IN NW TUCSON
MAIN OFFICE
& FOOD BANK
3535 E. Hawser St.
Tucson, AZ 85739
520-825-0009
M-F 8AM - 4:30 PM

IN VAIL

13190 E. Colossal Cave Rd. #130

Old Vail Station
(2 doors down from the Vail P.O.)

Vail, AZ 85641

520-222-4966

M-W 8AM - 4:30 PM

Th, F 9AM - 6:00 PM


OUR MISSION
To make a positive IMPACT by improving lives and inspiring futures in our underserved Southern Arizona communities.
    - Catalina
    - Oro Valley
    - SaddleBrooke
    - Northwest Tucson
    - Southeastern Pinal Co. 
    - Greater Vail 
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Summer Program 
for Client Families 
June-July, 2015
We have lots of activities planned this summer! Pima County's Mad Science program is coming, along with Tucson Reptile Rescue. Kids will have the opportunity to create an ecosystem, go on a nature walk, build a bird feeder, participate in Teens Sew Cool making a memory quilt, and Zumba. And that's just in June! For kids 5-16. Activities take place in the morning and early afternoon. Hours vary. Please call 825-0009 for more information. 

The Diaper Bank of Southern Arizona provides IMPACT of Southern Arizona with baby diapers and incontinence supplies for our clients. 

To learn more about our community partner, CLICK HERE

Proceeds from the Golden Goose Thrift Shop benefit IMPACT SoAZ and SaddleBrooke Community Outreach. Click here to get your Goose coupon! http://www.goldengooseaz.com/coupon.html

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Donna Ybarra Makes An IMPACT On Students!

                               

Our after-school program at Coronado K-8 has ended for this year,but the IMPACT Coordinator Donna Ybarra has had on students and families goes on! Thank you, Donna, for an incredible job! Here are just a few of the well-deserved accolades she has received: 

From a student:
One middle-schooler created a Poetry Anthology for her writing class, saying, "I would like to dedicate this to Mrs. Donna Ybarra and her daughter, Mary, for always giving me inspiration and a helping hand. They are so kind to me and deserve much more than a simple dedication."

From parents:
"Thank you for letting my son come to the after school program. It has made a lot of difference for him to be able to catch up with his school work in all grades and pass 6th grade. He does struggle and Mrs. Donna you being there to help him and talk to him about grades and life and why we as parents push our kids to do well and try hard. Thank you for all that you do for our children."

“May I say how blessed I am that you have made it possible for my son last year and this year to be in the after school class with Mrs. Donna Ybarra. He graduated thanks so much to Mrs. Donna's help. Her love, kindness, and devotion will be in our mind and hearts forever.”


Girls & Science Go Together!


  
Today Google honors Sally Ride, who on June 18, 1983, became the first American woman to travel into space. The five GIF's celebrate various events in her life. Click on the link below for a brief look at the five pictures and thoughts by the Doodle artist! We're encouraging girls to explore careers in science through our summer program in June/July. Topics include ecosystems, electricity and air with Pima County's Mad Science program, a visit from Tucson Reptile Rescue, and a trip to the AZ Museum of Natural History in Mesa. You go girls!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=12&v=AvfpnyRW8Io



IMPACT of Southern Arizona is a member of the SaddleBrooke Triad, Better Business Bureau, Oro Valley Chamber of Commerce, Vail Chamber of Commerce, The Alliance of Arizona Non-Profits, and an agency of the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona and Pima Council On Aging. The State of Arizona recognizes IMPACT of Southern Arizona as an organization that helps the working poor, allowing donors to use their contributions as a tax credit. In 2012 we were named Non-Profit of the Year by the Oro Valley Chamber of Commerce and nominated again in 2014.