OPERATION SCHOOL BELL®
Provides new school clothing including shoes and a jacket plus a brand new book for each student
3,835 Children dressed
More than 57,000 Children dressed since Operation School Bell’s inception in 1994.

 

STARTING OVER SUPPLIES
Families in need receive new bed linens, pillows, cleaning and cooking supplies to help them begin anew.
2,018 individuals served with 1,014 kits

 

ASSAULT SURVIVOR KITS®
Through Southern Arizona Center Against Sexual Assault, new clothing and toiletries for assault and rape victims are provided for use at area hospitals and trauma centers.
339 people served

 

TEDDY BEAR PROGRAM
Provides teddy bears to local service organizations, law enforcement, and hospitals to comfort children in crisis.
2,400 children received bears
31,00 bears distributed since 1989

OTHER PROGRAMS
Hooked on Books – Provides new books to recently immigrated students to help with English proficiency; over 3,000 books since the  program started in 2005
Child Advocacy – provides new clothing for victims after forensic exams as well as snacks for children waiting to be interviewed
Pass It On – useable but not saleable items are shared with other Tucson nonprofits to keep things out of the landfill

ASSISTEENS® AUXILIARY  
The high school auxiliary program, Assisteens Helping Tucson Teens, strengthens Title 1 middle school art, music, and physical education programs through donations of new materials.
$18,813 supported 16 Title 1 middle schools

 

VOLUNTEERS’ INVESTMENT
40,396 hours worked
411 chapter members
0  Paid staff

 

REVENUE and EXPENDITURES
Total Revenue:    $793,015*

Total Expenditures:  $786,469*

74.77% return to our community

Revenue sources:

$518,653 Thrift Shop
$84,618 Grants
$74,312 Fundraising Activities
$81,615 Donations
$29,838 Membership
$3,470 Other income
$509 Interest

Expenses:

$364,873 Operation School Bell
$118,541 Starting Over Supplies
$3,218 Assault Survivor Kits
$19,986 Teddy Bear Program
$6,343 Hooked on Books
$6,135 Child Advocacy
$50,140 Pass It On
$18,813 Helping Tucson Teens
$68,220 Thrift Shop
$33,376 Fundraising Events
$19,949 Membership Development
$76,875 Management & General

* Reviewed Financial Statement for May 1, 2015 to April 30, 2016