Newest Public Service Messages
The newest public service messages airing on your Community Radio, KXCI.
TOYS FOR TOTS: KXCI is one of hundreds of drop-off locations in the Toys for Tots campaign, now underway in Tucson. You can donate new, unwrapped toys for distribution to needy children in our community. For a complete list of drop-off locations, visit http://www.toysfortotstucson.org/.
NORDIC GUILD: The 26th annual Nordic Guild holiday fair is Saturday, December 1st from 9am to 3pm at the Desert Lutheran Church, 5360 East Pima Street. Norwegian, Swedish, Danish, and Finnish groups and vendors will sell ethnic foods, baked goods, and crafts. Folk dancers and musicians will entertain throughout the day. Admission to the Nordic Guild holiday fair is free.
INDIAN ARTS AND CRAFT FAIR: The San Xavier District of the Tohono Nation holds a Thanksgiving weekend Indian arts and crafts fair, November 23rd, 24th and 25th in front of the historic mission church. Hours each day are 9am to 5pm. The fair features food stands, Indian crafts, music and dancing. Proceeds benefit the San Xavier Indian Community. For more information, call 573-4007.
SCHOOL TAX CREDIT: Now is the time to take action to support local schools with the Arizona School Tax Credit. You must donate by the end of the year to be able to include the donation on your spring tax filing. Individuals may donate up to $200 to qualified schools to receive a dollar-for-dollar reduction in state taxes. Joint filers may donate up to $400. To learn more, contact officials at your school by December 31st.
FOOD DRIVES: Due to increasing demand, the Community Food Bank is asking for your help to meet the needs of the hungry in our community. You can accept the challenge by hosting your own food drive this holiday season. Community Food Bank staff are available to help you coordinate a drive for your workplace or community group. To learn more about organizing a food drive, or to make a donation, visit http://www.communityfoodbank.com/.
UNITED NEGRO COLLEGE FUND: Every day we count on things like the traffic light, the mailbox and the elevator. Did you know they were invented by African Americans? Support minority education today, so we don’t miss out on the next big idea tomorrow. A mind is a terrible thing to waste! Support the United Negro College Fund at http://uncf.org/ or 1-800-332-UNCF.