Our Family Services Inc. - $30,000
Our Family Services will provide temporary housing, food, clothing, furnishings and household goods to hundreds of homeless children, youth and families through the organization’s New Beginnings Shelter & Housing programs.
Youth On Their Own -
Youth on Their Own and its Student Living Expense Program provides financial assistance and other support to help more than 100 homeless youth become self-sufficient, complete high school and pursue other successes.
St. Elizabeth’s Health Center - $15,000
St. Elizabeth’s Health Center and its Emergency Dental Services for Low Income People program pays for filings, extractions, root canals and other oral surgeries for more than 100 people.
Round Valley Cares - $2,500
Round Valley Cares will install new refrigerator equipment that allows the organization to distribute fresh food along with food boxes to limited-income families in Apache County.
Sunnyside USD Foundation - $22,000
The Sunnyside School District Foundation Inc. and its Future City STEAM program pay the costs of educational experiences for students from backgrounds that are underrepresented in science, technology and engineering careers.
Act One -
The Act One field trip program sends students from schools serving limited-income families on field trips to art museums, theater performances, concerts and other artistic venues. Grant funds will cover the cost of tickets, transportation and educational materials for more than 1,100 students.
JobPath Inc. -
JobPath and its Ensure Success program provides financial support to unemployed or underemployed Pima County residents enrolled in college-level education and job-training programs for careers in the electric, nursing, engineering and aviation industries.
Apache County Youth Council - $4,000
Apache County Youth Council, which provides crisis prevention services to youth and families. Funding will help pay for training to recognize and report child abuse and neglect.
Environmental Protection and Sustainability
Tucson Wildlife Center - $11,500
Tucson Wildlife Center and the Injured Raptor Rescue Program, provides veterinary and rehabilitation care to injured and orphaned Coopers hawks, owls and other birds of prey.