Due to the mandated state of emergency, Arizona Oncology Foundation needed to close our Resource Centers, but we are still here to help!

We are still offering the following services:

Gas cards/transportation services to treatments


Food cards

House cleaning services(where available)

Please fill out the patient application form to request these services.

You may also call: 520-471-9067 if you have any questions.

We are still here for you!

Official Covid-19 Response from the President of Arizona Oncology Foundation

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March 16, 2020

Dear practitioners, therapists, volunteers and supporters of the Arizona Oncology Foundation,

As an organization whose focus is entirely on caring for those in the Southern Arizona cancer community, we find ourselves on the front lines of the global outbreak of COVID-19 (coronavirus). The virus has officially been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization and a public health emergency by Arizona Governor Doug Ducey. Together, we will do
everything in our power to protect the health of our communities.

At this time our duty is to help stop the spread of the virus to avoid community contagion, particularly among those who could be most vulnerable.

We have made the decision to consolidate our resources, volunteers and personnel, and to operate only from our Craycroft Resource Center, located at 2625 N. Craycroft Rd. Ste. 215, until Tuesday, March 31st. Ample signage at our Rudasil Resource Center informs patients, clients and other visitors of this change.

We will have a staff member at the Craycroft Resource Center Monday through Friday from 9:00am – 5:00pm to provide assistance to our patients.

Volunteer support will be restricted throughout this time period. We will reassess the situation at the end of March and will provide further updates at that time. Until then, our Program Manager, Ron Bridgemon and available volunteers, will be happy to help reschedule/cancel any appointments or services.

These changes have been implemented to prioritize the absolute safety of our staff, volunteers, practitioners and the community we serve.

Thank you for your support and understanding at this unprecedented time.


Lee Klein
Board of Directors
Arizona Oncology Foundation

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As a community organization, volunteers are essential to pursuing our mission. Become a part of our team working to promote health, healing and survivorship.

Resource Centers 
Volunteers meet, greet and help people who visit the Resource Center and assist people over the phone. 
Duties include: 
•   Greeting walk-in’s and answering questions regarding what programs are available on-site and in the community. 
•   Answering phone calls and providing information about Arizona Oncology Foundation services and other community programs. 
•   Scheduling integrative therapies and confirming practitioner schedules by phone calling patients the day before appointments. 
•   Help with fitting wigs and head coverings for the loan program. 
•   Help visitors find cancer lending library books for their education and interest. 
•   Assist Program Coordinator, Integrative Therapy Practitioners, Movement Instructors, 
Support Group Facilitators as needed. 
No experience necessary. Training is provided. Volunteers may need to lift small boxes.

Chemotherapy Infusion Unit Volunteer

Duties include: 
•   Listening to and maintaining patient confidentiality at all times.
•   Offer companionship and getting the patient things they might need, for example, a drink of water, blanket, magazine, etc.
•   Learn resource services so that you can refer patients to appropriate programs of their need or interest such as wigs, head coverings, cancer lending library, support groups, integrative therapy treatments, movement classes, etc.
•   Abide by all Arizona Oncology clinic guidelines.
No experience necessary but you must have experienced chemo treatment yourself and be one year out from your last surgery, chemotherapy or radiation treatment. Training is provided.
Community Event and Health Fair Representation
Volunteers attend events to share Arizona Oncology Foundation programs.
Special Projects
Skills needed:
•   Administrative Duties/Data Entry
•   Fundraising planning and events
•   Wig Wash & Style
•   Any other professional abilities that you would like to share?   

Sign Up to Volunteer Today!

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Resource Center 
East Tucson

2625 N Craycroft Rd, Suite 215, Tucson, AZ 85712
Phone: 520-324-2840
Operating Hours: 9 AM - 5 PM Mon - Fri (Except Holidays)

Resource Center 
Northwest Tucson

2070 W Rudasill Rd, Suite 100, Tucson, AZ 85704
Phone: 520-877-9038
Operating Hours: 9 AM - 5 PM Mon - Fri (Except Holidays)

Medical Oncology & Hematology
Green Valley

1315 S La Cañada Dr, Green Valley, AZ 85622
Phone: 520-625-6600
Operating Hours: 8 AM - 5 PM Mon - Fri (Except Holidays)

(Some services are available in Phoenix and Northern Arizona)

Arizona Oncology Foundation is a 501(C)3 non-profit organization.

All accepted clothing (click HERE for an extensive list) and monetary donations are specifically used to help cancer victims, their families and caretakers by means of offering them non-medical, healthcare supportive services, financial aid services and cancer support groups, which help people through cancer treatment and survivorship as we strive to increase the quality of life of all those affected by cancer. Please DONATE today!

Note: Practitioners and program leaders are independent contractors

© 2020 Arizona Oncology Foundation
Charity ID (EIN): 27-4035615