How can I help support SALT?

The best way to support SALT is through tax deductible donations of cash or real property.  Our Donation page gives details on how to donate and the tax benefits you may receive from your donation.   

How is SALT funded?

SALT’s initial funding was received through the Pima IDA, and a US Department of Housing and Urban Development grant known as the Neighborhood Stabilization Program 2 (“NSP2”).  Since that time, [...]

What properties does SALT manage?

SALT currently manages over 130 rental properties in the Tucson area. SALT’s operates under a “scattered site model” which means that our properties are not located in one central parcel or [...]

How does SALT create affordable housing?

Since its inception, SALT has evaluated well over 1,000 properties and has acquired and rehabilitated approximately 130 homes for its affordable rental portfolio. Today, SALT serves its low to [...]

How is SALT managed?

SALT is governed by a board of directors, which is comprised of members of the Board of the IDA and a member of the community appointed by the IDA.  SALT’s day to day operations are managed by [...]

What is affordable housing?

Affordable housing is typically defined as a housing unit whose cost does not exceed 30 percent of the occupant’s household income.  What does affordable housing do? Cost-burdened families are [...]

What is SALT?

Southern Arizona Land Trust, Inc., (“SALT”) is a nonprofit corporation, recognized as a 501(c)(3) charitable organization by the Internal Revenue Service, located in Tucson, Arizona.   SALT is a [...]