United Way of Northern Arizona is pleased to announce that Kyla Garrison, an associate at W.L. Gore and a longtime member of UWNA Community Investment Team, has joined its Board of Directors. “Kyla
It’s been a non-stop summer for United Way of Northern Arizona volunteers as we worked together to help with post-fire recovery efforts, prepare for the increased possibility of flooding, and
Lowell Observatory has always aimed for the stars as a member of our Pacesetter campaigns.
After two years of being impacted by the pandemic, 2022 was when KinderCamp™ returned to normal. “It felt like the kids got to be kids again,” said Sara Owen, a
Although both moved to Flagstaff in order to attend Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff Police Chief Dan Musselman and Coconino County Health and Human Services Director Kim Musselman didn’t meet during
A grant from UWNA is helping Flagstaff Shelter Services launch an additional emergency housing at the former Crown Motel.