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We are in the process of changing our online donation system. We greatly apologize for any inconvenience. Please mail donations to AWC Foundation PO Box 929, Yuma, AZ 85366.  Feel free to contact us directly at 928-344-1720

Why Give

Your gift to the AWC Foundation allows you to support the causes you care about most and make a real difference in our community. 

We believe that education is the most important and sustainable resource for individual empowerment, community advancement, and poverty alleviation.  Your gift is a lasting legacy for our community’s future. We are all stakeholders in that legacy.  Start a scholarship or consider contributing to an existing fund today.

AWC Foundation Scholarship Fund

By donating to the AWC Foundation Scholarship Fund, you are joining a community of givers who believe that college changes lives. Making scholarship opportunities available to those who may not meet the specific requirements of other scholarships but still need help with tuition and books is a priority for the AWC Foundation Board of Directors. Building the AWC Foundation Scholarship Fund ensures a perpetuating revenue source that will continue to fund scholarships that are not criteria dependent but critically important.

AWC Foundation Emergency Grant Program

The AWCF Emergency Grant Program is a one-time award given to students who are experiencing a temporary financial crisis and are at risk of dropping out of college.  This fund was created to help students stay in college and meet their educational goals, securing a better financial future for themselves and their families.   Please consider a donation to the Emergency Grant Program so that we may continue to meet these urgent needs of our students.

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In La Paz County, nearly 1 in 4 persons lives in poverty, and over 90 percent of residents have less than a Bachelor's degree (as reported by US Census data). The AWC Foundation provides the bridge to higher education that is necessary for the needs of our workforce, community, and future generations!

Danyele Grissum
Adult Education Program Manager
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