River Cities United Way

Quail Run Quickly Approaching

The River Cities United Way will once again be hosting their Annual Quail Run – 5K Run/Walk and 1K Kids Run on Saturday, November 5th, 2016 at the Mohave State Bank parking lot located at 2202 Hualapai Mountain Road in Kingman.  The 1K Kids Run will start at 8:00 am and the 5K Run/Walk will start at 8:10 am.  Proceeds from the event will benefit the River Cities United Way “Kids Bright & Healthy” Initiative. “This is our 5th Annual Quail Run,” stated Dawn Darby, Kingman Area Manager for River Cities United Way. “In 2011, the Advisory Committee for the River Cities United Way identified a need in our community to help low income and homeless children receive medical, dental and vision care which inhibits that child from learning and in cases that parents/family do not have the means to pay to resolve the issues. Kids Bright & Healthy can provide financial assistance.”

Registration fees are $30 on or before November 4, $35 on race day, and $15 for the 1K Kids Run. All paid participants will receive an event t-shirt. Twenty-five unique hand crafted awards will be awarded for the following categories:  Top Male and Female Overall 5K, Top Master Male and Female (40+) and Top 3 in each 5K age division.

To register online go to www.RiverCitiesUnitedWay.org/quailrun. Early registration will be held from 5:00 to 8:00 pm on Friday, November 4, 2016 at the River Cities United Way Kingman office located at 2202 Stockton Hill Road, Suite 203 and Race day registration will be held from 6:30 to 7:30 am on Saturday, November 5. Please contact Chris Brady at (937) 304-9357 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with any questions you may have or you can contact the River Cities United Way Kingman office at (928) 75-6720.

River Cities United Way would like to thank their sponsors: Kingman Regional Medical Center, Unisource Energy Services, Mohave State Bank, Bulldog Scrap Metal Recycling, Quail Ridge Chiropractic, Kingman CrossFit and Kingman Riot MMA.


22,685 people were helped saving $2.1M on prescription medication, an average of 41%.


13 K-12 students received dental referrals, 6 (47%) of which required additional work. The program saved those families an average of $109.79 per claim. 3 students received medical or vision care at an average cost of $83.33.


48 volunteers working 192 hours delivered oral health education and smile kits to 1,272 Kindergarteners, in 53 classrooms, at 20 schools, in 8 communities across 2 counties.

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94 attendees completed the 4-hour workshop covering budgeting and savings. 100% of attendees surveyed after 6-months, reported an improved financial situation.


20 volunteers working 140 hours assisted in preparing and submitting 263 tax returns at 5 sites, saving 2 communities $65,750 in filing fees.





The following companies are $5,000+ Corporate Cornerstone Givers, which covers administrative costs associated with operating our offices.

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Special Thanks to UniSource for being a Corporate Cornerstone Contributor to River Cities United Way
Special Thanks to Mohave State Bank for being a Corporate Cornerstone Contributor to River Cities United Way
Special Thanks to Havasu Regional Medical Center for being a Corporate Cornerstone Contributor to River Cities United Way

Thank you also to our Pillar Society Donors.

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Lake Havasu Area Chamber of Commerce
Needles Chamber of Commerce

Kingman Chamber of Commerce

Laughlin Chamber of Commerce

McMullen Chamber of Commerce

Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits


Internal Revenue Service

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