about Ridgewood serving our community



Our corporate responsibility

We love our community, and we’re committed to doing our part to making it a better place!

We support a select group of organizations by providing services on a pro bono basis through our Ridgewood Gives Back program. We also support a broader group of nonprofit organizations by providing services at a reduced rate.

Past recipients of our pro bono or reduced-rate services include these organizations. We’re honored to help them with the important work that they do.

ridgewood gives back



Ridgewood Gives Back is our way of saying “Thank you” to the nonprofit organizations that serve our community.

Each year we select one worthy organization and provide our services on a pro bono basis.

This year we’re excited about working with Imago Dei Middle School, a terrific tuition-free private school serving Tucson’s low-income, at-risk youth.

If you would like to be considered for next year’s Ridgewood Gives Back program, please download the questionnaire, complete it, and email it back to Peter at pbramley@ridgewoodpr.com before Friday, June 11. We'll contact finalists by July 1.

Questions? Contact Peter or call us at 520-318-0828.

Catalina Foothills School District
Catalina Foothills School District Foundation
Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse
Literacy for Life
National Staff Development and Training Association
The Nature Conservancy
Planned Parenthood of Southern Arizona
Pima County Democratic Party
Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation
Southern Arizona Center Against Sexual Assault
Sunstone Cancer Support Center
Tucson Indian Center
Vets for Vets
Voices for Education
Wingspan
YWCA Tucson

Our personal commitments

In addition to our corporate community service, we’re proud of the individual contributions or our staff members, who use their talents to support a variety of community organizations and activities. Here are some of the ways we spend our time:

Peter Bramley
Sunstone Cancer Support Center, board member
Arizona Public Media, community advisory board member
Men’s Anti-Violence Partnership, steering committee member

Barbara Sparks
Arizona’s Children Association, board member
Southern Arizona Center Against Sexual Assault Survivor Support Network, founding member

Tom Baumgartner
Center for Biological Diversity, branding / website "Spillapalooza" benefit concert
Tucson Historic Preservation Foundation, art director
Dinnerware Contemporary Arts Gallery, board member (2004-'06)


Aaron Bramley
Lights. Camera. Help., founding member
Austin Museum of Digital Art, former Director of Communications

Chrystal Snyder
Brain Injury Association of Arizona, member and advisor to the Executive Director
Arizona Spinal Cord Injury Association, member and advisor to the Executive Director
American Hydrogen Association (sustainable energy solutions), board member
Repower America (renewable energy and climate change education), member