Annette Olson,
Executive Director

​​​UWYC Board of Directors​​ ​​

Mary Ann Suttles, President

JoAnne Hilde, Vice President

David Hernandez, Treasurer

Vacant -  Secretary

Irene Winter, Board Member

Dwayne Miller, Board Member

Meredith Dunlap, Board Member

James Elphick, Board Member
Laura Phelps, Board Member

Nina Seim,
Finance​​ Manager

Jacky Blanco,
AmeriCorps VISTA
Program Coordinator

Temmy Bowler,
Community Relations Coordinator

Kimberly Raibourne,
Admin Support

​About UWYC

​​​​​​ Our History

The United Way of Yavapai County began in 1987 organized by volunteers to raise money to help operate local charities. 

By the 1950's, more than 1,000 communities across the United States and Canada had established United Ways. In 1974, United Ways raised nearly $1 billion in an annual campaign. Across the county, United Ways now raise more than $4 billion annually.

Today, the United Way remains a volunteer-driven organization that operates independently of all. That means the money we raise in our community stays in our community.

UWYC is a dynamic, community building organization serving individuals who live in beautiful Yavapai County.  We are a collaborative agency dedicated to our mission!

United Way strives to provide quality education that leads to a stable job, enough income to support a family through retirement, and resources available for sustained good health. B
y mobilizing the caring power of communities to advance the common good, we can achieve these goals.

As a community-impact agent, UWYC identifies unmet needs and address them by funding programs and networking with our agencies.  Your donation is considered an investment in our community and it is our goal to maximize the return on every investment!

Programs are based on prevention with a focus on creating solutions.  We invest in programs considered to be the building blocks of healthy communities.

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