2800 South Camino Del Sol, Green Valley, AZ, USA 85622
The Passion begins with an immense wave of sound – an opening chorus by double choir with children’s chorus soaring over the top – building with intensity, and sweeping the listener into the drama. Each solo voice, choir and orchestra plays a role. Described as a “majestic cathedral of music,” this work is at once intimate and monumental.
On the La Posada Campus, 780 South Park Centre Avenue, Green Valley, AZ, 85614
Posada Life Community Services offers programs open to the public, with a mission to connect people to a better life through social interaction, education and caring support. Programs include Adult Day Services, Senior Lunch Program, Home Care, Outpatient Therapy & behavioral Health counseling.
1 Burruel Street, Box 1296 Tubac, AZ 85646-1296
The Tubac Presidio State Historic Park shows the fascinating history of the Southwest. Located fifteen miles south of Green Valley in the artist colony of Tubac, the museum has five historic buildings including a school, archaeology dig, and an old house. The park is open 264 days a year from 9:00 until 5:00.
P.O. Box 1540, Green Valley, AZ 85622, Arizona, USA
The Continental School District Educational Foundation (CSDEF) is a private, not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to educational excellence in the District.
1070 South Calle De Las Casitas, Green Valley, AZ 85614
The GVR Foundation, an IRS 501(c)(3) charitable purpose, tax-exempt nonprofit was established in 2015. The Foundation’s positive impact on our community is only possible with generous tax-deductible gifts from individuals, planned giving, corporate sponsorship, grants, and volunteerism. Our mission – strengthening our community – is focused on charitable giving to enhance and enrich the community through programs, advocacy, and financial support that promote health and wellness in Green Valley, Arizona.
The Friends of Madera Canyon (FOMC), an all-volunteer 501(c)(3) organization, celebrates its thirtieth anniversary in 2017. Our mission, since inception in 1987, has been “to assist the U.S. Forest Service in advancing historical, scientific, educational, and interpretive programs in Madera Canyon.”
If you don’t know OLLI-UA yet, maybe it’s time to get acquainted. Learning doesn’t end after retirement if you live in Green Valley. The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Arizona offers nearly 200 classes per year at its Green Valley campus, all held in town. The classes are designed for folks over 50 who have lively minds and interests.
301 W Camino Casa Verde, Green Valley, AZ 85614
The Green Valley-Sahuarita Volunteer Clearinghouse (GVSVC), an all-volunteer 501(c)(3) organization serving the Green Valley-Sahuarita community and surrounding areas since 2007, promotes volunteerism as an essential community resource. GVSVC recruits potential volunteers for public and non-profit organizations and provides professional development for volunteer managers.
PO Box 86, Green Valley, AZ 85622
Green Valley Gardeners The Green Valley Gardeners is one of the best-known clubs in the community. With over 250 member households, the Green Valley Gardeners’ mission is to promote gardening education and related environmental issues to its membership and the gardening public through educational and charitable means. The club maintains public median plantings and various other gardens for the public to enjoy.
3950 S Camino del Heroe, Green Valley, AZ 85614
The Greater Green Valley community is a community that cares, that volunteers, and that gives. If you have been waiting for retirement to invest more time in causes that speak to your heart, you couldn’t choose a better place. There are nearly seventy not-for-profit charitable organizations in our area addressing local needs spanning health and human services, education, arts and culture, youth programs, as well as environmental preservation and animal rescue.
555 N La Canada Drive, Suite 117, Green Valley, AZ 86514
The Green Valley Council is the recognized and unified “voice” of unincorporated Green Valley, Arizona. The Council speaks to county, state, and federal governmental agencies and officials on issues that directly or indirectly affect the lifestyle of the community. A not-for-profit 501(c)(4) service organization founded 43 years ago, the Green Valley Council has 74 member homeowners’ associations in addition to affiliate, provisional, public service, businesses and corporate members.