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Giving back in Southern Arizona
Giving back in Southern Arizona

Giving back in Southern Arizona

Hotel Congress will mark its 100th anniversary with the “Century of Tucson” celebration, which also will honor Arizona Public Media, Rialto Theatre and Tucson Symphony Orchestra.

  •  Hotel Congress: Hotel Congress’ Community Giving grant program has selected three nonprofit organizations to receive $10,000 awards. Each of the nonprofits work to offer services for the downtown Tucson community. The 2018 recipients are Women Warriors, Act One and City High School.
  •  Walmart: Walmart donated more than 1 million pounds of food to fight hunger in Tucson. Walmart and the Walmart Foundation made grants and donated 1.16 million pounds — equivalent to more than 965,000 meals — to Tucson food pantries and non-profits helping fight hunger during fiscal year 2018. The food donations and hunger relief support are part of Walmart’s overall $2.15 million cash and in-kind contribution to Tucson non-profits during FY18 to support communities where it operates.

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