/ Modified may 8, 2020 5:21 p.m.

Financial impacts of pandemic vary among Southern Arizona nonprofits

Safety-net groups are faring better than cultural attractions.

The pandemic presents varying challenges for Southern Arizona’s diverse nonprofits. While some have lost hundreds of thousands of dollars, others are seeing demand increase for their services. Tony Paniagua spoke to leaders of a handful of groups in Pima County to see how they’re faring.

Featured in this story: Tohono Chul, Tucson Museum of Art, The Mini time Machine Museum of Miniatures, Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse and Casa de los Niños.

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