ABOUT THE SCCF
By supporting local charitable organizations, the SCCF focuses on improving the quality of life and the development of youth-in-need in the Tucson and Oro Valley communities.
The SCCF is governed by a Board made up of volunteers from the Stone Canyon Community who typically serve a 4 year-term. There is a succession plan in place to ensure essential leadership is available on an ongoing basis. To see the current members of the Board, please click here.
- SERVE on one of several Board Committees or on the SCCF Board. There’s a lot to do on an ongoing basis to keep the SCCF running effectively.
- VOLUNTEER directly with one of the SCCF Grantees. Your time and expertise will be greatly appreciated, and you can see first-hand the impact the SCCF has on the community.
- GIFT GIVING There are many ways to make a tax-deductible financial contribution. The SCCF Grantees are sorely in need of funds to enable them to achieve their objectives, especially in these difficult economic times. Click here to see what options are available to you.
Contact any member of the SCCF Board to discuss your interests.
The SCCF has a place for you regardless of how much time you have available! The time commitment varies depending on whether you choose to volunteer for a one-time fund-raising event or to serve on an ongoing committee. Generally, the Board and the committees meet monthly during the season (Nov-May). To learn more about committee responsibilities, click here. If you prefer to volunteer at one of the non-profit agencies we support, you can work out your time commitment with the agency staff.
Because our collective donation is greater than individual gifts, it can significantly impact project and program planning within the selected agencies. The larger dollar amount allows agencies to undertake critical initiatives that they otherwise could not support.
Further, as a donor-advised fund of the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona (CFSA), SCCF can call upon the CFSA to help professionally evaluate and monitor the needs, programs, and progress of our grant recipients.
Finally, your gift through the SCCF enhances the reputation of Stone Canyon as a group of caring individuals who are committed to “give back” to the greater Tucson community. To our knowledge, Stone Canyon is the only residential community in the Tucson area with its own charitable foundation.
Will there be sources of funds other than direct contributions from members and residents of Stone Canyon?
Yes. The SCCF sponsors several fun-filled events every year. In addition to Stone Canyon members, the events are supported by local businesses that also make generous contributions. Click here to learn more about the various SCCF events.
Candidate applications for grants are detailed and are thoroughly evaluated by our Grants Committee. The Committee considers numerous factors as part of a rigorous process to determine the most qualified and deserving non-profit organizations that also align with the SCCF Mission. Frequently, onsite visits are made by Committee members to gain first-hand information about the programs. Potential grant recipients can also be vetted with the assistance of the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona.
For a complete list of past and present SCCF Grant Recipients, click here.