United Way of Yavapai County Grants Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Arizona with van

Photo: From left to right: Matt Givens (BGCCAZ Chief Operations Officer), Alex Heinemann (BGCCAZ Interim Executive Director), Nina Seim (UWYC Finance and Program Director), Katie Kinon (UWYC Board Treasurer), & Peter Martinez (UWYC Executive Director) Photo taken by

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Arizona (BGCCAZ) provides affordable after-school and summer programs for youth ages 6-18 years old in Prescott & Prescott Valley, AZ. With our growing community and increased need for educational and recreational activities, Clubs’ programs have a broad impact on families assisted by the organization. The non-profit’s 2021-2026 Strategic Plan includes programming excellence, enhancing community partnerships, building exceptional infrastructure, as well as growth and sustainability.

As a community-impact agency, United Way of Yavapai County (UWYC) strives to identify unmet community needs and address them by funding programs and networking with experienced agencies, with the ultimate goal of bringing the most positive impact to the greatest number of people in Yavapai County. UWYC envisions communities where everyone has the opportunity for quality education, financial stability, and resources for sustained good health.

Among other impact and outreach strategies, United Way of Yavapai County provides grants for community interventions that support education, economic stability or health. Through its 2022 grant program, UWYC has awarded the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Arizona with a van that will enhance Clubs’ outreach and impact. The new vehicle will expand educational and recreational programming, as well as increase opportunities for youth to participate in community initiatives. The new van will benefit members of the Prescott & Prescott Valley Clubhouses with life-changing opportunities for years to come.

About Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Arizona

Visit https://www.bgccaz.org to learn more.

About United Way of Yavapai County

Visit https://www.yavapaiuw.org/to learn more.

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