Darla DeVille is currently serving as the Community Affairs Manager for the NW Division of APS. A U.S. Army Veteran, who enlisted after high school, served 3 years as a helicopter crew chief and 4 years in the US Army reserves. Darla holds a dual Masters Degree in Education Administration and Curriculum & Development from the University of Wisconsin- Madison, and a Master Certification in both Organizational Leadership and Human Resource Development from Villanova University. In the field of education, Darla has served as a middle/HS teacher, coach, college lector, innovator and school principal. In the non-profit sector, Darla has successfully lead several organizations most recently, the Hawaii Island United Way and United Way of Yavapai County. She currently serves on several community Boards throughout the region and believes that if we share resources and partnering together, in the spirit of aloha- anything is possible!!
No children should go hungry on the weekends!
Right now the Yavapai Food Council packs and distributes 125 backpacks to schools and hungry kids across the Verde Valley but we need your help!
HOW CAN YOU HELP?
The Yavapai Food Council's Weekend Backpack Program is in dire need of individual food items for our backpack programs to continue our distribution.
You can help support these kids and their access to food on the weekends by donating the foods in the photo below to the Yavapai Food Council Office across from Bashas (2020 Contractors Rd in Sedona), the Yavapai Food Neighbors Collection Event or by making a monetary donation which will then be used to purchase these food items!
If you only donate once a month, please consider the Yavapai Food Council Weekend Backpack Program next month. ... See MoreSee Less