Tucson Subaru is committed to our Community! Our customers support various vital entities that provide services, which we have become aware of and now support too. In addition there are causes we have discovered that we have helped, to bring their goals closer to fruition. Below is a partial listing of those we support. Please let us know if there are other important community programs worthy of our attention.




Youth On Their Own (YOTO) supports the high school graduation of homeless unaccompanied youth ages 13 through 21 in Tucson and the surrounding areas. Students are enrolled in public schools - including charter and alternative schools and are motivated to obtain their high school diplomas despite personal and financial hardship.

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Tucson Subaru supports the Arizona Wildcat Rugby team, saw the 2014 team Nationally Ranked and vying for the National Championship. It is our pleasure to be associated with the fighting spirit of the Wildcats in their quest both now and in the future. Learn More
Dealing with cancer is a physical and mental challenge. Beat Cancer Boot Camp can help you build strength and stamina to overcome the obstacles ahead. Together we will celebrate our accomplishments, share stories and set goals. Those who are going through the same experiences can make lifelong connections while participating. Learn More



Brandeis National Committee is a community philanthropic support group of Brandeis University, America's only Jewish-community originated nonsectarian university. Founded in 1948, Brandeis University is named for the late Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis.
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Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona is a non-profit organization, privileged to serve more than 14,000 local Southern Arizona girls ages 5-17. Membership includes over 3,000 adult volunteers who serve as leaders, trainers, consultants, and board members. Scouting helps girls develop their full potential while teaching essential values and skills that provide a solid foundation for success wherever their passions lead them. Learn More
Habitat for Humanity's vision is a world where everyone has a decent place to live. The mission is to put God's love into action by bringing people together to build homes, communities and hope. Learn More



The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Light The Night Walk funds treatments that are saving the lives of patients today. LLS is making cures happen by providing patient support services, advocating for lifesaving treatments and pioneering the most promising cancer research anywhere. Each year friends, families and coworkers form teams to raise money in support of our mission. Learn MoreOur youth are our future! It is our pleasure to see support go to Frontier. The lessons and value of team sports at this age is one of the great developers of kids in the USA. We are proud to work with our youth and especially Frontier Little League. Learn More
Unlike any other professional sports organization, the PGA TOUR relies on more than 100,000 volunteers annually to run its tournaments, and the vast majority of its tournaments are structured as non-profit organizations designed to donate 100 percent of net proceeds to charity. Community beneficiaries include a wide variety of organizations including hospitals, youth development organizations, growth-of-the-game programs and food banks. Learn More




The mission of St. Jude Children's Research Hospital is to advance cures and means of prevention for pediatric catastrophic diseases through research and treatment. Consistent with the vision of our founder Danny Thomas, no child is denied treatment based on race, religion or a family's ability to pay.  Learn More

Las Familias Angel Center for Childhood Sexual Abuse Treatment was founded in 1983 to specifically address the needs of individuals and families victimized by childhood sexual abuse. Learn More

West-Point.Org (WP-ORG) is a 501(c)(3) organization connecting almost 30,000 USMA grads, parents, and friends of West Point.  Since its inception in 1996, WP-ORG has been funded by the generosity of member contributions and is governed and run independently from USMA and AOG. A non-profit organization provides an online communications infrastructure that enables graduates, parents, and friends of the military academy to maintain and strengthen the associations that bind together. Learn More

Sabino Girls Basketball places a high standard on teaching our young women values that transcend basketball. Humility, Passion, Unity, Thankfulness, Accountability, and Loyalty are the cornerstones of our program, and building quality people is just as important as developing quality basketball players. Our emphasis is on both. We compete with the best programs in basketball, and we want our players to impact the community in positive ways when they graduate. Learn More

The purpose of the DMOSC is to nurture friendships, promote good will, and provide a social and supportive atmosphere while fostering a tradition of giving to charitable organizations and scholarship programs benefiting military families and our community.
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The CISCO Soccer Club is organized as a nonprofit corporation under the general corporation laws of the State of Arizona to operate exclusively for recreational and educational purposes without bias regarding race, creed, color, sex, religion, ethnicity or socio-economic status.  We subscribe to the highest ethical standards which require that the club's leaders and members follow all the rules and regulations of the Arizona Youth Soccer Association and US Club Soccer.
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Citizens For PCC Integrity Is A Non-Partisan, Broadly Representative Community Group With Many Individual And Organizational Members. Learn More
Tucson Chamber Artists is a versatile ensemble of vocal and instrumental musicians dedicated to enriching lives through the transformational power of classical music. TCA's singers represent the first rank of choral artists in Arizona and from around the country, and its instrumentalists have trained in some of the finest music schools in the world. Learn More
Oro Valley Country Club is a private, member-owned club.  It is shaded by the beautiful Pusch Ridge section of the Santa Catalina Mountains northwest of Tucson, boasting meticulously maintained Bentgrass greens and over-seeded Bermuda fairways and roughs during the winter months. Learn More



More and more people hear and learn about FOCUS every day.  In the course of 15 years, the ripple effect of our campus missionaries' work has spanned across the country to touch lives on the college campus.  We are grateful for the good fruit we have begun to reap in seeing thousands of college students being reached for Christ, but we also know there is so much more to do. Learn More

Adopt A Class Foundation (AAC) is an area non-profit group mentoring program designed to facilitate personal, sustained connections between businesses and civic groups, and students enrolled pre-kindergarten through 8th grades. Leran More

Our organization was founded on the belief that animals are entitled to kind and respectful treatment at the hands of humans and must be protected under the law. Headquartered in New York City, the ASPCA maintains a strong local presence, and with programs that extend our anti-cruelty mission across the country, we are recognized as a national animal welfare organization. We are a privately funded 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation and are proud to boast more than 2 million supporters across the country. Learn More

The mission of Angel Charity for Children, Inc. is to improve the quality of life for children in Pima County. Each year, Angel Charity's General Membership selects beneficiaries and partners with businesses and individuals throughout Pima County to raise funds to fulfill their grant request. Please join us and our community to support Angel Charity's ongoing mission to help meet the needs of all the children in Pima County.
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 The University of Arizona Department of Intercollegiate Athletics (ICA) considers athletics to be an integral part of the University community and thus follows the University of Arizona's overall institutional mission. Leran More

Citizens For PCC Integrity Is A Non-Partisan, Broadly Representative Community Group With Many Individual And Organizational Members.
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Our mission is to strengthen the community of Santa Cruz County through distinctive, regional, small-scale agriculture and quality food production by creating economically viable and self-sustaining opportunities for farmers and producers, while branding the region with an identity that adds value that may be realized in the community, through the cultivation of Santa Cruz County specific techniques and products.
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The Tucson Youth Baseball Association was established to promote the growth of Youth Baseball in the Tucson area. We will carry out player clinics, coaches clinics, and also donate funds and equipment to as many local Little Leagues, Club teams, and organizations as possible. Learn More

Widely regarded as the "Crown Jewel" of Downtown Tucson, The Fox is right in the center of Tucson's cultural hub and has an intimate connection with the history of performing arts in Tucson. The Fox has become an important symbol of the recent resurgence of a thriving city center and continues to make strides adding to the economic growth of the downtown area and  Tucson as a whole. Learn More

Friends of Saguaro partners with the National Park Service to provide strategic resources and support that promote park exploration and discovery, preservation and conservation, and resource stewardship.  By providing critical financial support and growing public awareness, Friends of Saguaro provides a vital link between Saguaro National Park and the Tucson community -- and helps protect our "most glorious heritage" for future generations. Learn More
Hats Off to Heroes is a family friendly FREE event as part of the Tucson's Veterans Day Weekend Celebration. Learn More

The Humane Society of Southern Arizona is the oldest and largest nonprofit in southern Arizona serving pets and the people who love them. We aim to make a better life for the cats, dogs and other furry friends that come through our doors, but we also aim to make a better community for everyone. Learn More

Founded in 1975, the National Automobile Dealers Charitable Foundation (NADCF) is committed to preserving and promoting private enterprise and personal freedom of mobility by supporting organizations involved in emergency medical care and higher education. NADCF has contributed over $13 million to communities throughout the nation supporting emergency assistance for dealership employees after natural disasters as well as scholarships for deserving students. As a result of its collaboration with Canine Companions for Independence to provide trained assistance dogs for children, NADCF is now embarking on a similar mission to help wounded warriors. Learn More

Cody's Friends is a lifesaver to pets and their people living in poverty. GreaterGood.org made Cody's Friends one of only 24 Rescue Bank affiliates in the United States. With their help, an army of volunteers, and our 35 donation stations, we're on track to distribute over ONE MILLION POUNDS of pet food and critical supplies to over 35 local human agencies such as: Meals on Wheels, Community Food Banks, the Tucson Fire Department and Youth On Their Own. We also provide for over 75 animal rescue groups and shelters. Learn More

 Your community's only open admission shelter has the largest selection of dogs, cats, puppies and kittens waiting to meet you -- and our adoption fees are always $0 to $50, depending on the furry friend you pick! Learn More

Reachout Women's Center has served Tucson's women since 1973 and is proud to still be here to help you during your time of need. Our mission is to provide positive options for important life choices by offering confidential pre- and post-natal counseling, pregnancy services, educational programs, and resource and referral support. To fulfill this mission, we offer several free services to help you.
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The District is committed to creating safe and orderly learning environments that are drug, weapon, and violence free. The District is committed to creating school environments that support the physical, mental, cognitive, and emotional well being of students, including athletics, fine arts, and afterschool programs.
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The Sonoran Desert Mountain Bicyclists is an all-volunteer 501c3 non-profit organization devoted to the promotion of the sport of mountain bicycling and view the sport as a vehicle to promote low impact outdoor recreation, conservation, and mountain bicycling opportunities that are environmentally and socially responsible. SDMB is dedicated to protecting and enhancing mountain bicycling opportunities. Learn More
We are a Roman Catholic faith family nourished by the Word of God and the Eucharist. As a community, we advance spiritual growth through lifelong learning. We share a commitment to living the Gospel of Christ by our welcome to all, our celebration of the sacraments, and our service to others. Learn More

At the UA Steele Children's Research Center, our physician-scientists and researchers are passionately dedicated to improving children's health through basic science research, transnational research and clinical research.
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The First Tee of Tucson was established in 2006 through the efforts of the Tucson Conquistadores, a local civic group established in 1962. The Conquistadores partnered with the PGA TOUR and the City of Tucson to bring The First Tee program to the Trini-Alvarez El Rio Golf Course. The Conquistadores have raised over $21 million for youth athletic programs in Southern Arizona, primarily through hosting PGA TOUR golf events.
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 The Rialto Theatre is a performance theater and concert venue located on Congress Street in downtown Tucson, Pima County Southern Arizona. The cinema−theater and surrounding Rialto building commercial block were listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2003.
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 Below the ship's nearly one-ton bell and 100 feet from her free museum at the University of Arizona, help future generations understand the massive size of the ship & number of men lost. Provide memorials for each of the men with their full names, rank, ship's duties, home state, and their birth and death years. Learn More
 The purpose of Tucson Clean & Beautiful, Inc., a non-profit organization, is to preserve and improve our environment, conserve natural resources, and enhance the quality of life in the City of Tucson and eastern Pima County. These goals will be achieved through initiating educational and participatory programs implemented with broad-citizen, multi-culture support. Learn More
The Tucson Conquistadors and its members are dedicated to continuing the tradition of professional golf in Tucson and promoting interest in amateur athletics among youth, particularly disadvantaged and physically and mentally challenged children.  As part of their primary purpose to foster interest in athletics for youth, they donate funds for equipment, facilities, and scholarships to organizations serving those youth.
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The Tucson Conquistadors and it's members are dedicated to continuing the tradition of professional golf in Tucson, and promoting interest in amateur athletics among youth, particularly disadvantaged and physically and mentally challenged children.  As part of their primary purpose to foster interest in athletics for youth, they donate funds for equipment, facilities, and scholarships to organizations serving those youth. Learn More
America's Largest Perimeter Bicycling event is for cyclists of all ages and abilities who ride 104, 75, 55, 40 or 25 (NEW!) miles in the main event or 11, 5, or 1/4 miles in the Fun Ride or for minutes not miles in Indoor El Tour.  Have fun, ride your bike, stay safe and join us on Saturday November 19, 2016! Learn More


TLGA (Tucson Lesbian and Gay Alliance)/Tucson Pride is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that produces and promotes educational, cultural, and recreational events for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and allied communities in Tucson, AZ. Tucson Pride supports other local non profits, having given back to the community more than $45,000 since its inception. Learn MoreDo you have mobility equipment that you don't use anymore?  Rotary Club of Tucson is collecting Walkers, Crutches, Canes, & Wheel Chairs to ship to Africa with Crutches 4 Africa an ongoing Service Project.  You may drop off your mobile equipment at Rotary Club of Tucson and crutches for Life. Learn More
Recently, Tucson Subaru staff began working with Feeding America to provide nutritious meals to those in the community who need them. Many of the goods and food items we collected for these meals were provided by customers like you near the Oro Valley, AZ area. The proceeds went to the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona, for distribution to hungry families around the Tucson community and other areas such as Green Valley, AZ. Hunger and malnourishment continues to have an impact on communities all throughout the world, but here in Tucson, we can do our part to ensure the health and happiness of our community. Learn more