Superstition Springs Center is proud to partner with nonprofit TreePeople to create a water-source and climate-resilient world. For 43 years, TreePeople has inspired people to plant and care for trees, harvest rain to fight drought and transform their homes with climate-appropriate landscapes to keep our cities cool, healthy and to improve local water quality. Visit www.treepeople.org to learn more or attend a free workshop.
Superstition Springs Center is proud to be a community partner. We strive to meet community challenges through a combination of employee volunteerism, financial support, in-kind donations and partnerships with non-profit organizations which have missions consistent with our vision and values. We have established long-term affiliations with a variety of prominent organizations such as the Fresh Start Women’s Foundation.
Salvation Army Angel Trees
Superstition Springs Center and the Salvation Army partner together during the holiday season to collect toys and gifts for the Salvation Army Angel Tree Program.
City of Mesa Hydration Donation Campaign
Superstition Springs Center partners with the City of Mesa to collect bottled water for the homeless and unsheltered during the hot summer months. The center is a drop-off location for the extremely popular annual bottled water drive. If you would like to make a donation during the campaign, please bring your bottled water to the Management Office.
United Blood Services Donation Partnership
In partnership with United Blood Services, Superstition Springs Center hosts several blood drives throughout the year to ensure an adequate amount of blood is available to those in need. Please check with our Mall Management Office for dates and locations.
Each year, Superstition Springs Center receives hundreds of contribution requests. Donation recipients may include civil organizations' education programs; food banks; foundations; hospitals and health care organizations; youth programs; performing arts and museums and many more. Each request is reviewed carefully, however, not all requests can be granted.