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Tucson Community Partner Application
Organizations wishing to apply for the Community Partnership grant must complete the following one page application. Applicants must be a 501C-3 non-profit organization, a collaboration of nonprofit partners, or a community or corporate foundation.
We have awarded a community partnership grant to one applicant per month since January 2009.
Applications may be submitted at any time. To be considered for a specific month, this application must be delivered by the first Wednesday of the previous month.
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City Council approves homeless meter program
Tucson City Council approved a program that allows people to donate to help the homeless through a parking meter.
Sunnyside High School will get a golf complex
Sunnyside Unified School District will use voter approved bond funds to build a golf complex at Sunnyside High School.
Senior golfers putt for charity
Smoking is banned at all Sahuarita public parks
Smoking tobacco at all Sahuarita public parks is banned.
Target to spend $20 million on private bathrooms
Target announced its bathroom policy in April. Some conservative groups have responded by boycotting the retailer.
Handicar job fair scheduled for Tuesday
The Goodwill Job Connection Center will be hosting a Handicar job fair Tuesday.
Tucson couple gets Miracle Ear's "Gift of Sound"
It's a problem many aging adults deal with -- but it's often too expensive to fix. Hearing loss can create both a serious financial burden,…
Homeless veterans cut in half
Fewer burglaries on the East Side
Police Chief Chris Magnus said there would be more police patrols throughout Tucson. And now, that plan is helping the East Side stop burglars.
Keeping Downtown Tucson authentic
The Downtown Tucson area is booming with new businesses and developments. How do you adapt to growing interest from a progressive crowd and…
Getting "Spice" off the streets, out of Tucson
It's being compared to meth -- but you can still buy forms of it at local smoke shops. But now, Ward 6 City Council Member Steve…
Man witnessed 8th and Campbell shooting
Micah Chermak was home when the incident happened. He heard a pop -- figured it was probably somebody setting off fireworks. He…
Back the Blue
Join Scripps Media and our local business partners and 'Back the Blue' in support of local law enforcement in Tucson.
Local Tucson figure attending the Democratic Nat
One Tucson man will be representing Southern Arizona at the Democratic National Convention this week. Currently running to be a Legislative…
21 new teachers join a school district in need
The Santa Cruz Valley Unified School District No. 35 hired 21 teachers for the upcoming school year. District 35 has about 3,600 students…
Hot Desert Heat, Check All The Seats
Did you know, in a closed car it can only take minutes to reach 170 degrees? Every minute is crucial to your child or pet’s health.
Santa's Workshop gets donations
PCSD back-to-school event Saturday
The Pima County Sheriff's Department hosted a back-to-school event Saturday: "Badges & Backpacks" from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Tucson…
Ex-NFL player hosts football camp at Rincon High
Tucson's January 8th Memorial Foundation
Tucson's January 8th Memorial Foundation is leading a community-wide effort to build a permanent memorial in downtown Tucson.
5 things you didn't know you could do in Arizona
Dinosaurs and zip lining...but not zip lining dinosaurs. You could live in Arizona your entire life and STILL not know these secret adventures!
The 8th Annual Festival of Books
The annual Festival of Books on the University of Arizona campus has something for everyone to see and do! Thousands of books, hundreds of…
Southern AZ animal food bank needs donations
A non-profit organization that provides free food to pet owners is asking the community to help it raise $1,500 for a special delivery.
Brain Boost at the Children's Museum of Tucson
Tucson children have been experiencing the joy of discovery, learning and play for 30 years at Children’s Museum Tucson! Celebrate the…