Need a place to work?

We have a number of unique work spaces designed to help nonprofits fulfill their mission


$15 / day

A quiet place to work for the day with high speed internet, access to office essentials, free coffee and a network of nonprofit professionals. 

Best for:
  • Those working from home or starbucks
  • Those looking to build a network
  • Those who need access to office equipment


$300/ month and up 

A fully furnished private office space for 1-4 employees. A cozy space to work, lock up files, and meet with guests. 

Best for:
  • Teams of 1-4
  • Organizations that need temporary space
  • Teams that need a remote location


$17.50 / sqft 

An unfinished 1,000 square foot suite that you can transform into the perfect office for your team. Build out the office you've always wanted and become a part of our community of nonprofits. 

Best for:
  • Teams of 1-10
  • Established nonprofits that want to build a network
  • Organizations that are willing to collaborate

Looking for just a business address and mailbox?

A mailbox on Campus with a professional business address. 

  • 24/7 Access
  • Package Acceptance
  • Receive and send letters

Frequently asked questions

If you are interested in space please contact Chelsey Johnson, Member Services Coordinator, to arrange a tour of the Campus. On the tour we will show you the spaces that will best fit your needs. From there you can submit a tenant application that includes organizational information, financial records, and diversity statements. If you are approved, we can begin the license/lease agreement negotiations. When you sign an agreement, you will then get your office and mail keys. Then you move in to your new home and attend a Campus orientation.  

The coworking model is designed to help tenants save on costs. All of our tenants get free wifi, water, trash, kitchen access and cleaning services; as well as allotted hours to the conference rooms. The Suite tenant’s rental amount is all inclusive except for your phone bill, electric bill and additional tenant improvements. 

Our tenants have exclusive access to nonprofit programming that we host here on Campus. We bring in consultants, training groups, professional advisors and coaches to help organizations with various challenges and professional development. Tenants are also invited to our Monthly Member Meetup and bi-monthly social events to network with other nonprofits and connect with professionals in their department. 

CF Campus is pet friendly to friendly pets. We encourage tenants to only bring pets if their coworkers are comfortable sharing the space with an animal. If there are any negative incidents with a pet we will ask that they don’t come to the Campus anymore. We totally understand if you have to bring your kiddo to work here and there. We are a family friendly space, all we ask is that the tenants clean up after any guests they bring in. 

Of course! We built this space with our tenants at the top of our mind. The conference rooms, courtyard and breakroom are yours to use. Keep in mind that each tenant has allotted hours to the spaces and can pay a reduced member rate if they go above and beyond their conference room allotment. 

Don’t see your question? Feel free to email us and we’ll get you an answer as soon as possible. Contact Us

Our clients say

"Working in a collaborative work space like the CF Campus bolsters our organization's impact by creating an environment in which we can more easily convene, learn and share ideas as we move toward common goals."
Michelle Crow
Director, Children's Action Alliance
"Participating in the Campus and being exposed to so many others that are building community services will allow us to expand our learning process."
Mike Rohrbach
CEO, Generations Communication Centers
" The Campus is beautiful and fun. My employees and I feel very appreciated being here surrounded by people who believe in our mission and want to help us grow."
Leslie Edwards
Executive Director, Educational Enrichment Foundation
"In this new space, organizations will find access to effective programs, e-resources, books, grant writing assistance and social media consultation, giving nonprofits the necessary tools to increase and reach their fundrasing goals."
Ken Zambos
Director, Pima County Library

To reserve your space now, please contact:

Chelsey Johnson, Member Services Coordinator, at or 520-770-7898.