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Interfaith Community Services

Nonprofit agency needs donated back-to-school supplies

Nonprofit agency needs donated back-to-school supplies

Group hopes to fill enough backpacks to give to 400 schoolchildren.

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Eegee's annual coupon card to benefit two Tucson organizations

Eegee's annual coupon card to benefit two Tucson organizations

Every year during the month of June, eegee's offers its coupon booklet, valued at up to $48, to customers who donate $7 to benefit a local not-for-profit organization. Each coupon book has one fifty-percent-off coupon for each month of the year.

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Mental illness is focus of conference

A day-long conference in Tucson Friday will focus on faith communities and mental illness.

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Fair offers on-site screenings, info for seniors, caregivers and others

St. Philip’s in the Hills Episcopal Church will hold its fifth annual Family Caregiver and Senior Resource Fair from 8 to 11:45 a.m. Sunday in the West Murphey Gallery at the church, 4440 N. Campbell Ave.

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Holiday musical shows benefit charity group

Holiday musical shows benefit charity group

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Hit the links and help seniors, needy and disabled

Hole sponsorships and banquet tickets are still available for Interfaith Community Services’ annual “We Care” Golf Classic fundraiser to benefit ICS’ programs for seniors, disabled adults and families in financial crisis.

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Food bank kicks off 'bag-a-thon' food drive

Food bank kicks off 'bag-a-thon' food drive

Local Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts and Campfire Girls, as well as the town of Oro Valley and the Sun City Vistoso Cyclists, have already begun collecting food for what has become the largest annual food drive for the Interfaith Community Services Food Bank, 2820 W. Ina Road.

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Concert of classical favorites will benefit local nonprofit

Concert of classical favorites will benefit local nonprofit

Classical music lovers  are in for a treat.

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Noted classical musicians to give benefit concert for nonprofit

Noted classical musicians to give benefit concert for nonprofit

Two longtime children’s music advocates, classical pianist Alexander Tentser and his wife, Anna Gendler, a violinist with the Tucson Symphony Orchestra, will perform classical and romantic works by Mozart, Schumann, Mendelssohn and Chopin in a concert to benefit Interfaith Community Services.

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Group's transportation help is lifeline

Group's transportation help is lifeline

Doug and Nancy Cassidy load up a van with groceries. They volunteer with Interfaith Community Services, which has expanded its transportation assistance to the Picture Rocks area. The agency now operates the "Care-a-Van" to help people in need with chores and other needs.

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Group's transportation help is lifeline

Group's transportation help is lifeline

Chuck Strauss, right, gets a helping hand with groceries from Doug Cassidy, a volunteer driver with Interfaith Community Services. Strauss said the service has been a major help.

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Group's transportation help is lifeline

Group's transportation help is lifeline

Living in an isolated, rural environment such as Picture Rocks has its advantages, but it also has some major drawbacks for those without transportation.

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Empty Bowls fundraiser in Tucson meets tasty ladlefuls of soup

Empty Bowls fundraiser in Tucson meets tasty ladlefuls of soup

Shannon Lamy, left, and her mother, Shirley, sample tomato basil bisque, one of several offerings at last Saturday's second Annual Empty Bowls fundraiser for Interfaith Community Services. During the past months, artists and volunteers crafted some 1,260 bowls, and people at the event could …

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Empty Bowls fundraiser in Tucson meets tasty ladlefuls of soup

Empty Bowls fundraiser in Tucson meets tasty ladlefuls of soup

Artist April Newman explains some of the workmanship and glazes on the bowls to friend Tim Collins. A member of the Society of Arizona Clay Artists, Newman worked on some of the bowls as a volunteer.

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Empty Bowls fundraiser in Tucson meets tasty ladlefuls of soup

Empty Bowls fundraiser in Tucson meets tasty ladlefuls of soup

Those attending the event at the Tucson Chinese Cultural Center, 1288 W. River Road, could choose their own hand-made ceramic bowl, included with the $15 admission.

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Empty Bowls fundraiser in Tucson meets tasty ladlefuls of soup

Empty Bowls fundraiser in Tucson meets tasty ladlefuls of soup

Hundreds were able to sample soups, breads and desserts from about 20 vendors at the Empty Bowls fundraiser.

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Empty Bowls fundraiser in Tucson meets tasty ladlefuls of soup

Empty Bowls fundraiser in Tucson meets tasty ladlefuls of soup

Pots of soup were set up around the perimeter of the room. The benefit helps Interfaith Community Services, which provides food, monetary aid and other services to people all over Pima County.

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Empty Bowls fundraiser in Tucson meets tasty ladlefuls of soup

Empty Bowls fundraiser in Tucson meets tasty ladlefuls of soup

More than 70 volunteers worked in shifts to serve food, clear tables, wash dishes, warm soup, sell raffle tickets and organize the event.

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These bowls will do double duty

These bowls will do double duty

Jane Sterritt, left, watches as her mother, Annie Huggins, applies a pattern to clay that will eventually become a bowl for the 2013 Empty Bowls Interfaith Community Services fundraiser.

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