Arizona Public Service: APS granted SARSEF (Southern Arizona Research, Science and Engineering Foundation) $50,000 to support its free STEM educational outreach programs to Southern Arizona schools in areas of poverty.

Bottle Breacher: The manufacturer of beverage openers from ammunition rounds will offer a special Eagle Fund-branded Bottle Breacher and will donate all the proceeds to Eagle Fund, which supports active-duty, wounded and retired special operations members. The items are available now through bottlebreacher.com/eagle-fund-bottle-breacher-with-gift-box.

Dr. Barry Blonder of Fashion Eye Center: Blonder will buy 300 to 500 boxes of cookies from local Girl Scouts. He will give a box with each purchase of prescription glasses; others he will donate to the troops. See www.FashionEyeCenter.com for details.

Tucson Federal Credit Union: TFCU partnered with Sunnyside Unified School District to host a food drive in November, which brought in more than 4,100 food items to benefit the 1,200 children identified as homeless by the Sunnyside McKinney-Vento program during the 2014-2015 school year.

Submit items to business@tucson.com; please use Giving Back in the email subject line and include photos in JPEG format.