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As leaders in the community for Early Childhood Education, Summer Camp, Special Needs Programming, and Youth Programming, it is essential we have the funds available to scholarship as many families as possible, families who otherwise would not be able to afford access to the J.

In 2018, we were able to award over $790,000 in scholarships. This number has significantly risen from 2015 when we were awarding $400,000 in scholarships. The needs of our community continue to increase, and thankfully, so has the support and donations to our J.

We are so grateful for our donors and their continued support.

For more information, contact Director of Philanthropy: Caitlin Dixon 520.299.3000 x176 cdixon@tucsonjcc.org

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New Sculpture Highlight!

Jeff Downing: Quartermaster Anubis
This Sculpture shows the iconic Egyptian deity as a seafaring navigator, protector, and guide of all souls.

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New Sculpture Highlight! The details are on point.

David Flynn: Loose Pattern
"I try to be true to the materials and tell some type of story."

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New Sculpture Highlight!

Kerry Cannon: The Aorian Slugs
"These Slugs are on their way to The Center of the Universe for their annual party vacation."

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New Sculpture Highlight!

Jeff Downing: Guides of Passage
Inspired by 12th century Byzantine manuscript prints depicting the legend of the Cynocephalus.

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New Sculpture Highlight! Wait until you see what reflects.

Gary Swimmer: Forgetting
"Forgetting is the human condition that time, events,
changes in cultural perspective, memory’s inherent decay
and mutability all lead to."
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