Carondelet Health Network

Giving Campaign

Carondelet Health Network Giving

When we LIVE UNITED, we can achieve more than any single entity can alone. When you GIVE UNITED, you can change lives.

Campaign Dates: December 4th – December 15th

Carondelet Giving Form
Make a difference in your community today!

Or download and fill out a paper pledge form Here.

Community Impact Fund

Your Donations At Work

United Way’s Community Impact Fund supports over 420,000 residents of Tucson and Southern Arizona from Birth to End-of-Life. Through programing, partnerships, and collaboration we:

Improve educational and life outcomes for children, youth, and young adults by advancing equity and excellence in education.

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Improve the equity of employment and financial wellness outcomes of adults and families for life-long well-being.

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Provide equitable access through education and resources to improve the quality of living and dying for older people and their families.

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Feed one older adult one healthy prepared meal a day for a year

Weekly food boxes for 10 families

Personal libraries for 14 under-served elementary school students

1 year of education and career resources to disadvantaged youth

Frequently Asked Questions:

Who do I contact if I have questions about Online Giving or about United Way of Tucson?

Please contact United Way Associate Development Officer Erin Haugen at 520-903-3912 or ehaugen@unitedwaytucson.org

Does the Arizona Charitable Tax Credit Apply?

Yes, United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona is a qualifying organization for the Arizona Charitable Tax Credit, which provides a dollar-for-dollar tax credit of up to $421/individual or $841/couples. This applies only when donating to the Helping The Working Poor Fund which supports job-skills training, affordable childcare, educational opportunities, emergency services and more, to the Working Poor in our community. The code needed to claim the Qualifying Charitable Organization tax credit for an umbrella organization is 20726.

What are the campaign dates?

December 4th – December 15th

How does United Way Turn $1 into a $5 impact?

Every $1 goes further because of the collective approach and strategic networks United Way has in place. Investments are amplified locally by collaborating with non-profit partners, utilizing volunteers and by apply for federal and national grants that bring new dollars into southern Arizona to help build a thriving community.

How and where will my investments be used?

Investments made to the Collective Impact Fund directly support local work to improve education, financial stability and healthy communities. Funds go to direct services such as the VITA program, partner organization allocations, collaborative partnerships like Cradle to Career and programing efforts such as the ELDER Alliance. Approximately 300 community leaders from throughout Southern Arizona evaluates the best funding uses and give expert recommendations. Every funded initiative provides quantifiable results and are held to a comprehensive list of standards.

What does collective impact mean?

 Collective Impact occurs when organizations from different sectors agree to unite together to solve complex problems using a structured form of collaboration. United Way provides the space and structure to support these efforts and dedicated staff to guide the vision and strategic development to work towards large-scale social change. United Way’s efforts help to align activities and establish shared measurement practices to build best practices, leading to the most community aligned and robust programs and services. Learn More Here.

Get Involved

Volunteer or Join an Affinity Group Today!

Volunteer

Volunteering is at the core of United Way’s mission. We have a variety of opportunities for individuals, groups and workplace campaigns! Whether you’re interested in mentoring a young person, offering your skills as a financial advisor or spending an afternoon with a senior, you’ve come to the right place.

Women United

Women United is a global movement of more than 70,000 diverse women leaders dedicated to creating a world of opportunity for everyone. Women United recognizes the enormous power and influence of women in philanthropy. Women United in Southern Arizona focuses their efforts on early childhood education initiatives.

Young Leaders United

Young Leaders United (YLU) is a group of young professionals who share in connecting with like-minded people, are committed to serving opportunity youth and leading by implementing impact throughout Southern Arizona. 

Leadership giving levels

From emerging philanthropists to dedicated donors!

Emerging Philanthropists

Pioneer: $500 – $999

  • Inclusion as a Pioneer Donor on United Way Leadership Roster in the Annual Report
  • Invitation to United Way Leadership Society volunteer projects
  • Networking opportunities with United Way leaders and other leadership donors
  • Young Professional donors will receive an invitation to join the Young Leaders United and may participate in YLU specific events and volunteer opportunities
Leadership Society

BRONZE: $1000 – $1499
SILVER: $1500 – $2499
GOLD: $2500 – $4999
PLATINUM: $5000 – $7499
DIAMOND: $7500 – $9999

  • Inclusion as a Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum or Diamond Donor on United Way Leadership Roster in the Annual Report
  • Invitation to United Way Leadership Society volunteer projects
  • Networking opportunities with United Way leaders and other leadership donors
  • Opportunity to participate in United Way Initiatives Committees
  • Two tickets* to the Business Leaders for Early Education Breakfast Hosted by Women United (*seating is limited)
  • Two tickets* to the Circle of Excellence Luncheon Hosted by United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona (*seating is limited)
  • $7,500+ donors will receive an invitation to the Spring and Fall Alexis de Tocqueville Society events
  • Young Professional donors will receive an invitation to join the Young Leaders United and may participate in YLU specific events and volunteer opportunities
  • Women donors will receive an invitation to join Women United and may participate in WU specific events and volunteer opportunities
Tocqueville Society

TOCQUEVILLE: $10,000+
Founded in 1984, the United Way Tocqueville Society is an opportunity for passionate individuals to become more deeply involved in United Way’s mission. The Tocqueville Society recognizes local philanthropic leaders who have devoted time, talent and funds to create change in our community. The Tocqueville Society was founded in honor of French historian Alexis de Tocqueville, who visited America in 1831. His most important observation was that Americans help each other in times of need. In Tucson and Southern Arizona, Tocqueville Society members demonstrate how generosity today impacts the generations of tomorrow. Last year, United Way’s Tocqueville Society raised $1,285,090 for Southern Arizona. 

Benefits:

  • Inclusion as an Alexis de Tocqueville Society Donor on United Way Leadership Roster in the Annual Report
  • Invitation to United Way Leadership Society volunteer projects
  • Networking opportunities with United Way leaders and other leadership donors
  • Opportunity to participate in United Way Initiatives Committees
  • Four tickets* to the Business Leaders for Early Education Breakfast Hosted by Women United (*seating is limited)
  • Four tickets* to the Circle of Excellence Luncheon Hosted by the United Way of Tucson & Southern Arizona (*seating is limited)
  • Invitation to the Spring and Fall Alexis de Tocqueville Society events
  • Young Professional donors will receive an invitation to join the Young Leaders United and may participate in YLU specific events and volunteer opportunities
  • Women donors will receive an invitation to join Women United and may participate in WU specific events and volunteer opportunities
  • A personal United Way representative who can answer your questions throughout the year
  • A personal investment report which features an in-depth look at how your gift impacts our community

For more information about the Tocqueville Society, please contact Angy Shearer, Chief Development Officer, at ashearer@unitedwaytucson.org or call 520-903-3931.

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Location: 330 N Commerce Park Loop, Suite 200, Tucson, AZ

Telephone: 520-903-9000

Hours: M-F: 8am – 5pm