​United Way of Yavapai County

Stories about "Results You Can See!"
Daniel Smith, Northern Arizona University Intern & Navy Seabee Afghanistan war veteran is our second author to be featured on our new Blog page. His Blog posts are an informative series and gives some insight in regards to our local homeless population!
Annette Olson, Executive Director of United Way of Yavapai County is the first author to be featured on our new Blog page. This first Blog post is about one of our Partner Agencies, their name is People Who Care!

This video gives an overview of the great work UWYC and some of its partners do!

Boys and Girls Clubs of Central AZ members thanking UWYC for funding support. This would not be possible without the contributions of UWYC DONORS!



Short video featuring 3 companies who support the United Way of Yavapai County. Freeport McMoRan is a major donor and many of its employees contribute via payroll deductions. Findlay Toyota was a sponsor of our 2017 Kickoff event. Target collected donations in its store and employees volunteered at our 2017 Day of Action. There are many more corporate partners and we would like to thank them all!





Here are a few of the nonprofit agencies whose programs United Way of Yavapai County has funded recently.

Staff of Yavapai Big Brothers Big Sisters thank United Way of Yavapai County (and its donors) for recent grant funding!



Built and sponsored by the leaders and students of Bagdad High School.
They call themselves
"The Cottage Crafters" and their slogan is
"You're Invited to Live United!"

Participating students: Rio Delgado, Hunter Gates, Bethany Loveall, Kyleigh Nations, Damion Tham, Kassie Estrada, Cole Chapin, Andrew Medina, Connor Pacheco, Devin Nelson, Quentin Martin, Kurtis Garcia, Michael Mendez, Isaiah Covey, Shane Covey, Austin Easterday,
Scotty Finnerty, and Tony Ventura.

Bagdad FCCLA

The above video features the delivery of the new Tiny "Safe Sleeper" Cottage to Paul Mitchell at CCJ (Coalition for Compassion and Justice)!


Participating Staff: Culinary teacher Shaun Rose and Construction teacher Tom Rose. In association with Bagdad FCCLA.