Pictured above are UniSource employee volunteers (L to R) Nikole White; Christy Boone; June Deering; Dawn Darby, River Cities United Way; Lynne Petersen, Missy Grasser, and Bill DeJulio
Volunteers from UniSource Energy Services in Kingman recently presented $2,000 to River Cities United Way’s “Kids Bright & Healthy” Initiative (RCUW KBH). Kids Bright & Healthy helps to provide medical, dental and vision services to children in families that are uninsured or underinsured. Over 1,075 students have been helped since this program began in 2003.
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River Cities United Way held their 6th Annual Quail Run on Saturday, November 5th. “This year’s event was another great success! The weather was absolutely beautiful and we had 39 adults run the 5K Run/Walk and two kids run in the 1K Kids Run,” stated Dawn Darby, Kingman Area Manager for River Cities United Way. “We raised more than $1,500 for our Kids Bright & Healthy Program which helps to provide medical, dental and vision services to kids whose parents might not be able to afford these services otherwise.”
This year’s winners of the 6th Annual Quail Run are as follows:
- Volunteer Website Showcased at Bullhead Volunteer Expo
- REMINDER: QCO Tax Credit
- Additional Campaign Materials Updated
- New Coin Box Campaign Starting
- Radiothon Recap
- [RECAP] Day of Caring 2016 - Kingman Citywide Cleanup
- Familywize Health Impact Report (2016)
- Golf Tournament Wrap-Up
- Wall of Wine Fundraiser & Pillar Recognition