About The Hearth Foundation
- Ethical standards and principles are the foundation for maintaining public trust for every individual associated with The Hearth Foundation. The Foundation has adopted the Association of Fundraising Professional’s code of Ethical Principles and Standards. The code also provides a self-governed process for addressing ethical concerns. Interested parties may find a summary page of the Code in the appendix or may go to www.afpnet.org for the complete version.
Code of Ethical Practices
The Hearth Foundation is a non-profit and non-sectarian organization that was originally created in 1987 as a joint project of members of the TUCSON ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® and the Arizona Certified Residential Specialists. At the time it was one of the first REALTOR®/Real Estate community foundations in the United States.
In September 2010, The Hearth Foundation moved out of office space at TUCSON ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® to temporary offices at our King Road property. We stayed there until August 2013 when we moved to our permanent corporate headquarters located at 220 W. Prince Road, Tucson, AZ, 85705.
The Hearth Foundation is run by a volunteer Board of Directors with the assistance and coordination of one full-time employee and several volunteer professionals who dedicate their time and expertise to further our mission to "provide affordable housing for low-income families in Tucson, AZ."
The Hearth Foundation
"Providing Affordable Housing for Low Income Families"
220 W. Prince Road ~ Tucson, Arizona 85705 ~ E-mail
Office: 520-207-9350 Fax: 520-207-9353
All Rights Reserved
- The Hearth Foundation provides affordable housing for low-income families in Tucson, Arizona.
- The Hearth Foundation provides a model program for local, regional and national organizations to follow, creating safe housing and facilities for low-income families in every community.
- The Hearth Foundation improves the quality of life for its residents by providing a safe environment where they can begin to “rebuild their lives one brick at a time.”