OUR MISSION
To make a positive IMPACT by improving lives and inspiring futures in our underserved Southern Arizona communities.
    - Catalina
    - Oro Valley
    - SaddleBrooke
    - Northwest Tucson
    - Southeastern Pinal County
    - Greater Vail Community

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IMPACT of Southern Arizona is a member of the SaddleBrooke Triad, Better Business Bureau, The Oro Valley Chamber of Commerce, The Vail Chamber of Commerce, The Alliance of Arizona Non-Profits, and an agency of the Community Food Bankof Southern Arizona and Pima Council On Aging. The State of Arizona recognizes us as an organization that helps the working
 poor, allowing donors to use their contributions as a tax credit. In 2012 we were named Non-Profit of the Year by the Oro Valley Chamber of Commerce.

IN NW TUCSON
MAIN OFFICE
& FOOD BANK
3535 E. Hawser St.
Tucson, AZ 85739
520-825-0009

IN VAIL

13190 E. Colossal Cave Rd. #130

Old Vail Station
(2 doors down from the Vail P.O.)

Vail, AZ 85641

520-222-4966

www.impactsoaz.org


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Proceeds from the Golden Goose Thrift Shop benefit IMPACT SoAZ and SaddleBrooke Community Outreach. Click here to get your Goose coupon! http://www.goldengooseaz.com/coupon.html

Organizations and Churches Holding Recent Food Drives
  • The Colossal Cave Halloween Howl raised 983 lbs.
  •  The students at Cienega High School National Honor Society in Vail raised 1,572 pounds of donated food.

November Food Drives

  • Vista de la Montana Methodist Church -- 105 lbs.
  • KIDS HELPING KIDS Club Coronado K-8 --  249lbs.
  • Lutheran Resurrection Church brought 1031 lbs.
  • Democrats of Oro Valley dropped off 90 lbs.
       
  • Bank of the West (SaddleBrooke)
  • Church of the Apostle - peanut butter & cereal drive
  • Golder Ranch Fire Dept. - peanut butter & cereal drive
  • Acacia Elementary in Vail -- Ms. Edwards' 5th grade class
  • St. Vincent de Paul
  • Sierra of Tucson
Thank You for Helping Familes & Seniors During This Holiday Season!

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    It's Easy to Hold a Food
    or Clothing Drive!

    CLICK HERE 
    for a list
    of needed items.


    Check out our short video below!
    You Can Help Make a Child’s Holidays Brighter!

    Our Holiday Adopt-a-Child program will be gearing up in October. We usually plan on providing gifts to 200-250 local low income children, newborn to eighteen years old. You can be part of this heartwarming project! For each child you adopt, you will receive his or her personalized wish list which will include clothing items and two toys. For more information and to sign-up for the Holiday Adopt-a-Child program, please contact:
    Iliana Recinos, Program Manager
    825-0009 iliana@impactsoaz.org

    Our Holiday Adopt-a-Child program will be gearing up in October. We usually plan on providing gifts to 200-250 local low income children, newborn to eighteen years old. You can be part of this heartwarming project! For each child you adopt, you will receive a personalized wish list which will include clothing items and two toys.


    For more information and to sign-up for the Holiday Adopt-a-Child program, 


    Please Contact::
    Iliana Recinos, Program Manager
    825-0009     

    iliana@impactsoaz.org


    IMPACT SoAZ is recognized by the State of Arizona as an organization assisting struggling families and seniors. This means when you donate, you can take advantage of a tax credit to $200 for individuals or heads of household and up to $400 for married couples filing a joint return. This credit can reduce your taxes more than a regular deduction for contributions, because you may get a dollar-for-dollar reduction in taxes owed. Note: For the Arizona Tax Credit an individual or couple can give $200/$400 to BOTH a school and a nonprofit and may be able to claim both tax credits. All donors will receive a tax receipt letter.
    Fill up your basket 
    with toiletry items at
    Dollar Tree 
    and help fill up
    our food bank shelves!
     only $20

    On  September 6 and September 9, we had the opportunity to chat with many of our volunteers and supporters as they shopped to help families and seniors in need. We also made some new friends!

    The staff at Whole Foods Oracle was so gracious and helpful! A special thank you to Jessica, Erica, and Jasmine! We will let you know the donation amount soon. We know that we can provide more meals at our senior center, or deliver to more area homebound seniors, or buy extra nutritional foods for hungry families.


                                             

     

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