Sister Connection Resources

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If you’re looking for additional resources, Sisters Connection partners with several amazing organizations that can help. Please call us at 520.271.2226, if you have any questions to talk about which resources would be right for you and/or would like to explore other resources.

 

Resources

Food stamp information

800.352.8401

Women, infants, children (WIC) food information

800.252.5942

National Directory of Women’s Shelters

womenshelters.org

Information and Referral Services

877.211.8661

www.211.org
Transforms lives by linking individuals and families to vital community services throughout Arizona. It is our vision that all Arizonans are easily connected to available health and human services in their communities. With our 2-1-1 Arizona program, we are the lead agency and provider of 2-1-1 services in Arizona.

Interfaith Community Services – Tucson

520.797.3029
West Side – 2820 W. Ina Rd. 85741

520.731.3076
East Side – 8701 E. Old Spanish Trail 85710

www.icstucson.org
Emergency financial assistance program; food bank; resource center.

Mentoring Tucson’s Kids

Don McNeill, Executive Director 520.624.4765

mentoringtucsonkids.org
As a Christian-based organization, we are working to provide our kids facing tough life challenges, a
positive future and a strong sense of hope through our one to one mentoring program.

Our Family

520.323.1708

2590 N. Alvernon Way

www.ourfamilyservices.org
Health care; food bank; transitional housing; domestic violence shelters utility assistance; substance abuse services.

Southern Arizona Against Slavery a Project RAISE collaborator

520.623.2579

400 E. University

www.saastucson.com
“A community coalition fighting all forms of human trafficking in Arizona and around the world.”

Trinity Presbyterian Church

www.trinitychurchtucson.org
Food Bank & Resource Center.

Partners

Sister Ministries

Juliana C. McFadden – 602.684.3458

Royal Palms Baptist Church
8802 N. 19th Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85021

sisterministries.org
Support Meeting – Wednesdays, 6:30 – 8:30 pm

Community Renewal

Randy Reynolds, Director – 520.622.1482

631 N. 2nd Avenue
Tucson, AZ 85705

www.transformingtucson.org

Eagles Wings of Grace

Rev. Cynthia Palmer, President/Founder – 520.906.9915

3219 N. 1st Avenue
Tucson, AZ 85719

www.eagleswingsofgrace.com
Our goal is to give each woman who comes through our program a ‘hand up’, instead of a ‘hand out’.

Trinity Presbyterian Church

520.623.2579

400 E. University

www.trinitychurchtucson.org

Southern Arizona Against Slavery a Project RAISE Collaborator

www.saastucson.com
“A community coalition fighting all forms of human trafficking in Arizona and around the world.”

Outreach

Threads of Connection,
an outreach of SISTER Connection, provides an opportunity for SISTER participants and any interested woman, to learn basic sewing techniques and give back to her community. Projects include children’s quilts and fleece blankets, tote bags, adult lap quilts and pet beds (filled with all scraps and trimmings). Some projects require no sewing.

Finished items are donated to Project Linus, Gospel Rescue Mission, low income nursing homes, pet sanctuaries and other ministries in need. In 2019, Threads of Connection donated 70 children’s quilts and 50 pet beds. We also partnered with a local church to provide 110 small, fabric baskets with hygiene items and a gift card given to residents at a Tucson low income nursing home. This year, one of our projects, is to provide that same nursing home with a lap quilt for each resident.

Threads of Connection brings opportunities for giving and receiving by all who participate. Enfolded within each stitch will be a story and the connection of women from all backgrounds reaching out to one another and their community.

“He will cover you with His feathers, and under His wings
you will find refuge; His faithfulness will be your
shield and rampart.” (Psalm 91:4)

For more information, please contact: Dale Shoots, Threads of Connection Coordinator at newday05@msn.com

Project Linus

www.projectlinus.org
Project Linus shares warmth and comfort with children who are ill, traumatized, or otherwise in need, through the gift of handmade blankets. They are a 501c3 organization with 400 chapters throughout the United States. Project Linus distributed 6,700 quilts to kids in 2019.

Contact Dale Shoots at 520.742.3801

Welcome to a fresh start…

“For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans to prosper you and not harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.”
Jeremiah 29:11