Contact InformationTelephone: 480-352-3146
When you volunteer with the American Red Cross, you become part of a group of people who truly make a difference in the lives of their fellow Americans and help people in serious medical need.
Contact InformationTelephone: 520-419-5364
Angel Heart Pajama Project provides new pajamas and books to children in need. Help us impact the lives of thousands of abused and neglected children with your valuable volunteer time. From infants to early teens, many foster children are living a life of pain and loneliness. These are OUR children and they need our help and love.
Contact InformationTelephone: 520-777-4911
Candlelighters, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, is a parent-run organized support network. We educate, support, serve and advocate for families of children with cancer, bereaved families, survivors of childhood cancer, and the professionals that care for us.
Contact InformationTelephone: 520-398-2942
The Amado Community Food Bank services the Amado and Lakewood areas in Southern Arizona, as well as a small portion of Santa Cruz County to Tumacocori. We depend on its hundreds of volunteers to bring food to Southern Arizona. Volunteering is rewarding, productive, and easy. There are opportunities to help with special events or to volunteer on a regular basis. There are opportunities for groups and for individuals, both short term and longer term. Please contact us for more information.
Contact InformationTelephone: 520-625-5252
At the Green Valley-Sahuarita Community Food Bank our mission is to anticipate and meet the food needs of the hungry in our community. We invite volunteers to help us make a difference by sharing their skills and experience with the community and each other.
Giving back for the good of the community benefits volunteers and those in need. Volunteering has been said to be the secret ingredient to staying healthy and fulfilled. For more information about our volunteer opportunities, please contact us.
Contact InformationTelephone: 520-235-5646
Final Exit works toward obtaining the basic human right of competent adults to choose to end their lives on their own terms when they suffer from irreversible physical illness, intractable pain, or a constellation of chronic, progressive physical disabilities.
Contact InformationTelephone: 520-625-1150 x103
Friends in Deed is a member driven, non-profit organization. At no charge we provide: durable medical equipment for loan, transportation, blood pressure clinics, social and educational programs and meeting space for non-profit organizations.
Contact InformationTelephone: 928-399-1512
Our commitment is to give legal guidance and assistance to promote the pursuit of living and working with confidence and without fear. Our nonprofit, publicly-supported program of legal counseling, advocacy, and education is dedicated to actively bringing about a more compassionate and cooperative world.
Contact InformationTelephone: 520-326-1217 x210
Serving families from Marana to Amado, Habitat for Humanity works to end poverty housing by creating opportunities for homeownership in partnership with low-income families and by making safe, decent and affordable shelter a matter of community conscience and action.
Contact InformationTelephone: 520-622-1600
Mobile Meals of Southern Arizona is a volunteer based, non-profit organization delivering special diet meals to the home bound, helping them maintain their health and remain living independently. Volunteers deliver meals, and provide social contact and a connection to other community organizations.
The Parkinson’s Support Groups of Green Valley, associated with Parkinson & Movement Disorder (PMD) Alliance, is dedicated to making a positive difference in the lives of Arizonans with Parkinson’s disease and their families by promoting Power Over Parkinson’s through education, services, and support. The Support Group also seeks to raise awareness of Parkinson’s disease and the issues that are important to the Parkinson’s community.
Pima Council on Aging (PCOA) is the designated Area Agency on Aging serving older adults and their families living in Pima County, Arizona. PCOA is a donor-supported non-profit 501(c)(3) organization accessible to any individual or group seeking assistance or sharing our mission.
Volunteers are the backbone of PCOA and essential to our mission. Whatever inspires you, we can help find a cause that lights you up.
Contact InformationTelephone: 520-648-7999
We can match your interests and skills to a variety of volunteer opportunities. At Casa, you’ll meet new people and strengthen your connections to the community as you provide needed assistance to our variety of programs.
Contact InformationTelephone: 520-262-6970
The Sahuarita Food Bank serves the communities of Sahuarita, South Tucson and Corona de Tucson. We are a distribution site for the Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP) .
Contact InformationTelephone: 520-299-6647 x206
Through the efforts of the many volunteers of TIHAN we hope to ensure that accurate information regarding HIV and AIDS is available to all of our communities in Tucson, and that the fear surrounding the epidemic will be replaced with knowledge and compassion. As a volunteer-based non-profit organization, we rely on the support of our amazing volunteers who have provided more than 15,000 hours of service.
Contact InformationTelephone: 520-625-5966 x25
Valley Assistance Services’ professional, compassionate staff provide RN advocacy, financial literacy training, benefits checkup and family programs. We are here to connect seniors and families with appropriate and essential social services, to reinforce independence and resilience, and create an improved quality of life.