The Stone Canyon Community Foundation was officially launched in October 2008 following many informal discussions about how Stone Canyon members and residents could make a difference for youth in need in the Oro Valley and Tucson communities.
Since that launch date, the Stone Canyon Community Foundation has given almost $2 Million dollars in grants to various charities here. You can find a history of our grants, instructions for how to apply for them, how to donate to the Foundation, who our leadership is, and look at our past and future activities on this website.
The Mission of the Stone Canyon Community Foundation (SCCF) is to support organizations whose endeavors help achieve educational success and positively impact the quality of life and development of “youth in need “in Oro Valley and the greater Tucson, Arizona area.
Goals for Achieving the SCCF Mission
- Create an environment that fosters a spirit of giving and participation and communicate the mission, goals, and accomplishments of the SCCF within the Stone Canyon Community of Members and Residents.
- Raise Funds through activities coordinated by the SCCF Board of Directors for “youth in need” in our community.
- Grant Funds raised to vetted organizations that fit the SCCF Mission.
- Implement structures and activities that enable the SCCF to have a viable and sustainable entity and leadership.
OUR FOUR PILLARS
READ OUR GRANTEE TESTIMONIALS
“Thank you for helping us assist some of Tucson’s most at-risk young people break out of cycles of poverty and build stable, productive lives for themselves and for their families.”
“Thank you very much for your extremely generous support of our program. We are very grateful to have your help in changing our youth’s lives.”
“Thank you for your support of Gabriel’s Angels and our mission to deliver healing pet therapy to at-risk children, nurturing their emotional development and enhancing the quality of their lives forever….Your support helps provide healing and hope to children while also intervening in the cycle of violence.”
“It is so heartening when we receive a gift from a generous donor that allows us to say “yes” to one more homeless teenager who needs this program….This gift will be used wisely so that all of these students get a shot at the education they deserve.”