2019 Beneficiaries

Over the previous three years, proceeds from the 911 Tower Challenge Foundation have donated more than $188,000 to charities serving law enforcement, first responders, military personnel and their families.

Please take a look at the beneficiaries below to learn more about what they do for our communities!

Statewide Public Safety


100 Club of Arizona

"Standing Behind the Men and Women who Stand Behind the Badge."

The 100 Club of Arizona’s mission is to provide financial assistance to families of first responder who are seriously injured or killed in the line of duty and provide resources to enhance their safety and welfare. We have proudly served the public safety community since 1968.

Tucson Military


The Erik Hite Foundation

“We serve and care for those who serve and protect us.”

The Erik Hite Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides a child care center and family outreach programs for the children of Law Enforcement, Military and Emergency Services personnel.

They serve and care following godly principles close to the heart of Erik, as these men and women serve and protect our community.


Davis Monthan Air Force Base First Sergeants Council


So. AZ Veterans & First Responders Living Memorial

A group of Southern Arizonans recognized the need for a special place in which to honor, remember, and memorialize veterans and first responders. A picturesque venue where visitors, residents and school children can learn about the services these men and women provide. This beautiful living Memorial will be located in Naranja Park on 2.5 acres, allocated by the Town of Oro Valley, in full view of the Catalina Mountain’s Pusch Ridge.

Phoenix Military


Fighter Country Partnership

“Luke Forward - To serve those who serve us”

In 2018, Luke Forward was rebooted as Fighter Country and began planning a 5.82M capital campaign to support the Airmen, their families and all the armed forces who serve at Luke Air Force Base. The projects funded by this campaign will dramatically impact the lives and morale of our servicemen and women, and demonstrate in a concrete way that we value those who are committed to protecting us.

Flagstaff Military


The Lumberjack Battalion at NAU has grown significantly in the past few years, now numbering over 105 cadets. In fact, they will commission over 40 new lieutenants this year. Since 2007, the top cadet in the state of Arizona has come from the Lumberjack Battalion and has been awarded the coveted AUSA Task Force Smith Award.


Northern Arizona University Air Force ROTC

“Develop leaders of character for tomorrow’s Air Force”

Air Force ROTC is designed to recruit, educate, and commission officer candidates as the Air Force’s future leaders through college campus programs around the country.