Community and Friends

Community and Friends

A huge thank you to all the generous members of Tucson’s construction community who helped renovate our new home!

All of these companies either completely donated or greatly reduced their costs for remodeling materials and labor.

Toefel Construction
Davis Painting
The Cooler Guy
Millwork by Design
Treehouse Design Group
Barry-Henkel Building Specialties, Inc.
Taylor Demolition & Recycling
Achilles Air Conditioning
RCD Demolitions
Tripp Drywall
Escante Concrete Construction
Gale Insulation
W.G. Valenzuela Drywall
Universal Wallboard Corp.
Behr Paint
Allan Fire Protection
JFN Mechanical
Excel Mechanical Inc
M&B Mechanical
NET Electric Co. Inc.
Gamble Electric
Tucson Expediting and Development
Catclaw Contractors
Custom Sawcuts
Gardiner Durkel
Cutting Edge Fabrication
Steadfast Construction
Ace Asphalt
Cal Portland
Foundation Building Materials
Schneider & Assoc.
Miura Contracting
Emser Tile
Bedrusian Tile
Desert Trucking
Tru Team
Southern Arizona Rain Gutters
Santa Theresa Tile Works
Acura Systems
Arizona Restaurant Supply
Dunn Edwards Paint
Territorial Design & Display

“It takes a Pueblo”

We are proud to work in partnership with many civil and faith-based groups, social services dedicated to the help and support of homeless individuals, and other friends in Tucson’s generous and open-hearted community.

  • Catholic Diocese of Tucson
  • Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona
  • CARIDAD Community Kitchen
  • Veterans First
  • Grace St. Paul Episcopal Church
  • Congregation Or Chadash
  • St. Vincent de Paul
  • Pima County Library Book Bike
  • Temple Emanuel
  • Franciscan Ministries
  • Southwest Institute for Research on Women (SIROW)
  • Tucson-Pima Collaboration to End Homelessness (TPCH) – Emergency Solutions
  • Center for Spiritual Living
  • Community
    Community members offer their professional services free to our guests.

    Community5 Points Market and Restaurant generously donate dozens of hard-boiled eggs twice a week for our breakfast offerings, ice daily for cold drinks, and community dinners to the Winter Night program. It’s also a great place for breakfast and lunch!

    SalpointeSalpointe High School seniors working on their senior community service project.

    CARIDAD CARIDAD Community Kitchens provides sack lunches and dinner for the winter program 5 days a week.

    VolunteersVolunteers donate over 600 hours each month to the Daytime Program.