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Our Annual Report, Community Newslink, is published in December and sent to our donors and clients. To be added to our mailing list, please contact us.
Every year, Assistance League of Tucson serves more than 13,000 people in need in the Tucson community. All funds raised stay in Tucson to help those most in need.
Through Southern Arizona Center Against Sexual Assault (SACASA), Children’s Advocacy Center of Southern Arizona and Emerge Center Against Domestic Abuse, this program provides new clothing and toiletries for assault and rape victims for use at area hospitals and trauma centers.
1,400 children from Children’s Advocacy Center of Southern Arizona aided
450 individuals from Southern Arizona Center Against Sexual Assault served
Hooked on Books provides four Tucson Title 1 schools in four districts with new books they need to support their classes.
1,457 books distributed to schools
The program supplies new school clothing, including shoes and a jacket plus a brand-new book to students from Title 1 schools. School representatives select children for the program.
4,280 children dressed for school
4,500 books distributed to 43 schools
43 Tucson area schools served
3 agencies served
More than 84,000 Children received new clothes since Operation School Bell’s inception in 1994
Families in need receive new bed and bath linens, cleaning and cooking supplies, dishes and cutlery to help them begin anew.
1,739 individuals served
934 families started fresh
38 social services agency partners distribute kits to clients
The program distributes teddy bears to local social service organizations, law enforcement, and hospitals to comfort children in crisis.
1,900 children received bears
33,900 bears distributed since 1989
14 agencies served
Our high school auxiliary program, Assisteens Helping Tucson Teens, strengthens Title 1 middle school art, music, and physical education programs through donations of new materials. They also volunteer with local nonprofits and with us.
9 Title 1 middle schools benefited from in-kind mini-grants for art, music, and PE programs.
7 agencies received volunteer support
111 members from 7 high schools contributed 1,778 hours to the community.
51,029 volunteer hours contributed
0 salaried staff
$1,516,582 = value of volunteers’ hours according to U.S. Department of Labor
Total Revenue: $1,123,180
Total Expenditures: $891,160
Return to Community: 65%
*Data from May 1, 2021 – April 30, 2022 audited financial statements