By helping kids at the start of their education, we are breaking the cycle of poverty for future generations.
United, we help hard-working families achieve stability and success.
By partnering with leaders and residents in local communities, we can build long-term solutions to poverty together.
With the ASU Knowledge Exchange for Resilience and the Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust, we have launched The Solutions Hub.
During these unprecedented times, we are committed to supporting urgent and emerging needs of Valley families and individuals, and the nonprofits serving them. With an in-kind donation, you can quickly provide support to areas of the highest need in our community. View the items our nonprofit partners are in need of by visiting the links below.
to our United for the Valley COVID-19 Fund lead donors
The United for the Valley COVID-19 fund provided resources to purchase the needed technology to ensure that students are still able to access their assignments and stay connected with their teachers.
We have the power to rebuild our communities and reimagine a better future for our children if we work together to help young people struggling in the wake of this virus.
As the temperature rises, staying safe outside will become more and more difficult. Here are a few resources available around the Phoenix Metro area.
With the help from the United for the Valley COVID-19 fund, NPFY is closing the gap and increasing their services to meet the safety and wellbeing of the most vulnerable youth in our community.
Through help from emergency funding from the United for the Valley COVID-19 grant, The Valley of the Sun YMCA has been able to allocate resources to critical needs areas ranging from child care and food programs, to virtual senior outreach.
Arizona’s spring 2020 graduates worked hard to get here, and we acknowledge that! In honor of Graduate Recognition Day, we want to say how proud we are of our intern’s accomplishments!
Save the family continues to fight for families during these uncertain times and with the help of the United for the Valley COVID-19 fund, they have been able to work directly with individuals to help families find jobs and housing.
During this unforeseen time, ICAN made the difficult decision to temporarily suspend all in-person programs. Through the help of the United for the Valley COVID-19 Fund, ICAN was able to adapt to the growing needs in our community, and continued to make weekly at home Kraft Kits for children.
Are you looking for opportunities to give back to your community this #GivingTuesday? Sign up to participate in these unique volunteer opportunities!
The coronavirus pandemic changed our lives unexpectedly. We were suddenly a family of four working together, learning together, spending every moment together…
Make a call for people to break the cycle of poverty in a new way with Instagram’s Donation Sticker. With this sticker, you can talk about why you think it’s important to unite and why you choose Valley of the Sun United Way.
COVID-19 is affecting many Valley families and individuals. If you need assistance or resources, this is a list of resources available around the Phoenix Metro Area.