Food - Donation and Reuse

= Tucson Clean & Beautiful Member/Partner
  • Catholic Community Services of Southern Arizona - Pio Decimo Center Servicio al cliente disponible en español
    Accepts clothing and household goods, food as well as other items for redistribution to those in need.
  • Community Food Bank Servicio al cliente disponible en español
    Main food bank location. Accepts non-perishable food for redistribution to non-profit social service agencies that feed needy persons. Through the Tucson Table program, restaurants, grocers, wholesalers, schools and caterers can also donate surplus food. Offers a fruit gleaning program to collect usable fruit from homes and other locations. Also accepts plastic bags for reuse.
  • Community Food Bank - Green Valley-Sahuarita Servicio al cliente disponible en español
    Branch location. Accepts non-perishable food for redistribution to non-profit social service agencies that feed needy persons. Also accepts donations of gleaned fruit from residential trees.
  • Community Food Bank - Marana Servicio al cliente disponible en español
    Branch location. Accepts non-perishable food for redistribution to non-profit social service agencies that feed needy persons. Offers a fruit harvesting program for homes and other locations. Accepts plastic bags for reuse.
  • Community Food Bank - Nogales Servicio al cliente disponible en español
    Branch location. Accepts non-perishable food for redistribution to non-profit social service agencies that feed needy persons. Offers a fruit harvesting program for homes and other locations. Accepts plastic bags for reuse.
  • Edge Group
    Accepts household and commercial waste vegetable oil to process into biodiesel fuel. Free containers and collection available for certain minimum volumes. Also accepts other types of large quantity commercially generated food wastes.
  • IMPACT of Southern Arizona
    Accepts clothing, non-perishable food, housewares, and toiletries.
  • IMPACT of Southern Arizona
    Accepts clothing, non-perishable food, housewares, and toiletries.
  • Iskashitaa Refugee Harvesting Network
    Refugees from around the world harvest excess fruits, vegetables and nuts from Tucson area residential yards, free of charge. Donations of plastic buckets, bins and crates are also accepted, for collection and storage of harvested goods. Accepts clothing and household appliances such as sewing machines and related supplies for repair and distribution to refugees’ homes to enable self-sufficiency.
  • Reachout Pregnancy Center
    Accepts donations of gently used children’s clothing, toys, baby furniture, unused diapers, coats, and unopened formula.
  • The 3000 Club
    Accepts donations of computers, electronics, food for reuse, and medical equipment. Offers pick-up service for larger donations in most cases. Offers periodic affordable food distribution events.