Show Up

The 2021 Campaign


YOU can help make our community better,

more equitable and stronger with the United Way of Yavapai County.

United Way of Yavapai County has always helped the most vulnerable people meet their basic needs and improve their health, education and financial stability. As more people continue to need immediate support to recover, our communities also need comprehensive ways to rebuild more equitably. We have programs and partners who are making this possible. 

The more businesses that participate in UWYC’s Workplace Giving Program, the more we’ll be able to help people in need in our own communities. Remember, it takes all of us working together to advance the common good. 

If you think the company you work for would be interested in Showing Up United, let us know.

Please email Executive Director Patty Demers HERE or give us a call at (928) 778-6605 to learn more.

  • APS

  • BBVA Compass Bank - PNC

  • CDS-Global, Inc

  • CIGNA Insurance

  • City of Cottonwood

  • Copperpoint Insurance Company

  • Costco

  • Dillard`s Prescott Gateway Mall

  • Edward Jones Investments

  • Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

  • Enterprise Holdings

  • Fed Ex Ground

  • Freeport McMoRan  -  FMI

  • Hypertherm, Inc.

  • Microchip Technology, Inc.

  • National Bank of Arizona

  • Nationwide

  • Northern Arizona Council of Governments

  • O'Reilly Auto Parts

  • PCL Construction, Inc.

  • Print Pack

  • Prescott Unified School District

  • Schutte & Hilgendorf pllc

  • Target Stores

  • Town of Prescott Valley

  • U.S. Bank

  • UNS Unisource Energy Services

  • UPS United Parcel Service

  • USAA

  • Wal-Mart

  • Washington Federal WaFd

  • Wilsonart Engineered Surfaces

Thank You to Our Local Businesses & Organizations

Supporting UWYC with Workplace Campaigns 



United Way of Yavapai County is proud to be a hub for volunteerism in Yavapai County.  Volunteers are the backbone of the United Way organization.  We strive to strengthen volunteerism and preserve the core American value of “neighbor helping neighbor.”  Feel connected through volunteering. By sharing your time and talents, you can touch someone’s life in a truly powerful way.  A can of food on a pantry shelf. 30 minutes spent reading with a student. A fresh layer of paint in a shelter. These may seem like small acts of kindness, but they make a world of a difference for individuals in need. You can offer the hope and dignity that helps someone build a better life for their family, today.  Know that the people you are helping appreciate the outreach and you are helping people feel connected.   Discover the many ways you can connect, serve, and enjoy.


Join Us! ❖ Bring your passion! ❖

Get things done!