Q:

What are some Arizona charities?

A:

Quick Answer

Some Arizona charities are United Food Bank, St. Mary's Food Bank Alliance, Interfaith Community Services, Community Food Bank of Tucson, Child Crisis Center, Save the Family Foundation of Arizona, Boy Scouts of America Catalina Council, Society of St. Vincent de Paul - Phoenix, Rainbow Acres, Boys & Girls Club of Tucson Inc., Special Olympics Arizona, Boys & Girls Club of Greater Scottsdale, Girl Scouts Arizona Cactus-Pine Council and 100 Club of Arizona. Each of these charities is a human services charity according to the Arizona Charities official website.

Continue Reading

Full Answer

World Care, Food for the Hungry, Alliance for Children Everywhere and Esperanca are Arizona's international charities that focus on humanitarian relief and development, according to Arizona Charities.

Habitat for Humanity Central Arizona, Valley of the Sun United Way, Arizona Community Foundation, Habitat for Humanity Tucson, United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona, Goldwater Institute, Pat Tillman Foundation, Homeward Bound Phoenix and Angel Charity for Children Inc. are Arizona public benefit charities.

Other Arizona charities include Make-A-Wish International, PetSmart Charities, ASU Foundation, Grand Canyon Trust, Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southern Arizona, Arizona Animal Welfare League and SPCA, Make-A-Wish Foundation Arizona, Desert Botanical Garden, Center for Biological Diversity, Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Humane Society of Southern Arizona and Native Seeds/SEARCH.

Learn more about Business & Finance

Related Questions

Explore