Tucson Living Realty Gives Back

For most people buying or selling a home will be the largest transaction they make in their lives. Working with Tucson Living Realty will make that transaction go even further to benefit the local community you live in.

Agents at Tucson Living Realty do this in two ways. First, we volunteer our time with these organizations because we believe that truly being involved means more than just writing a check. Of course, however, most non-profit organizations can’t run on love and labor alone so Tucson Living Realty also makes a donation to both of these organizations from the commission we receive from every transaction.


Ben’s Bells

The mission of the Ben's Bells Project is to inspire, educate, and motivate people to realize the impact of intentional kindness, and to empower individuals to act according to that awareness, thereby strengthening ourselves, our relationships and our communities.

For over a decade, the Ben’s Bells Project has been infusing the practice of intentional kindness throughout communities. Tens of thousands of citizens are engaged with the Ben’s Bells Project educational programming offered through their studios, schools, workplaces, and neighborhoods.


Southern Arizona Rescue Association

The Southern Arizona Rescue Association, (SARA), is a non-profit, all-volunteer search and rescue organization serving southern Arizona and Pima County since 1958. SARA members are volunteers from all walks of life, donating their time, skills and enthusiasm to provide a vital service to the public.

Whether the mission is a high-angle technical cliff rescue, a multi-day search, a cave rescue, swift water rescue, or a mine rescue, day or night and whatever the weather, SARA members respond.

At the request of the Pima County Sheriff’s Department, SARA responds to more than 100 search and rescue missions each year, representing more than 4,400 hours of volunteer time at no expense to taxpayers.

Members provide their own personal equipment; however, group assets such as SARA vehicles, radios, ropes and technical equipment are paid for by individual and corporation donations, as well as public funding.