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2006 Corporate Advocate of the Year

UniSource Energy Corporation

According to the Arizona's Children Association, which nominated UniSource for this award, the corporation has a track record of supporting the work of charitable organizations that serve the most vulnerable children, youth, and families. Having focused on community well-being and volunteerism since the early 1990s, UniSource's corporate policies and practices exemplify its commitment to the betterment of the communities in which it does business. Partnering with an average of 450 nonprofit organizations annually, and providing scholarships for any full-time nonprofit employee in Pima County, Arizona, are just two of the ways UniSource lives up to its corporate motto, "We are there when you need us."


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