Thursday, October 12, 2017

Donation to Tucson Wildlife Center

Big Heart was able to donate $647.00 to
 the Tucson Wildlife Center!

 Just so happened, we found an owl in our yard a few days ago and went out to the Wildlife Center on Speedway to drop it off.  The Wildlife Center has the nicest staff!   
You can donate directly:

Sunday, October 1, 2017

Tucson Conquistadore Foundation in October

Big Heart Coffee is proud to sponsor the Tucson Conquistadore Foundation this month.

The Foundation’s goal - to build an endowment fund that will generate guarantee funds for the future of the youth of Southern Arizona. The Conquistadores have made a difference in thousands of individual lives.
Key beneficiaries of the Conquistadores' fund-raising efforts have been The First Tee of Tucson, Tucson and Pima County Junior Golf Programs, the Field of Dreams/Challenger Little League sports complex, Boys and Girls Clubs in Tucson, Sierra Vista and Nogales, Pima County Special Olympics, Educational Enrichment Foundation, Tucson Urban League and the YMCA.

The Tucson Conquistadores Foundation’s goal is to build an endowment that will generate a minimum of $1 million per year to support such programs. The advantage of an endowment is that it is perpetual and provides permanent annual support.

Your contributions are governed by a conservative investment policy to protect your donation and the endowment. Beneficiaries of grants will continue to be scrutinized so the most needy, most-deserving kids benefit from your contributions.

As they have since 1962, the youth of Southern Arizona are counting on the Conquistadores for support for athletic endeavors. To meet this mission, it is essential that the Foundation be endowed to support future generations of young athletes.

You can donate directly to the Tucson Conquistadore Foundation at

Monday, September 11, 2017

First Responder’s Appreciation Day Community Fair

Erik Hite Foundation

First Responder’s Appreciation Day Community Fair

Join the fourth annual First Responder’s Appreciation Day Community Fair 
to benefit the Erik Hite Foundation.
Saturday, September 30, 2017
At Reid Park from 11am to 3pm

Monday, September 4, 2017

Supporting Erik Hite Foundation

This September we are supporting The Erik Hite Foundation.
The Erik Hite Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides a child care center and family outreach programs for the children of Law Enforcement and Emergency Services personnel.
We serve and care following godly principles close to the heart of Erik, as these men and women serve and protect our community.

Join them on Facebook
To Support the Erik Hite Foundation directly:

Childcare Center:
“We opened our first child care center on the east side of Tucson on June 24th, 2011. We are currently serving families of both commissioned and non-commissioned personnel from agencies such as the Tucson Police Department, Pima County Sheriff’s Department, DPS, US Border Patrol, US Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Fire Department, and Active Duty Military personnel.”
This Center Features:
    After school programs
    Full time, Part time and drop in services available
    No Registration fee
    Flexible hours
The center is a secured facility

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Supporting Wings for Women

 In August, Big Heart is supporting Wings for Women.
Mission Statement
Empowering homeless and impoverished women to overcome despair through basic living support, coaching, and guidance to lead self-sustainable, productive lives….
    •    To provide a clean, safe, sober-living home environment where women and their children feel welcomed and supported in their transition to becoming independent members of the community.
    •    To offer education, job training and skill-building opportunities for women to prepare themselves for self-sufficiency.
    •    We believe everyone who is given a chance, regardless of the past, can excel with support and community intervention.
    •    We believe in the power of mentoring to help people achieve their dreams. By motivating, supporting, and creating opportunities for others to excel, mentors are valuable role models that build confidence and self-esteem.
    •    We believe in the ability to empower people by educating them about systems of societal dysfunction, thereby transforming their beliefs.

Mail Wings for Women Donations to:
P.O. Box 23369 Tucson, AZ 85734
Walk in donations to:
4650 E. Eastland, Tucson, Arizona, 85711 

Like them on facebook:

Come by and have a Mad Salsa Bagel
fresh and spicy!

Monday, July 24, 2017

Gospel Rescue Mission / Shyann Kindness Project

 So blessed to be able to donate
to Gospel Rescue Mission
serving the homeless.
to the Shyann Kindness Project
spreading kindness throughout Tucson.
Thanks for supporting Big Heart Coffee.
Come by and have us brew you a cup of hot/cold tea or bring a bag home to enjoy later :)

Saturday, July 1, 2017

Our Family Services

July is Our Family Services month 
at Big Heart Coffee
These are some of the services Our family Services provides for Tucson.
"Our mission is to eliminate homelessness and strengthen our community. We do this by:
    • providing stability in times of crisis
    • linking people to support and resources
    • supporting social connectedness
    • engaging our neighbors to tackle tough community issues.
Our continuum of care helps homeless children, youth and families into safe, stable housing and on to independent lives through street outreach, shelter and support, and case management. We help build a better community through counseling, education and skill building, services for elders and adults with disabilities, information and referral, and our Center for Community Dialogue.
Our Family Services provides shelter and support to homeless children, youth and families. We promote peace and understanding by helping people talk to each other. We help people learn to be better parents, improve their lives, their relationships, and build stronger families. We help elders and adults with disabilities live safely and with dignity in their own homes."

Volunteering & Internships
Volunteers who give their time and talents are an integral part of Our Family – from volunteer community mediators who help their neighbors resolve their disagreements, to seniors who help other seniors reduce the loneliness in their lives. Counseling and case-management interns earn school credit and gain valuable experience in our programs working with young people, families or seniors, and opportunities are available for people who speak Spanish. Click here for more info.

You can donate directly to Our Family Services here.

Come by and enjoy our Chai Vanilla Frappe during the heat of the day.
Open 7-2 Monday-Friday and 8-2 Saturday
Support Local :)