donations

Pima County Sheriff's Dept. donates Bicycles and Clothings

Christmas came early for children at the Advocacy Center. Thanks to the staff at the Pima County Sheriff's Property Dept., bicycles and clothing were donated to be used for needy kids. Rather than putting these items up for public auction, they will be given to children who come to the Center. Hurrah for our Trusted Officers in Uniform.

SAVERS need Donations for Winterwear!

Donate your Fall and Winter Clothing, Home Décor, Housewares and Small Kitchen Electrics to Savers for a Worthy Cause– Today!

All donations benefit Southern AZ. Children’s Advocacy Center.

Savers especially needs: Clothing for the Family- Jeans, Long Sleeve Shirts, Sweaters, Coats, Active Sportswear, Scarves, Hats, Gloves/Mittens. Shoes & Boots for the Family. Also needed are Bed and Bath Linens, Home Décor, Housewares and Small Electrics.

By donating, you’re helping to keep quality reusable items from being needlessly discarded …for a greener planet!

Teenage Angel

Emme is a hard working, generous, and imaginative teenage. For a school project she turned ordinary pencils into ice creme cones and sold them at school. With the $109 proceeds, she bought snacks, drinks, socks and underwear for the children who come to the Center in times of crisis. She is an Angel in the making. Thanks from all the kids who will benefit from your good works.

Savers Needs your Winter Clothes and Housewares

Did you know that your donated clothes and items to Savers are used to help cover the costs of our non- profit agency ? Currently Savers especially needs house wares and kitchen appliances. Also in high demand are home decor items, bed and bath linens, shoes and boots for the family. Savers also could utilize good quality winter clothes such as jeans, long sleeve shirts, sweater, coats, kids and infant winter wear. Items can also be dropped off directly at the Savers Store on 5845 E.

Tucson Hebrew Academy Passport to Peace

We are proud that the Tucson Hebrew Academy choose the Southern Arizona Children's Advocacy Center as a charity in the Passport to Peace Mitzvah Fair. During the fair, students give tokens to the charity they like the most and these tokens are converted to real money and given to the corresponding charity. This mitzvah ties in closely with "tikkun olam" which is a mandate to improve the world in which we live and is achieved through good deeds. Thank you for all the students who contributed to the needs of abused children in southern Arizona.

We need supplies!

We are very excited about the new programs our community’s children will be participating in the next year. We greatly appreciate donations of supplies that the children can use during the time they spend at our Center. Please visit our list of needed supplies.

Tohono O'odham Nation chooses the Children's Advocacy Center

The Children’s Advocacy Center of Southern Arizona was selected by the Tohono O'odham Nation to receive $15,000 from the 12% Gaming Distribution program. Under Proposition 202, passed in 2002, Arizona tribes agreed to share a portion of their gaming revenues to cities, town or counties for the purpose of benefiting the general public. We are proud to have been selected by the Tohono O'odham Nation, and look forward to working with them to provide the best of care for our kids.

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We have many amazing donors that allow us to achieve our mission.
Special thanks to:

Desert Toyota
Cox Community
Tucson Federal Credit Union Fraternal Order of Knights Pima County Attorney's Office
Tanque Verde Optimist Club
Trico Electric Cooperation
Copperpoint Insurance
Thoroughbred Nissan
Vantage West
Frank's Sports Grill
Pima County Treasurer's Dept.
Western Refining Tretschcok McNamara & Miller Kinerk, Schmidt & Sethi PLLC Rusing Lopez & Lizardi