People who do good works often aim to leave a legacy. Tucson has been good to us, and we're blessed to be able to help others and continue a legacy of giving that reaches back three generations.
“When you find someone who wants to reach for the stars, but the cards have been stacked against them, you go and help them achieve their dreams,” says Brandt, “I don’t know of many better feelings on earth.”
Organizations we are a part of and passionately support include the Tucson Conquistadores, Angel Charity for Children, Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona, Boys & Girls Club of Tucson, Kids of Steele, Youth on Their Own, Tu Nidito, Special Olympics, San Miguel High School and more.
We're also leaders and members of the local Intermountain Centers, the Tucson Airport Authority, the Southern Arizona Leadership Council and the board of TMC Holdings, which oversees real estate owned by Tucson Medical Center.
For Brandt & Vicki Hazen, giving back to the Tucson community comes naturally.
Hazen named Chairman for Intermountain Centers for Human Development.
A radical reimagination and redevelopment of what was the Foothills Mall.