Giving

Giving

Community Projects
The Foundation provides charitable grants on a monthly basis through the Trustee Awards. This program provides grants to help smaller community projects with urgent needs that can be resolved with a modest amount of charitable dollars. To apply for a Trustee Award or for more information, click here. Since its incorporation, the Foundation has provided funding for the following organizations:
6th Street Gallery

American Liver Foundation

Arizona Dance Coalition

Arizona Theatre Company

Amistad Y Salud
(Clinica Amistad)
Baile de las Flores

Bobbi Olson Ovarian Cancer Research

Boys and Girls Clubs

Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation of Southern Arizona

Community Food Bank

Direct Caregiver Association

Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse

The Foundation for Cardiovascular Health

Integrative Touch for Kids

Juneteenth Festival

Literacy Volunteers

March of Dimes

Medical Reserve Corps of Southern Arizona

Midwestern University-HOME

Mobile Meals of Tucson

Our Family Services, Inc.

Oyama Elementary School

Pima Community College Foundation

Pima Council on Aging

Project Linus-Tucson Chapter

Schumaker Elementary School

St. Andrew's Children's Clinic

Teen Outreach Pregnancy Services

The Haven

Therapeutic Ranch for Animals and Kids (TRAK)

Top Dog

Tu Nidito

Tucson Alliance for Autism

Tucson Children's Museum

Tucson Loan Chest

Tucson-OASIS

Tucson-Pima County Library

University of Arizona Foundation

Urban League

Utterback Middle School

Valley Assistance Services

Willcox Meth Task Force

Youth on Their Own

YWCA

Founders' Scholarships
TOMF has changed the Founder's Awards for the 2014-2015 academic year and has contributed $25,000 for osteopathic student scholarships at A.T. Still University-SOMA in Mesa, AZ and Midwestern University-AZCOM in Glendale, AZ. Now named the Founders' Scholarships, each of the 6 awards are given in the names of the Tucson General Hospital Founders whose forward thinking allowed them to overcome such dilemmas as exclusion from staff privileges at existing hospitals and the inability to rent office space from allopathic physicians. In 1949, their solution was to incorporate a 15 bed osteopathic hospital. Over the next 30 years, it grew into a 277 bed facility and highly respected educational hub for osteopathic interns and residents. Through the Founders' Scholarships, it is TOMF's intent to provide some relief from the financial burdens of medical school as well as encourage this same innovation and leadership from the next generation of DOs as they face new challenges in modern medicine.

The Founders' Awards were originally established in 1987 as a scholarship program to assist osteopathic medical students with the financial burden of medical school tuition and pay tribute to the five founding osteopathic physicians of Tucson General Hospital. The Founders' Awards eventually evolved into a loan program which forgave the loans of graduates who returned to southern Arizona to practice for at least five years. Over the course of its 20 year history, the program benefited a total of 58 students with over one million dollars collectively.