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Your contribution to United Way of Northern Arizona is an investment in our community, and working together we can create lasting changes that will enhances the lives of our families, friends and children. To understand how your donation is used, check out our infographic ‘Where the Money Goes’ and meet Jamie, a child who wants to succeed and just needs a chance.

Donate

uw_education_0002There are many ways to donate to the United Way. You can make an electronic pledge here.  You can make payroll deduction through your place of work. You can even organize a workplace giving campaign if your employer doesn’t already have one (see more information below). Or you can contribute through a “planned gift” legacy. For more information on methods of giving, please contact the United Way.

Workplace Giving

Amanda and FamilyBe one of the hundreds of employers holding fundraising campaigns in Northern Arizona for the United Way! We make it easy for companies to provide their employees with meaningful ways to contribute – and have fun doing it – with full training and support. So help improve lives and strengthen communities by contacting us today to start your workplace giving program.

Summit Society $500+ Contributions

_MG_3680The United Way of Northern Arizona’s Summit Society, comprised of Community Investors who give $500 or more annually, are a select group of people whose generosity reflects a strong commitment to UWNA’s mission. Summit Society members are listed in the Annual Summit Society publication and invited to complimentary Summit Society receptions. To learn more about the Summit Society and join us with a contribution of $500 or more, please click here.

Tocqueville Society $10,000+ Contributions

_MG_3433This elite group of philanthropists set the standard for charitable giving in the community with their investment of $10,000 or more. Their extraordinary financial gifts entitle them to all benefits for Summit Society members, plus national recognition in the United Way Worldwide Book of Leaders.