Suit & Tie event will raise money for children's programs.
Taste salsa, tequila and help food bank, vets.
You're never too old to celebrate back-to-school.
'Dog Days of Summer' on July 25 will benefit shelter animals.
Saturday bowling event to help homeless Tucson teens.
"Let Freedom Sing" concert on July 4, usually a sellout, celebrates America.
BICAS has taught bike repair to thousands. They need a home. Let’s ride!
It’s triple-digit time in Tucson and if you are looking to add a refreshing and fun splash of color to your daily dose of sunshine, the Southern Arizona Arts & Cultural Alliance, aka SAACA, suggests that you jump into its Splash summer charity event.
Stephen Placencia loved soccer. He loved hat tricks and headers, shooting on goal and finishing.
Just in time for the holiday, the all-volunteer Father’s Day Council Tucson and six local dads are flexing their muscles against Type 1 diabetes in hopes of raising at least $300,000 to benefit UA Steele Children’s Research Center.
Robert Blankenship is living well with HIV, and he is grateful. He credits family, friends and three organizations — El Rio’s Special Immunology Associates, the Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation and Tucson Interfaith HIV/AIDS Network (TIHAN) — with helping him evolve to a healthy, positive ju…
On the heels of Mother’s Day festivities last weekend, it’s time to start thinking about giving dads their due. Volunteers with Children’s Museum Tucson suggest you consider the gift of play at the 10th Annual Father’s Day Weekend Golf Classic.
If you have ever dreamed of creating an oasis in your own little corner of the Sonoran Desert, you can get ideas, advice and plants this weekend while supporting two local nonprofits at the first-ever Aquatic Plant Sale.
The Rincon family of Tucson and other Tu Nidito volunteers have a suggestion for a Mother’s Day gift that is, like, totally awesome: A party for the entire family at the Remarkable Celebration Back to the ’80s to benefit Tu Nidito.
Dancing With Our Stars is more than a cha-cha for charity and a foxtrot to benefit a local nonprofit.
People involved with Child and Family Resources believe it takes more than a village to raise a healthy child — it takes volunteers who donate time, energy and expertise.
April may not bring showers to the Old Pueblo, but spring is in full swing with plenty of sunshine and a deluge of fundraising walks.
For seven generations and counting — more than 130 years — the Ronstadt family has helped shape the Old Pueblo, and the Pima Council on Aging will celebrate that commitment to community at the Generations Gala on Saturday at the Westin La Paloma Resort & Spa.
If Dr. Mateja de Leonni Stanonik wants people to know two things about stroke, they’re this: Speed is of the essence for treatment, and FAST — an acronym to help people recognize the first signs of stroke — can save your life.
Michelle Cooper understands the challenges that homeless teens face, and she has also experienced how the local nonprofit Youth on Their Own can help.
When local potter Dianna Landrum looks at an empty bowl, she sees more than a work of art; she sees a meal.
Springtime in the Sonoran Desert is the perfect time to step out and support local nonprofits, literally and figuratively.
Some might say that after winning the grand prize in the Dream Home Raffle for the Tucson Museum of Art in 2011, Loyal Moore and his wife, Marjorie, were living the dream.
The price of a ticket to the Whatz It Worth? Antiques Appraisal Fair staged by the Assistance League of Tucson: $35. Determining the value of a family heirloom or garage-sale tchotchke while helping out local children in need: priceless.
Attention, urban cowgirls!
Local artists and volunteers with the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona are determined not to just mask hunger but to eliminate it. They will let the good times roll while striving for that goal at Mardi Gras on Feb. 8 at Casino del Sol, 5655 W. Valencia Road.
As a doctor to the nation, you never turn in your stethoscope.
Hattie Groskind cares for one of 100 animals on the TRAK grounds, 3230 N. Craycroft Road. She and other volunteers hope to raise at least $8,000 with their fundraiser.
In 2014, Ruth Campbell and 17 volunteers with the St. Luke’s Board of Visitors are tweaking tradition: The fundraising arm for St. Luke’s Home will change up its signature fiesta and present a Western-themed 95th Baile Celebration on April 12.
Trees are trimmed and stockings are hung, but there’s still time to wrap up holiday cheer for winged and four-legged friends — both domestic and wild — before Christmas.
Baby, it’s cold outside, at least by Tucson standards.
Whether you are waiting for Santa, lighting the menorah or preparing for a Kwanzaa feast, the season of joy has arrived. No matter how you celebrate it, volunteers with local nonprofit organization Gap Ministries are asking that you help create a Holiday of Hope for foster children in group …
For Tucsonans plotting strategies for shopping the sales on pre-Black Friday, Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday, local nonprofits are hoping that a toy for a child in need will make the list.
At 4 a.m. Thanksgiving Day, a large army will mobilize for action.
The Wingspan Classic is more than an autumn day on Sonoran Desert links; it is a chance to celebrate 25 years of support for freedom, equality, safety and well-being for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people in Tucson.
“Horsin’ Around Under the Desert Sky” may sound like all fun and games, but it seeks to raise money to help provide therapy for people with special needs who use services at Therapeutic Riding of Tucson (TROT) each year.
Many of us are making Halloween costumes or carving jack-o’-lanterns, which means the holiday season is here. But for kids with no parents, the holiday outlook is different.
Autumn is in the air, so if you’re cruising for a fall outing with the family, look no further than the seventh annual Tucson Classics Car Show on Saturday at St. Gregory College Preparatory School, 3231 N. Craycroft Road.
A local charity understands that for many families, it takes more than food to make a meal that nourishes the body and soul.
Five years ago, Jake Walker made a match that changed his life, and he hopes his experience will encourage others to do the same with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tucson.
If helping save lives is your cup of tea, you might want to attend the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition Tucson Chapter’s fourth annual Teal Tea, which raises awareness about and funds education about ovarian cancer.
If you’re a foodie or a wine enthusiast, you won’t want to miss the 10th Annual Flavors of Tucson. And if you care about the health of fellow Tucsonans, you have even more incentive to put it on your calendar.
We may live in the age of information technology, but some problems still require a decidedly traditional approach.
Cancer doesn’t care about gas prices and it won’t wait for payday.
This is the kind of guy Will Zarifi was: Even though he found out he had brain cancer on Feb. 19, 2007, he later called it the luckiest day of his life.
A baby shower is a rite of passage for new moms and dads, but not all new parents are showered with gifts.
Members of the Tucson Young Professionals - TYP - are making it their business to see that babies born in Southern Arizona have the glow of good health.
As parents with young children count down the days till school starts, Tucson Values Teachers is on a mission to make back-to-school shopping for school supplies a communitywide event.
You may think that water parks are just for kids, but don't bet on it.
The Tucson Realtors Charitable Foundation will up the ante for fundraising to benefit local charities with the Second Annual Wild Western Night featuring Texas Hold 'em and other casino games later this month.