We’re leading a movement to foster virtual community connections while raising money for a small business emergency relief program, administered by the Community Investment Corporation.
We are paying local creatives to produce virtual performances to spread positivity and togetherness as we all avoid spreading COVID-19 by sheltering in place. And when the moment’s right, we will be streaming a massive three-day benefit show and virtual-thon, perhaps the biggest virtual event Tucson has ever seen, to celebrate what makes our city special!
Donate, share, and participate because Tucson needs our help. Let’s bring #TucsonTogether.
All donations are made to the Community Investment Corporation on behalf of Tucson Helping Tucson and are set aside for Tucson Helping Tucson agreed upon uses to support our local small businesses through this challenging time.
Community Investment Corporation is a nonprofit economic development organization dedicated to the prosperity of Pima County and the surrounding area since 1996.
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TucsonHelpingTucson is currently streaming small events every Saturday at 7pm. Our vision is to have our efforts culminate with a multi-faceted 3-day event to celebrate all that we are and all that we have overcome as soon as we may safely do so.
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All donations go directly to the Community Investment Corp. for the “THT Revolving Loan and Grant Fund.”
Your dollars will go directly to support local small business loans of up to $10,000 with ZERO PERCENT INTEREST and NO PAYMENTS FOR UP TO SIX MONTHS, and even then payments will be based on business revenues.
All the money that is paid back on these loans will be returned to the fund to support future emergency relief. The fund be a long lasting resource for small businesses as we continue to “Pay It Back, to Pay it Forward”
CIC, Community Investment Corp is a local nonprofit economic development organization dedicated to the prosperity of Pima County and surrounding areas since 1996.
CIC is in the business of funding dreams through small business and nonprofit loans, and right now is working to keep dreams alive as we navigate this unprecedented time.
CIC is a nonprofit alternative small business lender that is honored to be a part of the Tucson Helping Tucson movement to support the small business and creative communities.
Grants from this fund up to $2,500 will be awarded through Local First Arizona.
All content providers as well as workers on the production are being paid. THT is keeping the heart and soul of the Tucson community at work and at play. Creatives can submit content ideas at TucsonHelpingTucson.com
As the funding builds from generous community donations, our communities’ small businesses in need will be able to use your contributions.
For now, if you run a small business or know of one in need the Community Investment Corp (CIC) is actively working to help. Go to CICtucson.org and learn about all the opportunities they have to support you!
All money that is repaid, when businesses are back to generating revenue, will be returned to the “THT Revolving Loan and Grant Fund” to “Pay it Back to Pay it Forward” meaning the funds will be returned to support small businesses with emergency needs for the foreseeable future.