Navajo Resources

During last night's informative community meeting on the Tunnel Fire, it was the words of Coconino County Board of Supervisors Chair Patrice Horstman that stood out to us:

"This is a time for neighbors to help neighbors."

United Way of Northern Arizona is currently raising money to help those impacted by the Tunnel Fire through the UWNA Crisis Response Fund. You can donate to the fund by texting UWNAZresponse to 41444. Donations can also be processed on our website here.

Money raised through the fund will be used to support families with immediate needs now and in the future, as they rebuild and return to their homes.

When that will be is uncertain at this point. Today is another red flag day, with low humidity and high winds causing "critical fire conditions." Friday is supposed to have cooler temperatures and slightly higher relative humidity, but the winds are expected to be even stronger. 

As we wait for this latest wildfire to play out, we can be reassured that our corner of northern Arizona has always been resilient during times of crisis. Part of that strength lies in the resolve of our residents to Step Up for Our Community.

Please consider a donation to the UWNA Crisis Response Fund today and, as always, Thank You for Living United.

 

 

 

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Community Grant 2023

Community Grant 2023

Navajo United Way is now accepting Letters of Intent for FY2023 from local nonprofits to support programs and community projects. The Navajo United Way Community Impact Fund supports local nonprofits serving the needs of those who are underprivileged or marginalized.

The funds can be used to support programs in the area of education, health, housing, or related social service that benefits underprivileged or marginalized populations and for nonprofits whose mission relates to improving the education, health, and livelihood of those living on or near the Navajo Nation.

The actual amount of the awarded grants will depend on the amount NUW is able to raise during the current annual campaign. Submission of a grant proposal does not guarantee a grant award. Due to the high volume of request, NUW will accepy one proposal per each applying entity

The submission deadline, which includes the application and required attachments, is Friday, July 29, 2022 at 4:00 pm. Questions can be emailed to community@navajounitedway.org

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Your single tax deductible donation helps many people, agencies and service programs. This gives you the opportunity to support the entire community

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