50 Years of Supporting Local Charities to Help Those Most in Need

The Centurions is a 501(c)3 charitable organization that supports a wide range of charitable organizations in Southern Arizona. Our focus is on improving the health and well-being of community’s most underserved members, particularly children’s health.

We have raised more than $8 million for local charities to-date.

Charities we have supported include Tu Nidito, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tucson, Youth On Their Own, Boys & Girls Club of Tucson, Boys to Men Mentoring, TMC for Children, and St. Mary’s Burn Center and Hospice Care.


TMC For Children

Joining The Centurions as presenting sponsor in Tucson Medical Center. This year’s primary beneficiary, TMC for Children is comprised of 107 pediatric beds throughout the general, intensive and special care units. Each area is equipped with state-of-the-art technology and staffed by highly-trained personnel, including registered nurses, child-life specialists, case managers and other professionals. TMC for Children is committed to providing exceptional health care with compassion to Southern Arizona’s kids.

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Boys & Girls Clubs of Tucson

For more than 50 years, the Boys and Girls Clubs of Tucson (BGCT) has equipped kids 7-17 years old with pathways to success through after-school programming for over 4,000 members. BGCT supports youth in developing resilience to face challenges and seek solutions.

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Boys to Men Mentoring Tucson Arizona

Boys to Men supports boys ages 11-18 on their journey toward a positive manhood through training, skilled mentoring, and role-modeling to help them increase self-esteem, value academic performance, develop anger management skills, make good choices, and adopt positive values.

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Youth on their own

Youth On Their Own is a dropout prevention program serving Pima County youth in grades 6-12 who are homeless and unaccompanied through no fault of their own. Students receive financial support, basic needs and guidance.

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