We ensure every student in the Valley has equal access to a quality education whether that’s at home or in a physical classroom.
Close opportunity gaps to ensure children read at grade level by 3rd grade and youth are prepared for educational success and employment.
Mighty Goal #1: Increase 3rd grade reading proficiency by 25% by 2026
Mighty Goal #2: Increase youth aged 16-24 engaged in education and employment opportunities by 38% by 2026
A Will not only provides for comfort as you think about your family’s future, but is also a powerful way to create a permanent legacy for the causes that are important to you. Creating a valid legal Will with FreeWill takes less than 20 minutes.
As Vice President of Community Development for Valley of the Sun United Way, Dr. Melissa Boydston works to remove barriers leading to systems change on the education birth to career continuum pipeline.
Tempe has the second highest rate of homelessness in Arizona and the programs provided by Tempe Community Action Agency (TCAA) are vital to the community’s safety net.
We’re proud to announce that we’ve awarded 81 nonprofits and schools grants totaling more than $7.8 million to fund programs and services that align with the strategies of MC2026.
The Emergency Broadband Benefit (EBB) is a temporary discount on monthly internet bills for qualifying low-income households. Applications are now available.
When Juan joined the Loaned Executive Program in August 2020, he took a giant leap out of his comfort zone...
This month, Mental Health Awareness Month, we are focusing on the correlation between housing and mental health.
COVID-19 has shined a light on the many inequities surrounding early childhood education. Fortunately, Read On Avondale and Read On Phoenix were there to help.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and there’s no better time to spotlight the topic, its challenges and the resources available to our community members.
Lerner & Rowe joins forces with Valley of the Sun United Way to positively impact the lives of children and their families.
A New Leaf’s East Valley Men Center (EVMC) is a safe haven for men experiencing homelessness.
We’ve been proud to fund Catholic Charities’ MANA House which serves unhoused vets by providing shelter, case management, and wrap around services. Read Sherry's story...