Hispanic Heritage Month is a time to celebrate and reflect on the culture, traditions and inspiring contributions of Hispanic Americans in our community.
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New partnership helps launch workforce development initiative for Black and Latina young women.
Back-to-school shopping is underway and it is more expensive than ever before. Many families can’t afford the price of supplies.
Valley of the Sun United Way has partnered with FreeWill to help you plan your estate for free. The website walks you through all the steps and information needed in about 20 minutes or less!
Suicide is the 12th leading cause of death in the United States. It is the second cause of death for younger Americans. A single call can saves someone’s life.
Arizona’s summer temperatures can be extremely dangerous for our neighbors experiencing homelessness. Those living outside in the elements are especially at-risk. Learn how you can help.
Valley of the Sun United Way relies on donations to continue our work in Maricopa County. One way you can help support our work is by shopping on AmazonSmile.
Valley of the Sun United Way’s brand new collaborative workspace is now open to the community. The MacKenzie Scott Drop Spot offers a place where our nonprofit partners can meet and collaborate.
Summer months are mostly spent inside in the cool air conditioning. Why not use some of that time to give back to our community? We have several opportunities that allow you to volunteer your time from the comfort of your own couch.
Juneteenth marks the day that the last remaining Black slaves in the United States found out they were free.