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Cardinals Charities Distributes Grant Checks to Tucson Non-Profit Organizations

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Cardinals alumnus Mike Dawson, BBGC Board Member Larry Borger and BBGC Teen Program Coordinator Ernesto Delgado

Tempe, AZ – The Arizona Cardinals Football Club and Cardinals Charities distributed grant checks totaling $56,000 to 13 Tucson non-profit organizations on Wednesday, January 31 at the San Miguel School (6601 S. San Fernando Road, Tucson) from 10:30 a.m.-noon.

The following non-profit organizations received grant checks at the reception.

Assistance League of Tucson                                    $5,000
Bisbee Boys & Girls Club                                           $5,000
Boys & Girls Clubs of Tucson                                     $5,000
Mobile Meals of Tucson, Inc.                                     $1,500
SaddleBrooke Community Outreach                           $6,500
Sahuaro Girl Scout Council, Inc.                                 $1,000
San Miguel High School                                             $5,000
Sierra Vista American Youth Football and Cheer           $4,500
The Brewster Center Domestic Violence Services, Inc.   $5,000
The Primavera Foundation, Inc.                                 $5,000
Tu Nidito Children & Family Services                            $4,000
Tucson Youth Football and Spirit Federation, Inc.         $5,000
Turning Point School                                                 $3,500

Founded in 1990, Cardinals Charities supports programs designed to improve the quality of life and enhance opportunities for children, women, and minorities in the state of Arizona. Since its inception, Cardinals Charities has distributed over $3.5 million to over 300 charitable organizations.



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