Annual Meeting Recap

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Thanks to all of you who came to our Annual Meeting and Recognition Event at Little America last week. Your work and dedication truly shows how Great Things Happen When We LIVE UNITED. Many thanks to our keynote speakers, teacher Brian Locke of Coconino High School and Katherine Pastor, counselor at Flagstaff High School. Your […]

Flagstaff VITA Dates Announced

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United Way of Northern Arizona will be offering the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program in Flagstaff starting January 26. You can get FREE help filing your 2016 income taxes from IRS-certified volunteers. The service is available to households with incomes under $85,000. Appointments and Scan2Go stations are available at Coconino High School (2801 N. Izabel […]

Volunteers Needed for United Way Holiday-Themed Fundraisers

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Two chances to help United Way raise funds this holiday season will be happening soon! On Thursday, November 17, Little America will once again host its Holiday Lights event with the dramatic lighting of hundreds of trees on the hotel grounds. This event is free and open to the public.  Proceeds from a travel-themed raffle […]

Paul Kulpinski Named Partnership Director of LAUNCH Flagstaff

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Former Flagstaff Unified School District Governing Board Member Paul Kulpinski will become the first Partnership Director of LAUNCH Flagstaff, the community-wide initiative to provide all children with a “cradle-to-career” world-class education. Kulpinski was selected from a highly qualified pool of candidates by the LAUNCH Flagstaff leadership team, which includes representatives from the United Way of […]

United Way Kicks Off 2016 Campaign

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More than 200 community partners marked the formal kickoff of the annual United Way of Northern Arizona (UWNA) fundraising campaign a recent luncheon that also marked the debut of LAUNCH Flagstaff, a new community-wide education initiative. [See Arizona Daily Sun coverage of the event here.] The event was led by the 2016-2017 Campaign Chairs – […]

Living United During an Emergency

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Part of Living United is being ready to help when the community suffers an emergency and neighbors are needed to give assistance to their fellow neighbor. This is why United Way is part of the Coconino County Voluntary Organizations Active in Disasters (CC-VOAD), a group of organizations and individuals who help victims of disaster in our area. Each […]

Remembering the Schultz Fire Flooding

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Willa McAuliffe jokingly tells people that the summer of 2010 was the longest year of her life. It was, of course, the year of the Schultz Fire, which burned within a quarter mile of the Timberline home she and husband Dwayne Grierson have shared for many years. Like almost 1,000 of their neighbors, they were […]