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.
  
 

AdoptAClassroom.org is a national nonprofit fundraising platform that provides classroom funding to PreK-12 teachers and schools throughout the U.S. Adopt-A-Classroom advances equity in education by powering today's classrooms to prepare tomorrow's graduates. Learn More

Amphitheater High School is known for its long-standing tradition of excellence in Tucson and the local neighborhood that it serves. Established in 1939, Amphi High consistently prepares some of the most prominent leaders in Tucson, in Arizona and the nation. With a diverse enrollment of 1200 students, Amphi High School is able to provide the resources and advantages of a comprehensive high school, while still meeting the individualized needs of each student. Specialized programs such as Advanced Placement, the Cambridge Academy, AVID cohorts, JTED/CTE courses, and a range of blended learning labs help ensure that every student at Amphi High School is College & Career Ready. Students at Amphi can have an individually tailored learning experience in a comprehensive high school setting. Learn More
The Amphi Foundation makes a meaningful impact on student success by ensuring that kids have the resources and support they need to reach their full potential. In the last five years, the Amphi Foundation has experienced exponential growth. In that time, the Amphi Foundation has made more than a one-million-dollar investment in support of Amphi schools, students, and educators. The Amphi Foundation offers a variety of programs and services, which fall under three areas of focus: Student Preparedness, Innovative Learning Spaces and Educator Support, Opportunities for Students to Become College, Career, and Community Ready. Learn More





    
 
The Arizona 4-H Youth Foundation was incorporated in 1970 as a 501 (c)3 organization by a group of Arizona's agricultural, civic and corporate leaders to provide financial support for Arizona 4-H. 4-H, the youth-development organization of the land grant university system, has four mission mandates: agriculture, S.T.E.M., Civic Engagement, and Healthy Living. Arizona 4-H is giving today's youth that extra edge for life success through hands-on and research-based educational programs. Youth ages 5-18 are served throughout all 15 counties and 6 Tribal Nations in the Arizona 4-H program. Learn More

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. A commitment to excellence in athletics implies that ICA will provide exemplary leadership, appropriate facilities, and support services to allow its student-athletes to compete at the highest level of intercollegiate competition, while providing assistance towards educational and academic progress objectives. Learn More
The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals® (ASPCA®) was the first humane society to be established in North America and is, today, one of the largest in the world. The ASPCA's mission, as stated by founder Henry Bergh in 1866, is "to provide effective means for the prevention of cruelty to animals throughout the United States." Learn More





  
The Brandeis National Committee provides philanthropic support to Brandeis University, a distinguished liberal arts and research university founded by the American Jewish community. Its membership is connected to the University through fund raising and through activities that reflect the values on which the University was founded: academic excellence, social justice, non-sectarianism, and service to the community. Learn MoreKOLD partnership with the The Salvation Army - Tucson to make sure teachers and kids have the tools they to succeed during the school year. Learn More
Cherished Tails Senior Sanctuary rescues senior dogs (and a few cats) at high risk of euthanasia in shelters because of age or illness. Cherished Tails Senior Sanctuary gives sanctuary until they find a forever home and hospice care for the unadoptable. Together, we've saved over 1000 pets. ​Join Cherished Tails Senior Sanctuary to give these pets their 'best last chapter. Cherished Tails Senior Sanctuary is 501(c)3, all volunteer, foster based rescue group in Marana, AZ. Learn More





   
   
  
As the holidays rapidly approach, The Salvation Army and FOX11 & MY help thousands of children receive new toys this Christmas. Thanks to the generosity of Tucson's organizations, schools, businesses and their employees, The Salvation Army Christmas Angel Tree can provide thousands of new toys and gifts for children in need right here in the Tucson community.  Learn More

Cody's Friends is a 501(c)(3) non-profit started by Cody Allen in 2011 when he was 10 years old. Cody's Friends supports the crucial bond between human and animal welfare. Those in need will do all they can for their pet…even if it means feeding them their own food. Thousands of people in need in Pima County depend on Cody's Friends for pet food. Plus over 48 human service agencies and 100+ animal rescue groups and shelters come to Cody's Friends for pet food and supplies. Learn More

In 2014, Community Cancer Fund was founded by a group of passionate community leaders determined to fight cancer at the local level. Community Cancer Fund works collaboratively with existing regional cancer organizations to identify and fund gaps in services provided to cancer patients. Community Cancer Fund is dedicated to providing necessary resources to cancer patients, their families, and the Inland Northwest organizations that serve them. Learn More




    
El Tour de Tucson is Perimeter Bicycling's flagship event and one of the largest bicycling events in America. Held annually the Saturday before Thanksgiving, El Tour attracts over 6,000 cyclists of all ages and abilities from around the United States and beyond. Since 2005, El Tour's finish line/annual Downtown Fiesta, brings together cyclists and members of the greater Tucson community for a celebration of charities, community, health and fitness. Learn More

What began in 1979 as a clearinghouse for national food donations is now the nation's largest domestic hunger-relief organization-a powerful and efficient network of 200 food banks across the country. Feeding America has programs to reach children, seniors, and families no matter where they live or spend time. At senior centers or schools, in the city or countryside, Feeding America programs get food to people where they are and when they need it most. Learn More
Friends of PACC supports Pima Animal Care Center and enhances its efforts to save the lives of pets in need. Learn More




  
Arizona's first no-kill animal shelter, The Hermitage No-Kill Cat Shelter and Sanctuary has been a refuge for at-risk cats and kittens since 1965. Since 2015, over 700 cats and kittens were transferred to us from municipal shelters where they may have been unnecessarily euthanized. Hermitage Car Shelter is both an adoption facility and a long-term sanctuary. Hermitage Car Shelter will work for animal welfare and protection, advocating a no-kill philosophy, until it is the standard across the nation. Learn More

The Humane Society of Southern Arizona (HSSA) has saved over 1 million pets since 1944. HSSA takes in pets from all over Southern Arizona, assisting smaller shelters by taking in hard-to-place pets and pets with serious medical needs - pets who might not otherwise have a chance at life. Unlike many national animal welfare organizations, Humane Society of Southern Arizona is located right here in the Tucson community - providing care for animals in need 365 days a year.  Learn More
Thirteen years ago, News 4 Tucson launched the  first Lifesaver campaign after a record number of child drownings in Southern Arizona. By providing free swim classes, and teaming up with local fire departments, including Tucson Fire Department, Northwest Fire District, Rural Metro Fire Department and Drexel Heights Fire Department; SafeKids Pima County; CPR2U; and business sponsors, News 4 Tucson can educate viewers on how they can prevent children from drowning. News 4 Tucson will continue our mission to keep children safe in and around the water. Learn More




When you or someone you love hears the words "you have cancer"...It's one of the darkest moments in your life. Light The Night aims to bring light to the darkness of cancer through research and cures. Light The Night is a series of fundraising campaigns benefiting The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's (LLS) funding of research to find blood cancer cures. LLS brings communities together to celebrate those who are fighting the disease and to honor those we have lost. Learn More

NAMIWalks is NAMI's premier fundraiser-attempting to raise $150,000 or more each year! Between sponsors and participants NAMMI will raise these funds to end stigma, raise mental health awareness and support NAMI Southern Arizona expenses so that NAMI may offer important mental health services in our community by providing  NO COST advocacy, education and support programs to ALL affected by mental illness. Learn More
National Alliance on Mental Illness  (NAMI) is a non-profit, grassroots organization providing no-cost advocacy, education, and support to all those affected by mental illnesses. Since 1983, NAMI of Southern Arizona has been helping individuals with mental illness and their families. Many of our programs, services and literature are also available in Spanish Learn More




 
Perimeter Bicycling is a 501(c)3 nonprofit that produces bicycling events for community, charity and wellness. Perimeter Bicycling is dedicated to making Tucson/Pima County the nation's best bicycling region. In 2008, the League of American Bicyclists (LAB) awarded the Tucson/Pima Eastern Region Gold-Level "Bicycle Friendly" designation for its commitment to providing safe facilities for bicyclists and its support of bicycling for recreation, fitness and transportation. The LAB renewed the region's Gold level in 2012. Perimeter Bicycling is actively working with volunteers and staff from the City of Tucson and Pima County to continue a concerted effort to achieve top honors. Learn More

The Tucson Subaru Pets of Pima Parade (POPP) is a celebration of the love between pets and humans, inviting community members from across Tucson and Pima County to show-off their cherished companions. People are invited to participate with their pets of all shapes, sizes, and species. Plus, music, food, classic cars, costumed characters, entertainers, fire trucks, the 4 Legs on 4th Festival, AND so much more! Learn More
Pima Animal Care Center is committed to providing timely service to residents and compassionate care to animals, while working to support public safety, find homes for homeless animals and educate the community about responsible pet ownership. Pima Animal Care Center is a Division of the Pima County Health Department and is organized into four major sections: Enforcement, Animal Shelter, Licensing and Public Outreach/Education. Learn More




Pima County Lamb and Goat Project aims to advise, teach, help, and mold young individuals with their projects and 4-H community itself. By not only being part of the 4-H Club but also being in a Project allows youth to grow as a leader and to learn responsibility through the daily care of another life. This responsibility molds an individual and provides a youth with life skills to last a lifetime! Learn More

News 4 Tucson is teaming up with Tucson Subaru to support the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona, Toys for Tots and the Diaper Bank of Southern Arizona to make sure Southern Arizona families have toys, food and diapers this holiday season. Learn More
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society® (LLS) is a global leader in the fight against cancer. The LLS mission: Cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families. LLS funds lifesaving blood cancer research around the world, provides free information and support services, and is the voice for all blood cancer patients seeking access to quality, affordable, coordinated care. Learn More




  
Overconsumption and a throwaway culture have led to a global waste crisis. While even complex trash is technically recyclable, most materials are not profitable to recycle. As a result, waste piles up in landfills and pollutes our planet while virgin materials are extracted from the earth to create new products. At TerraCycle's mission is Eliminating the Idea of Waste®. Businesses, government entities, and people like you work with us globally to keep trash out of landfills or from incineration. Through collaboration and innovation, TerraCycle has developed the world's first solutions in everything from recycling to reuse. Learn More

The Salvation Army Hospitality House is open 24/7, providing emergency shelter for those in need. The facility, located near downtown Tucson, features a 100-bed facility with separate accommodations for men and women, and two family apartments. The Salvation Army Hospitality House also has accommodations for respite care, special needs and Veterans. Motel vouchers may be available to assist housing families with special needs. In addition to a safe and clean environment, the facility features laundry, showers, television, and dining. Guests receive two meals per day and access to vital programs and services. Learn More
The Tucson Conquistadores, Inc. is a nonprofit corporation organized for the purpose of supporting youth amateur athletics primarily in Southern Arizona. Particular emphasis is on programs and activities serving disadvantaged and handicapped youth. The success of the Cologuard Classic, PGA TOUR Champions golf event, enables the Conquistadores to provide support in the form of financial assistance. Hundreds of deserving teams and organizations, and many individuals have received financial assistance from the Tucson Conquistadores since the group began in 1962. Key beneficiaries of the Conquistadores fund-raising efforts have been First Tee - Tucson, Tucson and Pima County Junior Golf Programs, the Field of Dreams/Challenger Little League sports complex, Boys and Girls Clubs in Tucson, Sierra Vista and Nogales, Pima County Special Olympics, Tucson Urban League, Educational Enrichment Foundation and the YMCA. Learn More




   
Tucson Pride was founded in 1977 making it Arizona's first and longest established LGBTQ Organization. Tucson Pride empowers the LGBTQ+ Community of Southern Arizona through community building, enhanced visibility, and unwavering support. Besides direct outreach activities, Tucson Pride also supports fellow LGBTQIA+ organizations in the community through donations, volunteering, and participating in community events to strengthen the Tucson community as a whole. United, we rise! Learn More

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. Since its inception, 16,000 homeless and compromised students have been empowered to stay in school and pursue opportunities for self-sufficiency. Learn More