Habitat for Humanity is a global organization that brings communities together in an attempt to provide affordable homes for families in need. With the help of your donations and volunteer work, Habitat has helped more than 4 million people construct, rehabilitate or preserve more than 800,000 homes since its founding in 1976. This makes Habitat for Humanity the largest non-profit builder in the world.
The Yuma Community Food Bank aims to end hunger for children and families in the Yuma Area, and help bring self-reliance and stability to any household in need of help.
Amberly's Place works at assisting the victims of child abuse, domestic violence, sexual assault, and elder abuse. These specially trained professionals can help with open communication, crisis intervention, medical evaluations and much more.
Crossroads Mission is a faith-based organization designed for any individual who finds their life at a "crossroads." They point the right direction towards recovery and rescue from homelessness and addiction by the help of God and our community.
Yuma is an iconic part of the Historic Southwest, and has continued to grow and transform in the last century, providing a chance for families to grow and improve all the time. You can also get a chance to see some amazing historical sites and wildlife along the Colorado River!
Yuma County is known well for its clean and clear skies that provide the perfect escape from cold winters and gloomy weather. This also attracts a variety of water and desert sports and activities, and allows for year-round agriculture with some of the most fertile soil on Earth.
In the City of San Luis you can find the exceptionally fluid and simple lifestyle of a small border city. Plenty of affordable housing, a stable economy and a sturdy educational system are just a few of the highlights of San Luis, Arizona.
Somerton, Arizona can be a very interesting and cultural place. There are many different festivals and fund-raisers going on year-round, as well as a very strong sense of pride towards community and heritage. Every December, the city is crowded with over 30,000 people for the Tamale Festival, which helps to raise scholarships for students who wish to attend Arizona State University.
The Town of Wellton lies east of Yuma, surrounded by local farms and the Gila Mountains. Welcomed every morning by a clear warm sunrise all year, Wellton is the choice destination every winter for a great number of visitors looking to escape the cold.
The Bully Rehab Awareness Gym Inc. stands against bullying and suicide by teaching victims how to safely defend themselves and others and resolve issues as peacefully as possible. By teaching young children and teens to be gentle and have a healing attitude, we may begin to heal the world and save lives.
The Western Arizona Counsel of Governments is a non-profit governmental organization that serves the Western Arizona counties of Yuma, La Paz, and Mohave in a variety of ways. They provide many different early childhood, senior, and community services.
The Humane Society has been reducing the number of homeless pets in Yuma since 1963 and continues to attempt to find homes for each of these animals. They understand the importance and impact that these animals will have in each loving home.
Yuma Nightmares hosts one of the largest haunted houses in the area, and is now holding a Christmas event. They have grown greatly since they first began in 2001 at the Camelot Apartments. The proceeds from these events benefit Yuma Habitat for Humanity.
Since 1949, The Pecan Grove Garden Club has made it their goal to beautify Yuma with a love of gardening and floral design, as well as educating the public about the importance of protecting and caring for our homes and environment. PGGC is also involved in several youth programs and holds Annual Garden Tours to show off the beautiful gardens that can be seen throughout the Yuma Area.