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2020 Charities & TCCS Beneficiaries

Donations & proceeds to benefit local charities around Tucson

Pima JTED

Learn more about the Rotary Club of Tucson and how they are helping to build the new Innovative Learning Center.

The Pima JTED (Joint Technical Education District) will be opening its third central campus in Southern Arizona at 3300 S. Park Avenue at I-10 in The Bridges development. The 50,000 square foot JTED Innovative Learning Center will provide students with premier, tuition-free career and technical programs to high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors from public, private, and charter schools, and students who are home-schooled. Pima JTED serves students who have not earned a diploma or GED and are under the age of 22. Programs at The Bridges Campus will include Registered Medical Assistant, Licensed Nursing Assistant, Health Care Foundations, 3-D Animation and Game Design, CyberSecurity/Artificial Intelligence, Robotics and Automation, Air Transportation/Drone Operator, Engineering/Aerospace & Mining Technology, and Culinary and Nutritional Arts with an innovative integrated project-based learning emphasis in partnership with local business, industry and post-secondary institutions, and offering industry-recognized certifications and dual college credit in most programs. Pima JTED is committed to provide high school students with the necessary future-forward skills to be career and college ready and contribute to our community’s economic well-being.

Make Way for Books

MWFB is the primary beneficiary of the Tucson Classics Car Show. Their mission is to give all children the chance to read and succeed. Each year, the lives of 30,000 young children, families and educators are impacted through proven and powerful early literacy programs. Their innovative family literacy strategy is a two-generation approach where young children and parents learn together and both gain skills. Each week, children experience books, reading, and literacy activities that foster their emergent literacy and language skills. Families receive quality books each week to take home to build their home library. As a result of Make Way for Books’ programming, 98% of participating young children gain emergent literacy and language skills that are essential for school readiness and future successful reading.

Grants from the 2019 Show

The Gregory School

Home of the annual Tucson Classics Car Show, the Gregory School is an independent, coeducational school serving students in grades 5 - 12. Our diverse learning community is the foundation for a high quality academic and social experience for all of our students.

We provided a $10,000 scholarship for a student to attend the Gregory School.

Reid Park Zoo

A non-profit zoo featuring hundreds of animals, with a mission towards conservation of the earth and its creatures, as well as educating the public.

We provided a $35,135 grant to Reid Park Zoo in 2019.

Interfaith Community Services

Helping individuals in need to achieve stable, healthy, independent lives, by adding a new Eastside family self-sufficiency center.

We provided a $35,135 grant to Interfaith Community Services in 2019.

Make Way for Books

MWFB uses a two-generation approach to give all children the chance to read and succeed. The nonprofit provides books and literacy activities to families with children up to five-years-old.

We provided a $65,271 grant to Make Way for Books in 2019.