volunteering

We are business women giving back to our community all year

Our founder

Julee Baxley

Founder of High Heels for Hope Charity

Co-Owner of Integrity Automotive & Diesel

Julee started the charity when she could not find a local charity that gave back to the community in the area her business was located. She contacted some local business women and started the High Heels for Hope. 


Julee has won many awards for her        charity work over the years


Women of the Year 2013  Marana Rotary

Community Citizen Award from Avra Valley Fire Dept 2012

Nominated  for Women of the Year in Manana Rotary 2011 & 2012

Nominated  for Marana Buiders Award in 09/10 for Non-Profit

Paul Harris Fellow Award 09

MADD Southern Arizona community champions Award 09

 


Foundation History

recent programs

Adopt A Family

MUSD Programs

Avra Valley Adopt a Family


mission & vision

No need is too small and no voice is too quiet to be heard. We will devote the time and energy necessary to educate, advocate and feed.

2005- Julee Baxley Co-Owner of Integrity Automotive was looking for a local charity for her company to donate to. The options she found were large non-profits with a large service area who were not focusing on this area. With the help of several business women in the community she founded High Heels for Hope.  


2005 through 2015- High Heels for Hope has grown its volunteer and donation base to help with Thanksgiving and Christmas programs in Marana, Avara Valley and Rillito, School food programs, elderly assistance and TAPP (Teenage Parent Program). 


We have helped through the years supporting    local children, families & seniors in Northwest Tucson, Marana, Rillto & Avra Valley.

In addition we have supported sports teams for children, classroom needs, and Food Bank Programs.


Each Year during the Holiday's we Adopt Families for Thanksgiving and Christmas. We give a full holiday meal along with holiday gifts and needs for the families.