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As the hybrid work model continues to evolve, our non-profit community is looking for affordable and flexible solutions for their business requirements and staff. To help address these needs, United Way has created the MacKenzie Scott Drop Spot – where Member Organizations can effectively co-work, collaborate, and convene.
This space is designed to give you a productive individual workspace without the distractions that occur while working from home. From a mobile-based reservation system, to a state of the art conference room members can reserve for meetings, United Way is ready to provide your organization office needs for an all-inclusive monthly price of $75/month per person.
Your organization has given up or reduced its office size, and is looking for a cost-effective option for staff.
Your organization needs an alternative individual workplace solution for employees currently working from home.
Your team would like to boost productivity by being in a professional office setting.
The MacKenzie Scott Drop Spot is conveniently located in Phoenix’s Camelback Corridor, within United Way’s office. The space is open Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (excluding holidays).
United Way’s co-working space is designed for local non-profits who are looking for an office space solution for their staff. United Way is here to help, with the added bonus of having access to conference rooms through a separate reservation system for your collaborative and business needs.
Three seating options; from adjustable-height work stations with modular privacy panels, to individual work tables and lounge chairs, giving employees the space they need to plan their office time through a dedicated reservation system.
A hot desk reservation platform that brings your team together for those that want to be in an office setting to be more productive. Boost engagement and empower your employees to reserve their in-office needs.
United Way has redeployed its office space as a community asset to create new co-working spaces that are available to local non-profit organizations who may have given up their offices during the pandemic.
United Way has prioritized making this accessible to our nonprofit partners as a benefit for affordable space to do the impactful work of MC2026.
For just $75/month per person, your organization can have up to 20 of your employees utilize this innovative work space for your office needs,* including easy access to a connected conference room on a first-come, first-serve reservation basis.
*Dependent on the total Member Organizations contracted, as well as the daily availability of individual workstations on a firstcome, first-serve reservation basis.