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AWC Cares about our Yuma Community Food Bank

Calling all AWC Alumni, students, families, faculty, and staff!  This week we can impact the lives of hundreds of Yumans. 

Donate to the Yuma Community Food Bank this week and tag #AWCcares

Don't have time to shop? Make an online donation as part of the AWC cares campaign!  Donate NOW

Donation drop sites:  AWC Yuma campus - 3C building and AWC Gym, Arizona Community Foundation Yuma office, Somerton Parks and Rec office, STEDY office on Main Street

#AWCcares campaign will run Monday through Thursday from 7 am to 5 pm. 

Contact the AWC Foundation office for more information. 928-344-1720

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