TEP’s Fabrication/Weld team delivered steel sculpture animals for Reid Park Zoo’s holiday events.
In 2022, TEP had three employees who each logged more than 500 hours as volunteer coaches for youth sports teams.
Homeless people are cleaning up neighborhoods and getting help finding shelter and permanent homes, thanks to Old Pueblo Community Services.
TEP employee Jamie Carpenter uses her time off to hone her skills in locating missing persons to bring relief or closure to worried families and friends.
As first-time parents, Kasy Schug and his wife knew they’d need guidance, information and resources for their baby with Down syndrome.
In addition to our other philanthropic focus areas, roughly $200,000 was designated to address growing housing needs.
For more than 20 years, Mary Fosdick has made volunteering at the Tucson Botanical Gardens part of her holiday tradition.