Tucson Arthritis Support League

Mission Statement: One out of every three people in Arizona has some form of arthritis. To improve the lives of those who deal with multiple forms of the disease, the Tucson Arthritis Support League (TASL) has established a variety of services. In 1987, a scholarship program was established to help students with arthritis obtain a college education. In addition to providing tuition assistance to students enrolled in Arizona colleges and universities, TASL hosts a monthly arts and crafts program for adults from September thru April. TASL members provide the supplies and a luncheon following the crafts. TASL also provides camp scholarships for children with arthritis to attend summer camp. One of TASL’s primary goals is fund raising. These funds enable us to offer those programs described. TASL members participate in auctions, raffles, and special events such as a holiday party and Spring Scholarship Luncheon.
Contact Name: Elaine Sanders
Title: President
Address: P. O. Box 31164
City: Tucson
State: AZ
Zipcode: 85751
Daytime Phone: 520-205-1597
Fax:
Email: esanders39@gmail.com
Website: www.taslaz.org
Signature Event Name: TASL Scholarship Luncheon
Date: 04/27/2019
Time: 11:00 AM
Place: Skyline Country Club
Price: $65.00

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