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2009-07-27 \Tucson\Community\Assistance Organizations\
Seeking In-Kind Donations for Local Refugees http://www.ccs-soaz.org/Catholic-Social-
140 W Speedway, Suite 130
520.623.0344 x.
Please donate any unneeded furniture & household items to a great cause. Your in-kind donations are directly redistributed to newly arrived refugee families starting a new life in Tucson.

We especially need: beds, bikes, tables of all sizes, kitchen ... read more

2009-01-11 \Tucson\Community\Assistance Organizations\
International Rescue Committee Tucson office http://www.theirc.org/where/united_state
The IRC is a respected organization in charge of resettling and assisting refugees who come to Tucson.  According to their website they have assisted over 2000 refugees since 1997.

2009-01-11 \Tucson\Community\Assistance Organizations\
TIARC http://www.aztiarc.org/
Tucson International Alliance of Refugee Communities, Inc.  Interesting organization founded by former refugees to promote formation of mutual assistance organizations and promote development of refugee/immigrant communities.

2008-12-07 \Tucson\Community\Assistance Organizations\
Community Food Bank - Tucson : Volunteering
I'd love to volunteer myself for helping around the community. I am a 51 y/o honest and reliable female. Reply to this ad if you want to talk to me further..:)"

2008-12-03 \Tucson\Community\Assistance Organizations\
Community Food Bank - Tucson http://www.communityfoodbank.com
3003 S. Country Club Rd #221
884-9405
Great local resource needs your help!  

The community food bank has multiple programs to help out folks who need it in our community, including a community garden and teaching programs for people to grow more food.

Please visit their site at http ... read more

2008-12-03 Community Food Bank - Tucson
http://www.communityfoodbank.com
3003 S. Country Club Rd #221
884-9405
Great local resource needs your help!  

The community food bank has multiple programs to help out folks who need it in our community, including a community garden and teaching programs for people to grow more food.

Please visit their site at http://www.communityfoodbank.org and donate if you can.  The site also has lists of programs available if you need help."
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2009-01-11 International Rescue Committee Tucson office
http://www.theirc.org/where/united_states_tucson_az/
The IRC is a respected organization in charge of resettling and assisting refugees who come to Tucson.  According to their website they have assisted over 2000 refugees since 1997.
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2009-07-27 Seeking In-Kind Donations for Local Refugees
http://www.ccs-soaz.org/Catholic-Social-Service-Migration-and-Refugee-Services.html
140 W Speedway, Suite 130
520.623.0344 x.
Please donate any unneeded furniture & household items to a great cause. Your in-kind donations are directly redistributed to newly arrived refugee families starting a new life in Tucson.

We especially need: beds, bikes, tables of all sizes, kitchen ware, linens & towels.

Cash or check donations are especially valued because resources from government agencies are limited & some federal funding requires matching donations from private sources.

We can arrange a delivery to pickup donations and are happy to provide receipts for items received for tax purposes. Please contact Sarae at Catholic Community Services: 623.0344 x.1055 or saraek (at)  ccs-soaz.org
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2009-01-11 TIARC
http://www.aztiarc.org/
Tucson International Alliance of Refugee Communities, Inc.  Interesting organization founded by former refugees to promote formation of mutual assistance organizations and promote development of refugee/immigrant communities.
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