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  • #LiftUpBeacon

    Balloons say The Future Can be Up to YouHelp us lift up the lives of individuals with disabilities by EXPANDING our resources to create employment opportunities!  Two thirds of people age 18-64 with disabilities do not have a job, despite their interest in working.  They cite an inability to connect to appropriate jobs and supports and a lack of skills and training as barriers to attaining work. Qualified workers with disabilities, as a group, rate average or above average in quality and quantity of work, flexibility to demands, attendance, and safety.  Last year alone, Beacon helped 1,700 people with a wide variety of employment options.  In addition to improving the lives of people with disabilities you may be able to reduce, dollar-for-dollar, what you pay in Arizona state taxes. Help us LIFT UP more lives.    Give Here!


  • Paint

    EcoPaint BucketNEED SOME PAINT?  For over four years, Beacon Group has been recycling paint collected through the City of Tucson’s Household Hazardous Waste Program.  The city collects the paint, but Beacon makes it usable again!

    COLORS – $15.00 per 5 Gallon
    WHITE – $35 per 5 Gallon

     

    Learn more about how this 100% post-consumer recycled latex paint will save you money while it saves the environment and creates jobs for people with disabilities!

     


  • Beacon and Grandpa Gus

    Simple, Easy, Ethical. This is the promotional tag for Grandpa Gus’s Mouse Repellent, which is produced, packaged and distributed by Beacon Group, for a company called Vic West Importers.  Vic West makes and sells non-poisonous, non-toxic repellents, using all natural materials. Packaged in an oldfangled no-fuss, no-muss style, the rodent repellents have really taken off.  Perhaps in part, due to their old-fashioned spokesperson, Grandpa Gus.  He sells mice repellent pouches, and was environmentally friendly before it was cool.  Learn more about how Beacon handles production of Grandpa Gus’s Mouse Repellent from start to finish!


  • Beacon on Morning Blend

    For 65 years Beacon Group’s wide array of employment choices has helped people with disabilities gain independence by providing training and jobs.  President of Beacon Group, Greg Natvig, and Jeff Brandenburg who works for Beacon Group as Pipe Assembler at SW Gas are interviewed on KGUN’s Morning Blend.   View here.