Charities We Support
Arizona Christian School Tuition Organization turns tax credit donations and other charitable giving into life-changing private Christian school scholarships for Arizona students. Since its beginning in 1998, ACSTO has awarded over $165 million in scholarships to more than 30,000 students attending 150 Arizona Christian schools.
Fisher House provides temporary lodging for family members of our Veterans and Armed Forces during a medical crisis. The Tucson facility, adjacent to the Tucson VA Medical Center, offers a warm compassionate environment where families find support and encouragement from others in similar circumstances. It is considered a home away from home and provides a sense of comfort while a loved one is undergoing medical treatment. Local community donations provide for lodging, food and transportation to support military families in their time of need.
GAP Ministries serves children and families in need through practical community service. “Standing in the gap for our community,” GAP Ministries provides a wide variety of important services, including: Family-style group SPLASH Houses (for children 0-21 in the custody of the state); MERGE for young adults, (helping them discover their potential and age successfully out of foster care); BOOST Community Resources (providing food, school supplies and household goods to those in need); and Community Kitchen (multiplying and delivering food to those in need, while providing training to enable them to provide for themselves).
Pusch Ridge Christian Academy is a K-12 school system serving Tucson-area students on three campuses. PRCA is classically influenced, Christ-centered, and college-focused. Programs include award-winning fine arts and academic competitions, state championship athletics, and outstanding leadership programs.
With a motto of “Neighbors Helping Neighbors,” Senior Village benefits the residents of SaddleBrooke by providing simple non-medical services to help them live independently. They also serve as a resource when SaddleBrookers decide to transition from the community. Unique to Southern Arizona, Senior Village is the neighborly way to age in place.