The Sundt Foundation donated $2,500 to the El Rio Health Center Foundation. From left: Brenda Goldsmith, El Rio Health Center Foundation executive director; Richard Block, Sundt controller; Jill Rodriguez El Rio Health Center Foundation development coordinator; Becky Rebenstorf, El Rio Health Center Foundation major gifts officer.

Courtesy of Sundt Foundation
  • Sundt Construction:
  • The company’s foundation awarded $21,500 to Tucson nonprofit organizations this quarter. El Rio Health Center Foundation received a $2,500 grant, along with American Gold Star Mothers Inc., The Marshall Home for Men and Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southern Arizona, Inc. Grants for $2,000 were awarded to the Assistance League of Tucson Inc., and Turn Your Life Around Counseling and Recovery Center. Winners of $1,500 grants were Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tucson, Helping Hands for Single Moms Tucson, Our Family Services Inc., Project Linus and American Indian Youth Wellness Camp.
  • Marana Police Department Volunteer Foundation: Donated more than $12,000 to the pediatric unit at Banner University Medical Center-Tucson. The money was raised during the Pride for the Patch Golf Tournament.
  • Vantage West Credit Union: Three winners were named in the Commitment to Community Facebook competition. The Care Fund received the $10,000 grand prize. In second place was Tucson Values Teachers with a $2,500 donation. Ben’s Bells was awarded $1,000.

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