UniSource is dedicated to being a good neighbor and assisting our most vulnerable residents: struggling working families, seniors, persons with disabilities, teens and young children.
Our support provides hot meals to limited-income families, helps victims of domestic violence and child abuse and addresses homelessness by ensuring residents have safe and energy efficient housing.
By working to address these needs, we’re giving residents new opportunities for a better life while creating stronger, healthier and more vibrant communities.
UniSource supports dozens of nonprofit agencies and groups throughout Coconino, Mohave, Navajo, Santa Cruz and Yavapai Counties. These are just a few of the nonprofit groups benefitting from our financial contributions and volunteer support:
Arizona Children’s Association
Our financial support funds the Foster Care Emergency Funds Project, which helps struggling families pay their rent and utilities.
Arizona Trail Association
UniSource sponsors the Seeds of Stewardship Program that integrates classroom lessons in environmental and STEM education with activities on public land and on the Arizona Trail. These excursions are introducing students to captivating learning techniques and creating healthy lifestyle habits that have a lasting impact.
Funding for the Conservation Legacy Veterans Fire Corps Program engages military veterans in service projects on public lands. The program also teaches veterans skills and provides them with certifications that can prepare them for jobs with land management agencies.
Coconino County - Flagstaff
Flagstaff Family Food Center
UniSource funding support the food center’s programs, which include daily hot meals and sack lunch programs, emergency food box distribution, a food rescue program and a childhood literacy program.
Flagstaff Shelter Services
Our funding is directed to the year-round emergency shelter program for homeless individuals. Residents receive two daily meals and are offered programs and services to help them transition from crisis toward permanent housing and self-sufficiency.
Northland Family Help Center
UniSource’s financial contributions help traumatized children receive compassionate care. This agency’s mission is to provide safe haven, advocacy, counseling and education to promote and restore healthy family relationships.
Mohave County – Kingman/Lake Havasu City
Jerry Ambrose Veterans Council of Mohave County
This agency works to meet the needs of veterans and their families while advocating for progress on issues that affect veterans.
Women with Willpower
This Lake Havasu City agency believes in the power of women helping women. Women with Willpower works with other community partners to connect women and their children to support and services that meet their needs when all other resources have been exhausted.
Santa Cruz County - Nogales
Rebuilding Together Santa Cruz County, Inc.
Our support helps this agency rehabilitate homes to make them safe and energy efficient for limited-income families.
Girl Scouts Santa Cruz
Providing funds for 38 girls who attend Coatimundi and San Cayetano Elementary Schools to be mentored through 24 weeks of leadership development programming in an after-school setting with an emphasis on science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) subjects.
Yavapai County - Prescott
Yavapai Big Brothers Big Sisters
For nearly a decade, UniSource has provided Big Brothers Big Sisters with volunteers and financial support for their annual Bowl for Kids in Prescott, which raises funds for mentoring programs for at-risk youth.
Prescott Creeks Preservation Association
UniSource is proud to fund the Granite Creek Cleanup, a yearly family-friendly event that has removed more than 47 tons of trash from local area creeks, lakes, and trails since Prescott Creeks began hosting it in 2007.
Navajo County – Show Low
White Mountains Meals on Wheels
UniSource is a longtime supporter of this local Meals on Wheels program, which provides companionship and nutritious food to the homebound and elderly. Meals on Wheels makes sure that people aren't left behind, forgotten or hungry. They help White Mountains residents live the independent lives they deserve and feel nourished through nurturing connections that help them thrive.
UniSource employees participate in the Sue’s Crew 30 Mile Walk, a challenging annual public event to raise awareness and funds for the fight against cancer.