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Mauricio Fregoso Salon gives back…..Charities we support

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We are also proud supporters of:

  • The American Cancer Society
  • Ronald McDonald House

How may we help your organization?

Donation Request Information

To be considered, organizations must:

  • Qualify for a nonprofit status under the Internal Revenue Code
  • Benefit the local community of Tucson, Arizona

Who is not considered:

  • Political Organizations
  • Educational Organizations
  • Religious Organizations
  • Beauty Pageants
  • Program or event sponsorships
  • Scholarships

If your organization meets these consideration requirements, please submit the following information:

  • Description of your organization and the event
  • Request, including the purpose and the amount or type of request
  • Date of Event
  • Contact person, including address and phone number
  • Proof of nonprofit status

Please direct your requests to:

Mauricio Fregoso Salon
c/o Charitable Contribution Program
3055 N. Campbell Ave, Suite 103
Tucson, AZ 85719

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    ~ Kimberley M.

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