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Janet Burt, President

Janice Havins, Co-President

Beth Acree, Treasurer

Sandy Miller, Secretary

Vicki Mills, past President


by neighborhood

  • Campbell Grant NE   Vicki Mills

  • Campus Farm            Gracie Brettholle

  • Hedrick Acres            Abby Eason

  • Jefferson Park            Lisa Jones

  • Limberlost                   Lois Mastrangelo

  • Mountain/First Ave     Sarah Studd

  • Mountain View           Janet Burt

  • Richland Heights E     Sandy Miller

  • Richland Heights W    Pat Lane

  • RillitoBend                   Wallace Kinkade & Janice Havins

  • Samos                          Junie Hostetler

  • Winterhaven                Dorotha Bradley

  • At large                        Beth Acree


United Way
Wells Fargo Bank

Vance Foundation

Kai Family Foundation

Lewis Hertz Foundation

Tohono O'odham Nation

Kautz Family Foundation

Lucille Williams Foundation

Arizona Food Bank Network

H S Lopez Family Foundation

Schwab Charitable Foundation

Carl & Mabel E Shurtz Foundation

Elizabeth Read Taylor Foundation

Community Foundation of Southern Arizona

Community Foundation, Harrisburg-Rockingham


Pima Council on Aging

Neighbors Care Alliance

Food City, Flowing Wells Rd

Beyond Bread & Grace St Paul's Church

Felicia's Farm

Ishkashitaa Refugee Network

Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona

Kevin Dahl, Ward 3, and his staff

Steve Kozachik, Ward 6

Sharon Bronson, District 3 & Jenn Cabrera, Staff

Bennett Bernal, Constable

St Frances Cabrini Church

Sonora CoHousing Community

Jon Heine & UA students

Mark's Ace Hardware

Amazon & Amazon Smile

Food Conspiracy Co-op

Salpointe Catholic High School

​​International School of Tucson

UA Eller School of Business

UA School of Design & Marketing


Lend A Hand Senior Assistance, Inc. is a coalition of 12 central Tucson neighborhoods. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and a member of the Neighbors Care Alliance (NCA), a program administered through Pima Council on Aging (PCOA). Lend a Hand has been serving seniors ages 60 or older, as well as younger individuals with disabilities, since 2006.


Lend A Hand Senior Assistance, Inc. offers support to help keep seniors in their homes by training and coordinating neighborhood volunteers who provide free services, including transportation, friendly visits, and access to other resources, allowing older residents to continue to live independently in their own homes and remain a vital part of their community.

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