Tohono O’odham Nation chooses the Children’s Advocacy Center

The Children’s Advocacy Center of Southern Arizona was selected by the Tohono O’odham Nation to receive $15,000 from the 12% Gaming Distribution program. Under Proposition 202, passed in 2002, Arizona tribes agreed to share a portion of their gaming revenues to cities, town or counties for the purpose of benefiting the general public. We are […]

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Tucson Electric Power & Grants that make a Difference

$5500 really does make a Difference to the Children at our non-profit Center. Once again, T.E.P. has assisted us in our never-ending quest for resources to help abused children and receive help dealing with trauma. We couldn’t do it without all our community partners especially Tucson Electric Power. From the bottom of our Hearts, Thank […]

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