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Philanthropy Spotlight: Assistance League

Assistance League 

Since 1959 Assistance League of Tucson volunteers have been working in the Tucson community to help those in need. They run numerous programs within our community, such as “Operation School Bell” which provides clothing to children, “Assault Survivor Kits” that provides victims of sexual assault with clothing and toiletries, and “Program Teddy Bear” that has provided more than 23,500 bears to comfort children in crisis. To fund these programs, Assistance League has their very own thrift store!

Get Involved! 

Discover the various ways you can support Assistance League of Tucson here


This post is a part of our 2019 social media series, “Philanthropy Spotlight”.  There are so many deserving charities in Tucson. Make sure to check out our news feed every Tuesday to read about other local non-profits. We hope you take the time to read about these wonderful organizations and how you can get involved in our community.

Do you have a non-profit you’d like to see highlighted on our website & social media pages? Email requests to elliana@thetempconnection.com or comment below!

2018 Holiday Outreach

We love our community! This year, The Temp Connection got involved in multiple projects within Tucson. As a team, we donated to a few wonderful organizations within Arizona. We were each allowed to pick organizations close to our heart.

Our 2018 holiday donations went to the following organizations:
 
Honor Flight Southern Arizona – The organization Honor Flight Tucson was selected by our Recruiter, Tina Hagen. This organization is very close to her heart. Honor Flight Southern Arizona provides WWII, Vietnam and Korean War Veterans the opportunity to see their national memorials in Washington DC. She hopes to volunteer to accompany veterans on their journey to DC.

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