Tucson Electric will match donations during one-day event this Saturday.
An 8-year-old became the newest and youngest donor to a local foundation that serves at-risk Tucson Unified School District students.
Pio Decimo Center and Youth on Their Own received $137,500 each for their work in the community.
Country music star and Arizona native Dierks Bentley will host a concert July 22 in Prescott to benefit the families of the 19 Granite Mountain Hotshots killed battling the Yarnell Hill fire June 30.
Diapers are a huge expense when you have a baby, and a lot of families are struggling out there and in need of assistance.
Arizona Theatre Company expects to end its 2013 fiscal year $1 million in the red — more than double the deficit when ATC’s managing director took over two years ago.
The American Red Cross will be seeking blood donors at these times and places in the area next week. To schedule an appointment, call 1-800-733-2767.
The Better Business Bureau sent out a press release with tips to help donors decide who to make donations to in the wake of yesterday's tornadoes.
Who stole the money from the cookie booths?
Volunteers Jacqueline Reyes, left, and Mary Black sort donated food items at the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona. Public-relations manager Jack Parris says the food bank has only a three-week inventory of canned vegetables on hand.
The Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona needs more canned-vegetable donations.
Volunteers Jacqueline Reyes, left, and Mary Black sort donated food items at the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona in 2012.
James Leos may be a multimillionaire who lives in a mansion, but he knows what it's like to be poor, to be sick, to ache for loved ones who died too soon.
"He gives because his heart is really in it," said Ethan Smith Cox of the Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation, where James Leos, above, is a major supporter of several initiatives.
Volunteer Adrianna Rodriguez, left, and staff member Guillermina Torres wrap food baskets at Luz Social Services. The baskets are part of a raffle.
Two Tucson nonprofits are still low on a few staples for their Thanksgiving feasts, but the agencies, which cook free holiday meals for those in need, already are looking ahead to Christmas.
Every year, the Educational Enrichment Foundation awards
minigrants to TUSD schools to help fund class projects and other