A Non-profit that Gives Back

Charitable contributions are important, each year the Tucson Celtic Festival Association chooses a local charity to support at our annual festival. We are a non-profit, 501(c)(3) that has been fortunate enough to be able to support other non-profit groups in the Tucson community such as Retired Paws, the Tucson Community Food Bank, and Tu Nudito. If you are part of an organization and would like to be considered for our Charity of the Year, please email us your one-page story telling us about your organization and why you would like to be considered. Requests are due by April 1, 2019 and should be emailed to tucsoncelticfestival@hotmail.com. Thank you!

We will be supporting Parkinson Wellness Recovery on Friday night. They are a non-profit organization dedicated to helping those living with Parkinson's have a better quality of life. Click here to find out more!

The St. Patrick's Day Committee: ‘Workin For Tips At The Village Pub’
Those charming, handsome, hard working ladies and gentlemen you encounter as you step up to purchase your favorite libations at The Village Pub are volunteers for The St. Patrick's Day Committee who are raising money to support The St. Patrick’s Day Festival & Parade.

Please be sure to stop by the booths of the two great charitable organizations we will be supporting for this year's festival.

 


 

Charity of the Year

Treasures4Teachers has served 1,500 teachers and over 25,000 students with an inventory that is 100% donated by the public, retired teachers, and businesses. Mission: To provide educators with hands-on interactive learning materials for use in their classrooms through donated and re-purposed items, as well as for raising funds to support this purpose. You can find out more about Treasures4Teachers here.

 

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Tucson Celtic Festival Association (TCFA) is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) have been fortunate enough to be able to support other non-profit groups in the Tucson community. If you are part of an organization and would like to be considered for our Charity of the Year, please email us your one-page story telling us about your organization and why you would like to be considered. Requests are due by April 1, 2019 and should be emailed to General@Tucsoncelt.org, Thank you!

 


 

The Tucson Celtic Festival Association Is Proud To Offer Support

We have contributed to many of Tucson's Charitable Community Partners over the years. Among them are:

Ancient Order of Hibernians
Arizona Greyhound Rescue
Aviva Children's Services
City of South Tucson Police Explorer Post 317
Civil Air Patrol
Emerge Center
Hope No-Kill Animal Shelter
La Paloma Family Services
Primavera Foundation
Protect Police K-9
Retired Paws
St. Patrick’s Day Parade Committee
TRAK Therapeutic Ranch for Animals and Kids
Tu Nidito
Tucson Community Food Bank
Tucson Police Foundation
Tucson Steeler's Youth Football League
Youth on Their Own

 


 

Thank you

A big thanks to everyone who came to the 32nd Annual Tucson Celtic Festival & Scottish Highland Games. We appreciate your support and can't wait to see all of you next year. 

 


 

Quick Links

Purchase Friday Night Concert Tickets Here

Purchase Tickets Here: Saturday or Sunday

Donate to share Celtic fun and culture with the community. Go Raibh Maith Agat! (Thank You)

Volunteer for Free Tickets, register here.

Attention Athletes 2019 World Championship is an invitational event. For full information go to Scottishmasters.org.

Register to be a vendor here.

Clans & Societies can register here.

Check out our upcoming Calendar Events here.

Book a hotel room with one of our host hotels here.

Get the inside scoop on where to stay and things to do when you Visit Tucson (out the festival that is).