Volunteers from the Yavapai Exceptional Industries pose for a photo after stuffing goodie bags with the James Family Prescott YMCA for the 39th annual Whiskey Row Marathon, which took place Saturday, May 6, in Prescott.
Workers from Signs Plus install a sign at the new headquarters for Yavapai Exceptional Industries Antelope Point at Eastridge building in Prescott Valley Friday. The building is slated to be complete by Jan. 2.
Local nonprofits awarded with 2020 FEMAD contributions included: Catholic Charities Community Services, whose directory of services include foster care and adoption, counseling, affordable housing, youth development, veterans services, and much more; Coalition for Compassion and Justice, whose mission is to end and prevent homelessness working toward a just and compassionate community for all; Prevent Child Abuse/Yavapai Family Advocacy Center, promotes programs to ensure that all children grow up in safe, healthy environments; Stepping Stones, a 24-hour shelter and support resource for women and children in crisis; West Yavapai Guidance Clinic, Inc., a community health center that offers behavioral health treatment for adults with addictions and mental health issues; and YEI!/Prescott Charities, where Prescott-area adults with disabilities receive job training, employment, housing and support.
Anyone who has made a wish while tossing a coin into the fountain located on the Yavapai County Courthouse plaza has indirectly contributed to the Yavapai Exceptional Industries (YEI).
Fann Contracting, Inc., through its Fann Employees Making A Difference (FEMAD) Program, in 2021 donated more than $78,000 to charities in the Greater Prescott area. Local nonprofits awarded with 2021 FEMAD contributions included: Catholic Charities Community Services, Coalition for Compassion and Justice, Prevent Child Abuse/Yavapai Family Advocacy Center, Stepping Stones Agencies, Polara Health (formerly West Yavapai Guidance Clinic, Inc.), and YEI!/Prescott Charities.
Brad Newman was in the founding class of students and has been continuously enrolled here since 1976. He tells in his own humorous fashion stories about particular founding faculty and administrators and his own personal hi-jinks. He feels the quality of the founding...
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Support YEI! on Arizona Gives Day 2016. Your money will go to helping us keep working with adult residents with developmental disabilities through employment, volunteer, and support services. Thank you!
PRESS RELEASE: February 24, 2016 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, Prescott, AZ Featured Employee Brandon Roxburgh Taking Production Partnership to a Whole New Level: When YEI!’s Production Technicians Help from Within Giving back comes in many forms, and helping others is a...