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AWC Foundation partners with STEDY

AWC Foundation has partnered with the Southwest Technical Education District of Yuma to create a STEDY Support Fund.  This fund is a vehicle for community members to make a lasting difference in their community. The central purpose of STEDY Support Fund is to serve the needs and philanthropic aims of donors who wish to better the Yuma community career and technical education, now and in the future. The STEDY Support Fund does this by providing donors with flexible, efficient, and tax-effective ways to ensure their charitable giving achieves the greatest possible impact.  Donations can be made online or by check through the AWC Foundation office. 

For more information about STEDY: http://www.yumajted.org

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