The Foothills Club of Tucson is dedicated to ensure funds are raised to help assist the many children and families in need in Southern Arizona.  The Foothills Club of Tucson awards numerous grants and scholarships in support of local community youth programs, programs and services that support children in need and a variety of other local community needs specifically identified by the club. Below are organizations we have granted to in the last year:

  • Sold No More

    Sold No More’s mission is to end sex trafficking in Tucson and provide a hopeful solution to this problem through a three-fold strategy: prevention/awareness, enforcement/prosecution, and protection/restoration.

  • The First Tee of Tucson

    By participating in The First Tee, young people are introduced to these core values which are incorporated throughout the program: Honesty, Integrity, Sportsmanship, Respect, Confidence, Responsibility, Perseverance, Courtesy and Judgment.

  • El Grupo Youth Cycling

    El Grupo is a youth cycling organization that provides youth with experiences that are fun, skill-building, and bike centered, so that they can acquire the self confidence and leadership skills to be active and healthy members of the community.

  • Teen Outreach Pregnancy Services

    TOPS provides teens and young adults in Arizona with the education needed to make informed decisions about pregnancy, labor and delivery, parenting, and sexual health.

  • Arizona Friends of Foster Children Foundation

    The Arizona Friends of Foster Children Foundation promotes the self-esteem and enriches the lives of Arizona’s children in foster care by funding social, athletic and educational activities and items that provide them with quality experiences while they live through very difficult circumstances.

  • Angel Heart Pajama Project

    Angel Hearts provides pajamas and books to the children letting them feel like someone cares, and that at bedtime in their own new pajamas and reading their own new book will give them a feeling of comfort and love.

  • Edge High School

    As an innovator in non-traditional and individualized education, Edge’s mission is to provide better opportunities for success, to students with unrealized potential.

  • Higher Ground

    For 10 years, Higher Ground has specialized in comprehensive support to critically at-risk students suffering from the effects of childhood trauma and poverty.

  • Literacy Connects

    Literacy Connects is a Tucson nonprofit connecting people of all ages to a world of opportunities through literacy and creative expression.

  • Our Family Services

    Helping homeless and near-homeless youth finish high school, secure employment, pursue higher education, and plan for an independent future. In addition, providing emergency shelter and rapid re-housing for families, couples and individuals experiencing homelessness.

  • Project Linus

    Project Linus provides homemade blankets to children in need. Their blankets are lovingly made by adults and children from all walks of life and many different sources.

  • Tucson JCC

    Tucson J is open to the Tucson community for all people, all faiths, all identities, all abilities and all walks of life. They offer a robust schedule of events ranging from Arts & Culture to Sports & Wellness to Children & Family.

  • TRAK

    TRAK, Therapeutic Ranch for Animals and Kids, gives an often-rare experience to be a service provider to those less fortunate. Participants will receive specific educational skills, business, and vocational training that will aid in their efforts to help themselves, each other and their community.

  • Tu Nidito

    Tu Nidito offers a safe place where children, teens, young adults and families find comfort, hope and support while they are grieving the diagnosis of a serious illness or the death of a loved one.

  • Tucson Refugee Ministry

    Tucson Refugee Ministry educates, equips and mobilizes the church to serve refugees in our community and beyond.

  • Ironwood Hills School

    Dolphin experience program

  • Children’s Museum – Oro Valley

    Where Imagination And Learning Connect!

  • Integrative Touch for Kids

    ITK’s founder has developed a unique therapy called Integrative Touch™ that is changing the way children and families are being treated in hospitals and outpatient clinics.

  • AZ Schools for the Deaf and Blind

    Rainbow for Girls Program

  • Step Up to Justice

    Expanding the reach of pro bono civil legal services.