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At Plum, commitment to community and community involvement is extremely important to us.  We believe in education and in families, in fact we view our staff, clients, and local community as our extended family.  It is our goal to house each and every one of our “family members”.  We don’t limit this goal to our 2 legged family members, we also have a soft spot for our furry friends and would love to see them all receive loving homes as well. We strive to assist local organizations in an effort to achieve these goals and to support our community.  Whenever possible, after an installation, we donate your used doors and windows to Habitat for Humanity. We are always seeking new opportunities to support and give back to our community.

Plum Windows & Doors Surprises Habitat for Humanity Tucson Volunteer!

When Habitat for Humanity Tucson found out that one of their most loyal volunteers was not even able to lock her windows for the last few months, not to mention losing tons of energy to old windows, they reached out to Plum Windows & Doors.
Habitat and Plum have worked together on many projects over the years and Plum Windows & Doors was happy to the rescue. Together they presented Ms. Irma Bush with 3 new windows, and a brand new Patio door at no cost to her, including the installation.
Many tears and hugs were shared. “We are so blessed to be able to bless our community and we only hope to be able to do things like this and more as we continue to grow.” said President of Plum Windows and Doors, Desiree Williams.
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Habitat For Humanity Tucson

We have had the privilege of volunteering to help build homes with Habitat For Humanity over the years and have partnered with them on other projects as well. We look forward to volunteering with them again in the near future.

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Pammy’s 2nd Chance Rescue Tucson formerly Chiluvbug Small Dog Rescue

We volunteer periodically with the Chiluvbug Small Dog Rescue. Most recently on July 18th 2015 we volunteered and made a donation to help them to feed and care for the many animals they take in. Our volunteers sat with the dogs, walked and played with them. We also helped to take photos of the pets for the Rescue’s Facebook Page!  Below you can see some of our volunteers posing with some of the pets as well as Gwen (third from left), who cares for the pets and coordinates the adoption events.

Plum Volunteers with Chiluvbug 2015

Plum Volunteers with Chiluvbug 2015


Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona


We’ve had the pleasure of volunteering with the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona, at Winterhaven for the last couple of years and we look forward to working with them more in the future.

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We are proud to support the following:


Attend Tucson’s largest home and garden show produced by the Southern Arizona Home Builders Association (SAHBA). You’ll find the very latest in home improvement trends, remodeling ideas and outdoor living.




Our Mission: Creating a more compassionate and just world, Habitat for Humanity Tucson brings people together to build homes, communities, and hope.

Habitat for Humanity Tucson offers an innovative solution to the crisis of poverty housing by giving a hand up, not a hand out.

We accomplish our mission by building homes in partnership with the community and with low-income families. We value inclusiveness and win/win partnerships, respect for the dignity of each person, and a commitment to deliver a strong return on the community’s investment in our work.




ChiLuvBug SmaII Dog Rescue is committed to the rescue of any breed smaII dog under 15 pounds in the Pima County area



Salpointe is a high school of distinction! Since opening its doors in 1950, Salpointe Catholic has enjoyed a distinguished reputation for its strong curriculum, competitive athletics, highly-acclaimed fine arts, faith-strengthening religious program and spirited co-curricular activities. Salpointe is a private, Catholic college-preparatory high school enrolling approximately 1040 students. The school is accredited by the Western Catholic Educational Association and accredited as a college-preparatory school by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.

Salpointe is a Carmelite school community where students grow into the leaders and role models of tomorrow, where faith, respect, responsibility, self-discipline, achievement, teamwork, social justice and tradition are learned. These values form the foundation for each new generation that walks through our doors on the way to changing the future.


Our History
Angel Charity for Children, Inc., is a non-profit organization comprised of approximately 150 devoted volunteers representing a cross-section of the Tucson community. Through innovative fundraising, these dedicated ‘Angels’ are committed to providing Pima County’s children with the vibrant future they so richly deserve.

The Mission of Angel Charity for Children, Inc. is to improve the quality of life for children in our community.This is accomplished through an established program of fundraising for the beneficiary(ies) selected annually by the General Membership.It is our hope that the community supports the mission of Angel Charity until all the needs of Pima County’s children have been met.

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NCL is a non-profit national organization of mothers and daughters who join together in community involvement within local chapters throughout the United States. Daughters, known as Ticktockers from 7-12 grades.

On a national level, our volunteer hours totaled more than 1.3 million service hours. Locally, we are proud to say that we devoted over 7,500 hours to our philanthropy partners and community.  By having a relationship with our National organization structure, it honors the prestige of being nationally recognized and it provides our members lifelong friendships and networking.

National Charity League encourages mothers and daughters to learn, grow and model responsibility and graciousness together.  NCL strengthens the Mother/Daughter bond during the challenging developmental years of grades 7-12. It also empowers women with the confidence to lead, nurtures mentorship, and inspires a legacy of social awareness and compassion.

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Walk, Run or Roll for the Humane Society of Southern Arizona at the U of A Mall

The Humane Society of Southern Arizona is the oldest and largest nonprofit in southern Arizona serving pets and the people who love them.  What does that mean?

We aim to make a better life for the cats, dogs and other furry friends that come through our doors, but we also aim to make a better community for everyone . We do that with a broad range of programs and services that make up the three pillars of our organization.

Through these pillars, we work to fulfill our mission:
Acting with compassion and responsible stewardship through innovative programs that serve pets and the people who love them

In order to one day, realize our vision:
A community in which all pets are cared for and loved.

The HSSA is a private nonprofit 501(c)(3) charitable organization,  It is not a department of the federal, state, county or city government, nor is it a branch of, or affiliated with, any other charitable organization.

Community Food Bank

The Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona provides food and food-related services throughout a 23,000 square-mile region of Southern Arizona including Pima, Cochise, Graham, Greenlee, and Santa Cruz counties. The Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona distributes over 63,000 meals a day to members of our community with the support of over 300 local nonprofit agencies. Each year, we assist over 225,000 people through our programs and services.