Tempe Community Action Agency (TCAA) is expanding to a new location at 2146 E. Apache in February that will allow it to increase its visibility in the community and will provide increased space to expand its programs. TCAA is seeking area artists who are interested in providing original artwork that the agency can use to recognize individuals in the community who provide vital support.
The donor recognition area of the agency’s new lobby will serve as a visible expression of gratitude and encourage future donations and participation. “We’re anticipating creative ideas for artwork that has a local feel and takes into consideration TCAA’s history, mission and program areas,” says Deborah Arteaga, TCAA’s executive director.
Artists can access a copy of the RFP on TCAA’s website at www.tempeaction.org. Responses are due to TCAA by Monday, Feb. 13. All related details can be found within the RFP.
Tempe Community Action Agency (TCAA) offers supportive services to individuals and families striving for greater economic stability and self-sufficiency. We help those who are struggling to obtain adequate food and shelter, as well as seniors and disabled adults working to attain their highest level of independence. Acting with financial support from the community we serve, TCAA operates a food pantry, three senior centers, aging programs, the Tempe Interfaith Homeless Emergency Lodging Program (I-HELP), pre- and post-natal services, two community gardens, and other projects and programs that serve our most vulnerable residents. For more information, please visit www.tempeaction.org.