children and young adults may include daily structured activities, in-home care, and caregiver relief. For over 20 years PCA-SAR has sponsored charity raffles and charity autocross events to provide funding to Child Family Services for holiday food baskets. This endeavor was started by Dick Huhn, a former PCA-SAR board member, and in his honor we continue this tradition.  In this way, we hope to make these families holidays a little brighter. For more information and volunteer services, please contact PCA-SAR liaison Patsy Conklin.

 

DM50

This annual car show is always a great event with all proceeds benefiting The Kachina Fund -- supporting young families at Davis Monthan AFBase. Your entry includes drinks and a fine lunch as well as of lots of time spent with the friendly service men and women at DM and their delightful kids who all love cars.

TASL

Tucson Arthritis Support League (TASL), established in 1977, is an all-volunteer organization dedicated to those living with arthritis. TASL has established a variety of programs to aid and assist those with arthritis. The programs include: Self-Help Devices: TASL offers over 200 items that may be purchased at cost. Members demonstrate the various devices, which are designed to be easily usable by individuals with arthritis. Some of the items include jar openers, faucet turners, and car door openers. Scholarship Awards: TASL provides tuition grant/assistance to college students with arthritis. Each year, the scholarship program has two to three students who are enrolled in an accreditated Arizona university or college program leading to a degree. Click HERE to visit their web site.

 

arts express

Arts Express believes the arts can change lives and build a better community. The Fine Arts Youth Academy opens up the world of the arts to children. The Academy gives school age children the opportunity to participate in opera, dance, orchestra, band, visual arts, mariachi, folklorico dance, and musical theatre. Fees are purposely kept low so that children of every socioeconomic status can participate. Even so, over thirty percent of the students receive scholarships funded through donations and the revenues generated from Arts Express productions. Click HERE to visit their web site.

 

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