La Expedición de Anza, 1775 Fundraiser
La Expedición de Anza, 1775 (LEA) is a public outdoor experience, depicting the life of a group of 240 people who passed through Tucson in 1775, on their way to California, where they established the City of San Francisco.
Welcoming all visitors, LEA is designed to be an accessible cultural history park for everyone, including individuals with disabilities. Located adjacent to the Arizona School for the Deaf and Blind in Tucson, Arizona, LEA is an outdoor classroom for ASDB students and staff, providing an educational resource to the community of Tucson.
The total cost of this new facility is approximately $250,000. Roughly half of this has been generously provided with materials and services from Pima County. This project has been made possible by generous support from National Park Foundation, National Park Service, Anza Society Inc., Union Pacific Foundation, Community Share and individual donors like you. While the majority of the funding is in place, the balance depends on generous donors like you. Gifts in any amount are welcome and much appreciated.
Thank you for helping make the Anza Trail accessible to everyone!