If you would like to see the community centers, parks, and faith and worship locations on a map, go to our Resource Map page! There you will see a map with all of these locations and more!

  • Volunteer and Donation Opportunities (Maricopa)

    Volunteer and Donation Opportunities


    Abounding Service

    Be an “Encourager” and help a refugee adult learn English. Volunteer for a 1 hour, 45 minute class per week and transform a student’s life and your own as you get to know and enrich each other!
    North Phoenix Baptist Church
    5757 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85012
    (480) 229-8842
    www.aboundingservice.org/

    Area Agency on Aging’s Mosaic Center for Refugee Elders

    Tuesday through Friday, assisted with citizenship classes, English classes, and other activities that serve refugees 60 or older. Volunteers who want to make telephone reassurance calls will be assigned a group of clients who you will call each week or every other week. These are friendly check-in calls to help with increased isolation, loneliness and anxiety that has occurred in many seniors due to the pandemic.
    1366 E. Thomas Rd.
    Phoenix, AZ 85013
    (602) 413-3611
    www.aaaphx.org/program-services/mosaic-center/

    Arizona Muslim Senior Services

    AZMSS mission is to facilitate the well-being and care of seniors in the valley through programs geared to serving the needs of a growing and ethnically diverse community. If you’re interested in volunteering with them, click here.

    azmssinfo@gmail.com

    https://arizonamuslimseniorservices.org/

    Catholic Charities Community Services

    Assist newly arrived refugee families integrate into American society, help refugees navigate the health care system, donate household goods, or become a foster parent.
    5151 N. 19th Ave.
    Phoenix, AZ 85015
    (602) 749-4400
    www.catholiccharitiesaz.org/volunteer

    Chicanos Por La Causa – Youth Refugee Mentoring

    Mentors serve as friends, role models and consistent sources of support by helping their mentee develop and reach their personal, academic and career goals. Most importantly, they build a fun, trusting, one-on-one relationship with their mentee. This is an opportunity to make a positive difference in the life of a young adult. Building a relationship with their mentee can be a slow process and mentors should be open to guidance, support, and creativity as they establish their relationship.
    619 N. 7th Ave. Bldg. B
    Phoenix, AZ 85007
    (602) 269-2578
    chcc@cplc.org

    Gathering Humanities

    Collect and assemble Hygiene and Food Kits for individuals and families in need during the Covid-19 pandemic. For a list of items needed in these kits, click here.
    510 S. 52nd St. #107
    Tempe, AZ 85281
    (928) 421-3446
    Tuesdays – 9:30am-11:30am
    www.gatheringhumanity.org/

    ICNA Relief

    ICNA Relief works only within the US and its territories. Every year we serve nearly 1.8M Americans in 417 cities. As of 2020, we now have 46 food pantries, 25 women’s transitional homes, 11 refugee and family services centers, 6 counseling programs, 8 medical clinics and 4 mobile clinics. The ICNA Relief team in Arizona is always looking for volunteers. Here is where you will learn about the programs and services we are offering in Arizona and stay updated on opportunities to get involved whether it be volunteering, event partnerships or donating towards our various programs! Look at their sign up sheet here.

    International Rescue Committee – Volunteer Opportunities

    There are multiple volunteer opportunities IRC Phoenix which you can find here: www.rescue.org/volunteer-opportunities/phoenix-az
    4425 W. Olive Ave. #400,
    Glendale, AZ 85302
    (602) 433-2440
    volunteerphx@rescue.org

    HeartBEATS

    HeartBEATS is a youth-led organization dedicated to creating meaningful connections between the Phoenix refugee community and our volunteers through music programs and activities. We hope that these shared musical experiences will bring joy and healing and help to build bridges of understanding and expand the cultural and arts education for all. We believe that music has the unique ability to form bonds among all kinds of people regardless of age, nationality, or gender and know that it does not require a common language or skill set to be shared and enjoyed. HeartBEATS is looking for donations for the music starter kits that are given to our new neighbors on the Welcome to America Project deliveries. These music starter kits have items such as handheld jingle bells, tambourines, egg shakers, and rhythm sticks, and they are an easy and affordable way to share music across all communities, whether that be just within the families or with the volunteers as they help with deliveries.

    heartbeatsaz.wixsite.com/heartbeatsaz

    Click here to see a list of items needed.

    Helping Hand for Relief and Development

    Organize donated clothing and household items to send to refugees in need overseas.
    33 E Comstock Dr Suite #1,
    Chandler, AZ 85225
    Abdallah Khalife – Warehouse Manager
    (480) 558-4976 | Abdallah.Khalife@hhrd.us
    https://new.hhrd.org/

    Let’s Read, Neighbor

    Read books to refugee children and get to know refugee families in your community.
    Melek Akgul-Lee, melekakgul@gmail.com
    sites.google.com/view/lets-read-neighbor/home

    Lutheran Social Services of the Southwest (LSS-SW)

      • State-Wide
        • Grace Act Letters-The GRACE Act would stabilize the United States’ refugee resettlement program, keeping it at a sustainable level and building capacity for refugee resettlement agencies to support refugees upon arrival to up to 5 years later.LSS-SW has plenty of opportunities, both in Phoenix and Tucson, to volunteer and serve the refugee community. Current volunteer opportunities are listed below, some with more detail than others. For Phoenix opportunities, contact Jenny Tatum at jtatum@lss-sw.org.
      • Phoenix
        • Family/Group Co-Sponsors for Asylum Seekers – Co-Sponsorship programs for refugees and asylum-seekers allow volunteers to become “first friends” and cultural navigators to newly-arrived individuals and families. Co-sponsors help refugees and asylum-seekers adjust to life by sharing their knowledge and experience, such as taking them to the grocery store, to medical appointments, to buy new clothes, showing them how to navigate the bus system, or teaching them English..etc. Co-sponsors are trained and commit to at least 3 months of support. Please contact Charlotte Shurtz at Lutheran Social Services if interested, cshurtz@lss-sw.org
        • Mentors for Asylum Seekers
        • Airport Escorts for Asylum Seekers (Shifts at 5am, 7am, 11am, 2pm everyday)
        • Refugee Cultural Orientation Instructor
        • July Family Activity Kit Delivery for Family Resource Centers

    Mentor a Refugee

    Mentor a refugee or family to better assist their assimilation into American society.
    Mary Kaech, (520) 975-8588 | mary@phxrc.org

    New Pathways for Youth

    New Pathways for Youth connects high-risk youth ages 13 to 21 with caring and dedicated adult mentors to help them reach their greatest possible potential. We ground our mentoring practices in evidence-based curriculum that focuses on social and emotional learning. The curriculum involves intentional programs through which youth, with the support of their mentors, acquire and effectively apply knowledge, attitudes and skills.
    901 E. Jefferson St.,
    Phoenix AZ 85034
    602-258-1012
    https://npfy.org/get-involved/

    PCs for Refugees

    Computers are necessary tools of communication but nowadays are also ways to access job applications, school, and trainings. Donate your new or used computers and computer parts/accessories to PCs for Refugees! They will refurbish the computers and give them refugee families.
    donate@pcsforrefugees.com
    pcsforrefugees.com

    Welcome to America Project

    The Welcome to America Project celebrates refugees and accelerates their self-sufficiency by inviting volunteers to provide personal, meaningful welcomes and continued connections with our refugee neighbors. We share transportation, technology and transformational resources to enhance success, so that refugees do not just resettle in our country, they find community and flourish. See our website at wtap.org to learn how you can share your time, talent, furnishings and funds, helping to turn fear into hope. We are all a part of the welcome. What role will you play?

    Do you or someone you know want to help teach refugees English? You need not speak another language. And all learning will take place on-line. The Welcome to America Project (WTAP) and Arizona State University (ASU) are pleased to introduce our new Arizona-focused partnership under ASU’s Education for Humanity initiative. Education for Humanity works globally, in collaboration with on-the-ground partners, to improve access to education for refugees through provision of a variety of on-line programs ranging from English language training to entrepreneurship to academic coursework. Together, WTAP and E4H will offer a blended learning model that combines digital learning tools with in-person (virtual) support through our many volunteers. The initial objective of our program is to support the current English-language learning efforts in the refugee and refugee resettlement community. To learn more about the program and the role of volunteer facilitators, please email your name and phone number to rsvp@wtap.org.

    1711 W University Dr #158, Tempe, AZ 85281

    (602) 490-0088

    wtap.org

    The 3000 Club

    For a donation of $10 in Phoenix, Tucson and Northern Arizona you can get up to 60 lbs. of fresh produce in a farmers’ market like atmosphere and setup that you can share with your friends, family, neighbors or other people in need. Doing so also helps us rescue good fresh produce from going to the landfills.

    We are actively looking for volunteers to support these additional outreach and would be grateful if you can come on board and help. If you would like to volunteer at any of our sites, feel free to show up at your closes MOM site and just let them know you’d like to volunteer and help. Please send an email at nicco@the3000club.org if you have any questions.

    To see date and times, go to https://www.marketonthemove.org/

    For more volunteer opportunities or to assemble volunteers, visit: www.justserve.org/projects

  • Volunteer and Donation Opportunities (Pima)

    Volunteer and Donation Opportunities


    Diaper Bank of Southern Arizona

    The Diaper Bank of Southern Arizona makes diapers, incontinence supplies, and period products available during times of need, primarily through collaborative community relationships that promote health, wellness, dignity, and independence.
    1050 S. Plumer Ave.
    Tucson, AZ 85719
    https://www.diaperbank.org/givemytime

    International Rescue Committee – Volunteer Opportunities

    There are multiple volunteer opportunities at IRC Tucson which you can find here: https://www.rescue.org/volunteer-opportunities/tucson-az
    1011 North Craycroft Road
    Suite 404
    Tucson, AZ 85711
    (520) 319-2128
    VolunteerTucson@rescue.org

    Iskashitaa Refugee Network

    Attend a harvest and food preservation course to assist refugees with food security. Sign up to help harvest fruit here. Sign up to help in the community garden here.
    1406 E. Grant Rd Bldg. #2,
    Tucson, AZ 85719
    (520) 440-0100 | volunteer@iskashitaa.org | harvesting@iskashitaa.org
    https://www.iskashitaa.org/opportunities

    Lutheran Social Services of the Southwest

    LSS has plenty of opportunities, both in Phoenix and Tucson, to volunteer and serve the refugee community. From creating food and hygiene kits for newly arrived refugees to mentoring refugee youth, there are many different ways to volunteer with LSS. For Tucson opportunities, contact Jessica O’Donnell at jodonnell@lss-sw.org

    3364 E. Grant Road

    Tucson, AZ 85716

    • Tucson Needs
      • Refugee Youth Mentors –  Seeking motivated mentors to invest in the Tucson community. Must be able to meet weekly for 4 months to support refugee youth in reaching their goals around job readiness, college readiness, improving English and career exploration. The next mentor training will be on Monday, July 19th from 4- 6:30 pm. Learn more here.

    Pima Community College – Citizenship Substitute Teacher

    Adult Basic Education for College and Career (ABECC) offers many opportunities for you to work as volunteer tutors or classroom aides. As a volunteer, you will find that the benefits you reap are as valuable as your guidance is to the students you assist. Volunteers are primarily used as tutors in math, writing, citizenship, computer, or English Language Learning settings. To find more information about volunteering for ABECC, or to learn how to become a volunteer, call (520) 206-3737.
    1255 N. Stone Ave.
    Tucson, AZ 85709
    https://www.pima.edu/community/adult-basic-education/volunteer.html

    The Welcome to America Project

    Do you or someone you know want to help teach refugees English? You need not speak another language. And all learning will take place on-line. The Welcome to America Project (WTAP) and Arizona State University (ASU) are pleased to introduce our new Arizona-focused partnership under ASU’s Education for Humanity initiative. Education for Humanity works globally, in collaboration with on-the-ground partners, to improve access to education for refugees through provision of a variety of on-line programs ranging from English language training to entrepreneurship to academic coursework. Together, WTAP and E4H will offer a blended learning model that combines digital learning tools with in-person (virtual) support through our many volunteers. The initial objective of our program is to support the current English-language learning efforts in the refugee and refugee resettlement community. To learn more about the program and the role of volunteer facilitators, please email your name and phone number to rsvp@wtap.org.
    1711 W University Dr #158, Tempe, AZ 85281
    (602) 490-0088
    wtap.org

    Tucson Refugee Ministry

    Welcoming newly arrived refugees, assisting at special events in a refugee community, and collecting essential supplies for a refugees’ new home.
    631 N. 2nd Street
    Tucson, AZ 85705
    Jesus Sandoval – Volunteer Coordinator
    jesus@tucsonrefugeeministry.com
    https://www.tucsonrefugeeministry.com/how-to-get-involved/

    The 3000 Club

    For a donation of $10 in Phoenix, Tucson and Northern Arizona you can get up to 60 lbs. of fresh produce in a farmers market like atmosphere and setup that you can share with your friends, family, neighbors or other people in need. Doing so also helps us rescue good fresh produce from going to the landfills.

    We are actively looking for volunteers to support these additional outreach and would be grateful if you can come on board and help. If you would like to volunteer at any of our sites, feel free to show up at your closes MOM site and just let them know you’d like to volunteer and help. Please send an email at nicco@the3000club.org if you have any questions.

    To see date and times, go to our events page.

    For more volunteer opportunities or to assemble volunteers, visit: justserve.org

  • Community Centers (Maricopa)

    Community Centers


    UPDATE 03/16/2021

    Phoenix Park Amenities Will Begin Reopening March 17 – https://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/parks-and-recreation/1807 

    Chicanos Por La Causa Community Center

    3216 W. Van Buren St.
    Phoenix, AZ 85009
    (602) 269-2578
    Monday-Friday: 8am-5pm
    https://www.cplc.org/

    Desert West Community Center

    TEMPORARILY CLOSED
    6501 W. Virginia Ave.
    Phoenix, AZ 85035
    (602) 495-3700
    Monday-Thursday: 9am-9pm
    Friday: 9am-6pm
    Saturday: 10am-10:30pm
    Sunday: Closed
    https://www.phoenix.gov/parks/recreation-and-community-centers/centers-d/desert-west

    Eastlake Park Community Center

    TEMPORARILY CLOSED
    1549 E. Jefferson St.
    Phoenix, AZ 85034
    (602) 262-6759
    Monday-Thursday: 10am-9pm
    Friday: 10am-6pm
    Saturday: 9am-7pm
    Sunday: Closed
    https://www.phoenix.gov/parks/recreation-and-community-centers/centers-e/eastlake

    Golden Gate Community Center

    1625 N. 39th Ave.
    Phoenix, AZ 85009
    (602) 233-0017
    Monday-Friday: 6am-6:30pm
    Saturday-Sunday: Closed
    https://wesleycenterphx.org/golden-gate-community-wesley-health-center/

    Goelet A. C. Beuf Community Center

    TEMPORARILY CLOSED
    3435 W. Pinnacle Peak Rd.
    Phoenix, AZ 85027
    (602) 534-4754
    Monday-Thursday: 8am-8:30pm
    Friday: 8am-5pm
    Saturday: 10am-4pm
    https://www.phoenix.gov/parks/recreation-and-community-centers/centers-b/beuf

    Heart of Isaac Community Center

    1403 N. 32nd Ave.
    Phoenix, AZ 85009
    (602) 442-0583
    Monday-Friday: 7:30am-4:30pm
    Saturday-Sunday: Closed
    https://www.isaacschools.org/Page/785

    Maryvale Community Center

    TEMPORARILY CLOSED
    4420 N. 51st Ave.
    Phoenix, AZ 85031
    (602) 262-5030
    Monday-Thursday: 9am-9pm
    Friday: 9am-6pm
    Saturday-Sunday: 10am-10:30pm
    https://www.phoenix.gov/parks/recreation-and-community-centers/centers-m/maryvale

    Muriel Smith Recreation Center

    TEMPORARILY CLOSED
    2230 W. Roeser Rd.
    Phoenix, AZ 85041
    (602) 534-5131
    Monday-Friday: 4pm-8pm
    Saturday: 10am-2pm
    Sunday: Closed

    South Mountain Community Center

    TEMPORARILY CLOSED
    212 E. Alta Vista Rd.
    Phoenix, AZ 85042
    (602) 262-4874
    Monday-Thursday: 9am-6pm
    Friday-Saturday: 9am-9pm
    Sunday: Closed
    https://www.phoenix.gov/parks/recreation-and-community-centers/centers-s/south-mountain

    Sunnyslope Community Center

    TEMPORARILY CLOSED
    802 E. Vogel Ave.
    Phoenix, AZ 85020
    (602) 262-6661
    Monday-Thursday: 9am-9pm
    Friday: 9am-6pm
    Saturday: 10am-6pm
    Sunday: Closed
    https://www.phoenix.gov/parks/recreation-and-community-centers/centers-s/sunnyslope

    Verde Park Recreation Center

    TEMPORARILY CLOSED
    916 E. Van Buren St.
    Phoenix, AZ 85006
    (602) 495-5109
    Monday-Friday: 4pm-8pm
    Saturday-Sunday: Closed

  • Community Centers (Pima)

    Community Centers


    Refugee Resource Center

    1390 W. Speedway Blvd.

    Tucson, AZ 85745

    (520) 241-3465

    *By Appointment*

    https://www.rrcaz.org/about

    Catalina Family and Resource Center

    3645 E. Pima St.

    Tucson, AZ 85716

    (520) 232-8684

    Duffy Clothing Bank

    655 N. Magnolia Ave

    Tucson, AZ 85711

    (520) 232-7055

    Mckinley-Vento Neglected/Delinquent Center

    655 N. Magonalia Ave.

    Tucson, AZ 85711

    (520) 232-7058

    Palo Verde Family Resource Center

    1302 S. Avenida Vega.

    Tucson, AZ 85710

    (520) 584-7455

    Southwest Family Resource Center

    6855 S. Mark Rd.

    Tucson, AZ 85757

    (520) 908-3980

    Wakefield Family Resource Center

    101 W. 44th St.

    Tucson, AZ 85713

    (520) 225-3800

  • Parks and Recreation (Maricopa)

    Parks and Recreation


    Bosnal Park

    5802 W. Bethany Home Rd.

    Glendale, AZ 85301

    Mon-Sun 6am-9pm

    Chapparal Park

    N. 57th Ave.

    Glendale, AZ 85308

    Mon-Sun 6am-10pm

    Cielito Park

    3402 W Campbell Ave.

    Phoenix, AZ 85017

    Mon-Sun 5:30am-11pm

    Circle K Park

    1346 E South Mountain Rd.

    Phoenix, AZ 85042

    Mon-Sun 5:30am-10pm

    Civics Space Park

    424 N. Central Ave.

    Phoenix, AZ 85004

    Monday – Sunday: 5am-11pm

    Colter Park

    902 W. Colter St.

    Phoenix, AZ 85013

    Mon-Sun 5:30am-10pm

    Cortez Park

    9401 N. 35th Ave.

    Phoenix, AZ 85051

    Mon-Sun 5:30-11pm

    Desert Star Park

    8550 W. Encanto Blvd.

    Phoenix, AZ 85037

    Mon-Sun 5:30am-10pm

    Desert West Park

    6602 W. Encanto Blvd.

    Phoenix, AZ 85035

    Mon-Sun 6am-10pm

    Encanto Park

    2605 N. 15th Ave.

    Phoenix, AZ 85007

    Monday – Sunday: 5:30am – 11pm

    Estrella Mountain Regional Park

    14805 W. Vineyard Ave.

    Goodyear, AZ 85338

    Sun-Thur 6am-8pm

    Fri-Sat 6am-10pm

    Foot Hills Park

    19073 N. 57th Ave.

    Glendale, AZ 85308

    Mon-Sun 6am-10pm

    Francisco Highland Park

    2702 E. South Mountain Ave.

    Phoenix, AZ 85042

    Mon-Sun 5:30am-10pm

    Margaret T. Hance Park

    67 W. Culver St.

    Phoenix, AZ 85003

    Monday – Sunday : 6am- 10:30pm

    Steele Indian School Park

    300 E. Indian School Rd.

    Phoenix, AZ 85012

    Monday – Sunday: 6am – 10pm

    Verde Park

    916 E. Van Buren St.

    Phoenix, AZ 85006

    Monday – Sunday: 5am – 10pm

  • Parks and Recreation (Pima)

    Parks and Recreation


    Alvernon Park

    701 N. Longfellow Ave.

    Tucson, AZ 85711

    Monday-Sunday: 6am-10:30pm

     

    Anza Park

    1000 N. Stone Ave.

    Tucson, AZ 85705

    Monday-Sunday: 7:30am-10:30pm

     

    Case Natural Resource Park

    9815 E. Kenyon Dr.

    Tucson, AZ 85748

    Monday-Sunday: 6:30am-10:30pm

     

    Connor Park

    2200 E. Glenn St.

    Tucson, AZ 85719

    (520) 791-4873

    Monday-Sunday: 6:30am-10:30pm

    Groves Park

    7400 E. Juniper Dr.

    Tucson, AZ 85730

    Monday-Sunday: 6am-10pm

     

    Limberlost Family Park

    4255 N. 4th Ave.

    Tucson, AZ 85705

    Monday-Sunday: 6am-10:30pm

     

    McCormick Park

    2950 N. Columbus Blvd.

    Tucson, AZ 85712

    Monday-Sunday: 6am-8:30pm

     

    Palo Verde Park

    425 S. Mann Ave.

    Tucson, AZ 85710

    Monday-Sunday: 8am-7:30pm

  • Faith and Worship Support (Maricopa)

    Faith and Worship Support


    Central United Methodist Church

    1875 N. Central Ave.

    Phoenix, AZ 85004

    (602) 258-8048

     

    Christ Church Anglican

    5811 N. 20th St.

    Phoenix, AZ 85016

    (602) 955-2040

    www.christchurchphoenix.org/

     

    Christ’s Church of the Valley (CCV) – Midtown

    2005 E. Indian School Rd.

    Phoenix, AZ 85016

    (623) 561-3500

    Monday-Thursday: 8:30am-4:30pm

    Friday-Saturday: Closed

    Sunday: 8:30am-12:30am

     

    Church for the Nations

     6225 N. Central Ave.

    Phoenix, AZ 85012

    (602) 861-0000

    Monday: Closed

    Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 9am-2:30pm

    Wednesday: 9am-2:30pm, 7pm-9pm

    Saturday: 10am-12pm

    Sunday: 9am-1pm, 6pm-9pm

    Islamic Center of Arizona

    9026 N 9th St.

    Phoenix, AZ 85020

    Shah Hussaini  Kingssubsphx@gmail.com  | 602- 578-8181

     

    Islamic Center of North Phoenix

    13246 N. 23rd Ave.

    Phoenix, AZ 85029

    (602) 371-3440

    www.facebook.com/ICNPAZ/

     

    Islamic Community Center of Phoenix (ICCP)

    7516 N. Black Canyon Hwy.

    Phoenix, AZ 85051

    (602) 249-0496 | info@iccpaz.com

    www.iccpaz.com

    Monday-Sunday: 6am-9pm

    Masjid E Kausur

    6221 W. Glendale Ave.

    Glendale, AZ 85301

    (310) 895-1782

    Monday-Sunday 6am-8pm

     

    Masjid Tauba

    1219 W. Buckeye Rd.

    Phoenix, AZ 85007

    (480) 369-4686

     

    Muslim Community Mosque Phoenix

    1818 N. 32nd St.

    Phoenix, AZ 85008

    (602) 306-4959

    www.phoenixmcm.weebly.com/

    Monday-Sunday: 5am-8pm

     

    Phoenix Bible Church

    4002 N. 18th Ave.

    Phoenix, AZ 85015

    (602) 730-6281

     

    Saint Francis Xavier Catholic Church

    4715 N. Central Ave.

    Phoenix, AZ 85012

    (602) 279-9547

     

    St Joseph Maronite Catholic Church

    5406 E. Virginia Ave.

    Phoenix, AZ 85008

    (602) 667-3280

    Monday-Sunday: 7am-7pm

     

    St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Basilica

     231 N. 3rd St.

    Phoenix, AZ 85004

    (602) 354-2100

    Monday-Friday: 10am-4pm

    Saturday: 10am-6pm

    Sunday: 8am-1pm

  • Faith and Worship Support (Pima)

    Faith and Worship Support


    Ahmadiyya Muslim Community

    250 W. Speedway Blvd.

    Tucson, AZ 85705

    (520) 624-4100

     

    Christ Church United Methodist

    655 N. Craycroft Rd.

    Tucson, AZ 85711

    (520) 327-1116

    www.ccumtucson.org/

     

    Christian Faith Fellowship

    1900 N. Country Club Rd.

    Tucson, AZ 85716

    (520) 329-0842

    www.cfftucson.com/

     

    ICS Masjid Tucson

    5010 E. Bellevue St.

    Tucson, AZ 85712

    (520) 323-7636

    www.masjidtucson.org/

     

    Islamic Center of Tucson

    901 E. 1st St.

    Tucson, AZ 85719

    (520) 624-3233

    www.ictucson.org

    Muslim Community Center of Tucson

    5100 N. Kevy Pl.

    Tucson, AZ 85704

    (520) 329-8568

    www.mcctucson.org/

    Monday-Sunday: 5am-8pm

     

    Pantano Christian Church

    1755 S. Houghton Rd.

    Tucson, AZ 85748

    (520) 298-5395

    www.pantano.church/

     

    Saints Peter & Paul Catholic Church

    1946 E. Lee St.

    Tucson, AZ 85719

    (520) 327-6015

    www.sspp-parish.org/

     

    St. Pius X Catholic Church

    1800 N. Camino Pío Décimo

    Tucson, AZ 85715

    (520) 885-3573

    www.stpiusxtucson.org/

     

    Saint Thomas More Catholic Newman Center

    1615 E. 2nd St.

    Tucson, AZ 85719

    (520) 327-4665

    www.uacatholic.org

  • Community Engaged Policing

    Community Engaged Policing


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  • Family Reunification

    Family Reunification


    Red Cross – Reconnecting Families

    Translated Posters

    Available in Albanian, Arabic, Bengali, Burmese, English, Farsi, French, Haitian, Hindi, Karen, Karenni, Khmer, Kinyarwanda, Kirundi, Kurdish, Lao, Nepali, Pashto, Polish, Punjabi, Russian, Somali, Spanish, Swahili, Tamil, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian, Urdu, and Vietnamese.

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    Red Cross – Restoring Family Links

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