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UES supports employees' involvement in community outreach
UES employees are encouraged to devote their time to the causes closest to their hearts. One Community Action Team (CAT) volunteer might choose to pound nails for Habitat for Humanity, another might opt to serve on an agency's board of directors.
UES supports these efforts with charitable funding to the agency and organizational support for volunteer projects. UES is proud to be a mentor for area businesses starting employee volunteer programs.
The UES corporate volunteer program, the Community Action Team (CAT), is recognized as one of the most effective programs of its kind in the country. UES' employee-driven community service efforts have produced remarkable results. In 2010, UES employees joined their friends and family in contributing 14,600 hours to charitable efforts that benefited approximately 150 nonprofit groups.
The CAT Committees include employees from across company ranks who serve as advisors to the volunteer program. The standing subcommittees — Recognition and Membership — provide administrative direction to the full committee.
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If you would like to request CAT assistance, please contact the appropriate CAT steering committee chair and fax or email a request form – PDF 195 KB.
|UES CAT Steering Committees||Committee Chair|
|Coconino Flagstaff||Phil Byrum firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Mohave Kingman||Missy Grasser email@example.com|
|Santa Cruz Nogales||Norma Lucero firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Yavapai Prescott||Leslie Ward email@example.com|
|Yavapai Verde Valley Cottonwood||Monette Fanning firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Navajo Show Low||Rebecca Quintana email@example.com|
You may also contact Community Relations Coordinator, Melissa Dulaney, at 520-884-3606 – fax.