COVID-19 Resources and Organization Updates

COVID-19 and Our Community

As coronavirus, COVID-19, continues to spread across the U.S. and the globe, we’d like to share what United Way of Tucson & Southern Arizona is doing to respond. The health and safety of our community and its residents are our number one priority. Our local focus, along with our community impact partners, is working to improve the lives of children, families, seniors and those in emergency situations. Now, the people we serve may be even more vulnerable during this public health emergency. 

United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona is joining with our nonprofit partners, local foundations, businesses, media and educational organizations to launch United for Southern Arizona COVID-19 Fund to help those who need it most survive during this crisis.

 

Donate to United for Southern Arizona COVID-19 Fund

 

Due to concerns about COVID-19, United Way of Tucson is not accepting unscheduled visitors. If you do not have an appointment or arrangements with a staff member please visit our website unitedwaytucson.org for information or call our main office number at 903-9000. Due to many employees working remotely you may not be able to reach someone by phone right away.  Please see below for information regarding tax return pick up as it relates to the above.

Thank you for your understanding.

Please be assured that while we remain focused on the health and safety of our staff and those around us, we are also focused on providing continued service to the community. We are taking steps to ensure we can continue to deliver the same high level of quality and engagement internally and externally during these unique circumstances. We will continue to keep this site updated on any local assistance that becomes available.

 

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