About the Foundation


     In 2001 Scott Alan Brown passed away in tragic motorcycle accident. Scott was heavily involved in the Tucson soccer community. He played locally with different clubs, having the most success with the Tucson Aztec's club team, Tormenta. Scott attended Sunny Side high school and helped the team reach the state finals in 1992. He continued his career playing Junior College at Pima Community College and then one season at Pan American in Texas. Prior to the development of the MLS, he played semi-professionally with the Tucson Amigos in the PDL (Professional Development League). He coached at Sunnyside high school working side by side with his friends and Father. This love and commitment to soccer is what drives the foundation to continue his work, legacy and name. 

    Each Spring his friends, teammates, and family come together to honor the memory of Scott through a memorial game. This event is put together by friends and family each year to pay tribute to the memory of Scott and raise money for the foundation. Players who played with Pima Community College, Tucson Aztecs Tormenta, Sunnyside High School, and the Tucson Amigos play for the coveted SAB trophy.  

    The foundation became a 501(c)3 public charity with a tax ID# in 2009, making all donations tax deductible. It raises money through a variety of events: Memorial game, Winefest, Golf Tournament, Cookbook, raffles, and donations made by the community. It looks to increase its investments into education and sports by seeking grants from local businesses, and contributing groups locally and nationally.  



Scott Alan Brown Foundation Donation LetterAbout_the_Foundation_files/SAB%20Donation%20Letter.pdf

Scott Alan Brown

Pima Community College