San Juan United Way 2015 Campaign Chair

Pat Risner

Asset President,

BHP Billiton NM Coal


Allocation Volunteers Needed!

San Juan United Way needs your help.

Undesignated contributions from our 2015 campaign must be allocated to our Partner Agencies in a fair, unbiased and community-minded manner. Your involvement and input as an Allocations Volunteer is a critical part of this procedure.

We hope you decide to become a part of this vital process team.

When you volunteer, you must attend one orientation/training session. These sessions will be held at the San Juan United Way office, 903 W Apache Street in Farmington, New Mexico.

As a volunteer, you have the opportunity to see presentation from the Partner Agencies that have requested funding for specific programs. The scheduled training dates and presentation dates are listed below:

Orientation/Training Sessions (8:30am - 10:30am)

Tuesday, February 9th or Thursday, February 18th

Presentation Schedule

Tuesday, March 1st, 2016 8:00am - 2:30pm

Wednesday, March 2nd, 2016 8:00am - 1:35pm

You will be asked to volunteer for one or both presentation dates.

Click Here for the Volunteer Application


2015 Campaign Going Strong

Be a LINK in The CHAIN OF GIVING..


PESCO a Corporate Cornerstone Company - Kicked off their employee campaign!! Thank you to Kyle Rhodes, Linda Rodgers, Mike Corley and the whole crew at one of the best companies in San Juan County!


BHP Billiton NM Coal has kicked off their United Way Campaign!! They rock!! What a huge impact their generosity has on San Juan County and the Navajo Reservation -last year between the employees and their Corporate Match they raised over $1,000,000.00, Thank you and Ahe'hee'


Yeah, Armstrong Coury Insurance!! It feels good just walking into their office! Thank you for supporting an employee campaign every year! And Thanks for the volunteer commitment that everyone there seems to have. You all are great!


Celebrating 25 Years of Caring

Thank you San Juan County!!!

San Juan United Way and the non-profit community sends a BIGThank You to 450 Day of Caring Volunteers and the following organizations.

Adopting Companies

Arizona Public Service, BHP Billiton, Citizens Bank, ConocoPhillips, Cummins Rocky Mountain, FHS Girls Soccer Team, Four Corners Community Bank, Merrion Oil & Gas, PNM Generating Station, Raytheon, Sam’s Club, San Juan County, San Juan Regional Medical Center, Weatherford, Williams, WPX

Companies who Donated Labor, Supplies and Equipment

Eagle Scouts Troop 324-152, Clancy’s Pub, Country Gas, Diamond Vogel, Dirt Bandits, Farmington Boys and Girls Club, Franks Supply, Lowes, Sun Glass, The Ditch Company, Wal-Mart, Pirate Radio 107.9, KRWN Classic Rock 92.5, Kenn News Talk 92.1, KSJE 90.9

Non-Profit Project Locations

American Red Cross, Aztec Animal Shelter, Aztec Boys and Girls Club, Aztec Cemetery, Aztec Senior Center, Boys & Girls Club of Bloomfield, Boys and Girls Club of Farmington, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Bloomfield Senior Center, Childhaven, Desert View, ECHO Aztec Pre-School, ECHO Food Bank, Family Crisis, Four Corners Equine Rescue, Home for Women & Children, Identity Inc., Learning Circle Daycare and Preschool, Masada House, New Beginnings, Northwest NM Seniors, PATH – Daily Bread, PMS – Totah Behavior Health, Rein Dance Association, San Juan United Way, Sycamore Center, Sexual Assault Services of NW NM, The Well.


Thank you

ConocoPhillips!!!

A huge Thank You and our sincere gratitude the ConocoPhillips team and all of the San Juan County Participants. A total of $5248.70 was raised and will make a dramatic difference in our community.


2014 Campaign

THANK YOU

San Juan County!

$3,012,295.

Together We Can!

San Juan United Way held their Victory Celebration Thursday March 12th, at the Red Lion Hotel. Campaign Chair Terri King announced the total of $3,012,295! She also announced next year's Campaign Chair, Pat Risner of BHP Billiton. BHP Employees and the corporate match raised over $1.1 Million dollars this campaign.

Please visit our Photo Gallery to view pictures from the 2015 Victory Celebration.

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