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It starts with an apology. On Aug. 22, 2017, Tucson police detectives re-interviewed the survivor of a 2002 sexual assault, apologizing first, then listening as the woman recounted details of the attack she endured as an 18-year-old.
The cost of canceling Dancing With Our Stars, the Diaper Bank of Southern Arizona’s gala fundraiser, due to the COVID-19 pandemic was more than missing local “stars” paired with professional dancers twist, turn, twirl and maybe take a tumble.
Racial inclusion and diversity in Tucson nonprofits is the focus of a free virtual series launching Thursday. Organizers — all Black leaders in Tucson or Phoenix with several years of experience in nonprofits — created the virtual event “Courageous Conversations” to have a safe space where everyone from volunteers to CEOs can have a candid discussion about inclusion, diversity and equality in the nonprofit sector.
TUCSON, Ariz. — Mobile Meals of Southern Arizona is expanding its services due to three grants. It received more than $133,000 from two FEMA grants and a Pima County grant from the CARES Act.
For 50 years, Mobile Meals of Southern Arizona has been delivering health, dignity and independence to isolated seniors and those with disabilities, one meal at a time.
TUCSON, Ariz. — The Tucson Police Department is helping fill the need for volunteers at Mobile Meals of Southern Arizona. Mobile Meals is a nonprofit that helps deliver food to those in need. Interim Executive Director of Mobile Meals Jennifer Tersigni said they’ve seen a 20% increase in clients.
TUCSON, Ariz. — As a small non-profit agency, Mobile Meals depends on volunteer drivers to deliver food. However, many of its regular volunteer drivers are over the age of 70, and since the rise of the COVID-19 pandemic, those drivers have canceled for fear of exposure.
Raise the Bar Consulting is not only a SAVMA Awards 2020 Bronze Sponsor but a SAVMA member and its principal, Jennifer Tersigni is annual program presenter as well.
A new $747,000 grant awarded to the Tucson Police Department will expand services and resources for Spanish-speaking victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) – The Tucson Police Department announced on Tuesday, that it is getting hundreds of thousands of dollars in federal grant money for domestic violence.