Giving back in Southern Arizona
Giving back in Southern Arizona

Giving back in Southern Arizona

Tanque Verde High School was awarded $5,000 by FastMed Urgent Care.

Walmart and Sam’s Club: This year, through the their spring “Fight Hunger. Spark Change.” campaign, Walmart and Sam’s Club customers and associates raised more than $647,000 for Arizona food banks, including $117,594 for Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona in Tucson.

FastMed Urgent Care: FastMed Urgent Care presented Tanque Verde High School with a $5,000 donation through the company’s Back to School sweepstakes.

Tucson Allstate Agencies: Local Allstate agency owners secured Allstate Foundation Helping Hands Grants to present locally: Michael Brown earned a $1,000 grant to fund Catalina Foothills High School football and baseball programs; Rhiannon Ward earned a $1,000 grant for the Tucson Children’s Museum to fund the Tucson Earth Day festival; and John Dooling earned a $500 grant for the Marana Rotary Foundation.

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