United Way of Sierra Vista and Cochise County

United Way of Sierra Vista and Cochise County

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This United Way is a locally incorporated, autonomous, non-profit organization. It is a partnership of volunteers, donors and agencies that raise and distribute funds based upon need to strengthen the community's capacity to care for its citizens.

The United Way of Sierra Vista & Cochise County has been working behin the scenes for more than 20 years to help improve the lives of members of our community. Thanks to the many contributions from our active donors, we have helped to raise nearly $5 millio for locally based charities. Your gift ensures that theses services are maintained.

Operating as usual

05/28/2013

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05/28/2013

Another year of Summer Ultimate Reading Fun and more happy first-graders!

05/21/2013

More books!

05/21/2013

Look at all the books we were able to order for this year's Summer Ultimate Reading Fun (SURF) thanks to the generous donations we received!

05/21/2013

What better way to end the school year than to give out books to 1-st grade reading machines!

04/16/2013

Good morning all, don't forget that our 6th Annual Synergy Conference is only 8 days away! If you haven't registered yet, go to: www.cochise.edu/cll to sign-up.

10/17/2012

Thank you to all of the Board Members who helped make this event so successful. I couldn't have done it without you!

10/17/2012

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10/17/2012

More Cars in the Park pictures

10/17/2012

Paula testing out a candy-red Dodge Viper.

10/17/2012

Judith and Morry working the United Way booth.

10/17/2012

Kelley and Stacey getting the word out about the United Way. Thanks for your help handing our brochures!

10/17/2012

United Way raising funds for Summer Reading Program at Cars in the Park. Thanks to all the people who gave 'bucks for books!'

07/17/2012

2012 Board of Directors picture taken outside the Ramsey Canyon Folklore Preserve in June. We welcome our new and returning Board member

07/04/2012

Mrs. Gail Benntt's students at Walter J. Meyer Elementary take a class photo with their books.

07/03/2012

Faras Elementary School students enjoy their new summer books in the library!

07/03/2012

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07/03/2012

Students at Greenway Elementary School wait patiently to receive their books!

07/03/2012

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07/03/2012

The United Way's SummerUltimate Reading Fun (SURF) program was a huge sucess, but you don't have to take my word for it, just check out the faces of the lucky first-graders that receive their brand new books and book bags!

05/09/2012

Board Members hard at work stuffing book bags for the Summer Ultimate Reading Fun book program. Thanks to everyone who helped and a special thank you to Marge and JP for hosting us!!

05/09/2012

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05/09/2012

Board Members hard at work stuffing book bags for the Summer Ultimate Reading Fun book program. Thanks to everyone who helped and a special thank you to Marge and JP for hosting us!!

05/09/2012

Campaigning at Sierra Vista Regional Health Care Center. Check out our new display board.

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04/04/2012

Don't Forget about our Summer Reading Program! We will be delivering books to a select group of 1st graders in Sierra Vista, Tombstone, Douglas and Bisbee. I f you want to participate just give us a call.

03/20/2012

The United Way participated in Staff development day at Cochise College. Thanks to the support of the staff we were able to raise over $200 on the 50/50 raffle

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10/18/2011

United Way of Sierra Vista and Cochise County

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The United Way of Sierra Vista & Cochise County has an office located in Sierra Vista. The agency is governed by a Board of Directors consisting of 17 people from Sierra Vista, Hereford, Tombstone and Douglas. The board members represent a cross section of professional and retired people.
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