Make a Difference, Help Change a Child’s Life

Children are back in school, and fall is the time to remember those youngsters in the service area of SaddleBrooke Community Outreach by making a contribution to SBCO to support its programs.  Needy children in 8 school districts, 20 schools, and 3 counties are eligible for our programs in this 100 mile corridor that extends from Catalina to San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation.

Our projects include Kids’ Closet, Teen Closet, Education opportunities, support of the Tri Community Food Bank, Thanksgiving Food Baskets, and the Adopt A Family program.  We provide new clothing, tutoring and college scholarships, nutritional support, and enrichment opportunities.

Your gift may be on behalf of a friend or family member, in memory of a special person or to honor a particular event.  You will receive an acknowledgment of your donation, and a gift card that you may send to the appropriate recipient.

SBCO is a 501c3 organization eligible for AZ Tax Credits for its services provided to the working poor. Contributions are also tax deductible on itemized Federal Income Tax returns.
We recommend consulting with your tax preparer.

Please send your donation with your name and address to SBCO, 63675 E. SaddleBrooke Blvd, Suite L, Tucson AZ 85739.  You may also visit our website www.community-outreach.org and donate via PayPal.

Questions can be answered by Dorothy Moore, 520-603-0171

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