Wild Iris is all about people. It all starts with high-quality coffee served to Prescott, Arizona's locals and shipped around the world. But we're more than just a coffeehouse. We provide a comfortable atmosphere to those looking to relax, meetup with friends, do their work, or host club meetings. With so much support from our local community, we enjoy giving back.
Some of our most important moments throughout each year are making contributions to organizations that have a positive impact in our local community. We choose organizations that create opportunity for young people, support education for our children, promote community events, and those that protect our landmarks and wildlife.
Here are the amazing organizations that we supported in 2019-2022. We look forward to giving in 2023.
Save the Dells is a grassroots group of Prescott area residents committed to preserving the iconic Granite Dells landscape as permanently protected public open space for the benefit of wildlife, for our quality of life, and for a sustainable economy.
Bike Prescott Cycling Club is Northern Arizona’s premiere cycling club promoting cycling, safety, and Prescott. Bike Prescott Cycling Club welcomes racers, novices, and casual riders with a desire to promote road cycling and safety in the Prescott area and beyond.
Mountain Oak School nurtures children’s highest potential of thought, feeling, and determination by cultivating a sense of truth and wonder, the powers of imagination and practical knowledge, and a feeling of responsibility for themselves and the world around them. The Mountain Oak School community is devoted to the potential that all children carry within them. They are contributing to the future of our children, our culture, and our world.
Skyview School’s mission is to enrich the lives of students and to ensure that future generations are well prepared to live their lives with meaning, dignity, and the ability to work together for a better world. Our dynamic collection of teachers, aides, and support staff collaborate to create high functioning, engaging classrooms where students are involved in meaningful activities that sharpen their focus and growth.
Embry–Riddle Aeronautical University, Prescott is a residential campus of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Prescott, Arizona. The university offers bachelor, master's, and PhD degree programs in arts, sciences, aviation, business, engineering, and security & intelligence.
Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary is a non-profit animal sanctuary in Prescott, Arizona.. Situated on ten acres north of Prescott, the sanctuary offers a home for animals who have no other. Through educating the public, Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary hopes to help ensure the sustained existence of wildlife species throughout the world.
Prescott High School is a public high school located in the city of Prescott, Arizona. It is the only high school in the Prescott Unified School District. Prescott High School offers the full spectrum of academics, including advanced placement courses and dual credit courses in conjunction with Yavapai College. Our academics are complemented by athletics, theater, fine arts, choir, band, and career and technical education programs.
Prescott Swim Team has swimmers from early development to advanced regional and state champions, and collegiate swimmers. Practices focus on conditioning, stroke development, refinement, personal goals, high school team preparation & sanctioned competition for all ages. The coaches work hard to help each swimmer develop great swimming skills, a love of the sport, confidence, friendships, and team spirit.
Along with being a fun, family friendly tradition, Acker Night combines participating downtown businesses with the support of hardworking musicians who donate their time and talents. Their mutual goal is to keep music alive and thriving for the youth of Prescott.
Red for Ed is a grassroots movement led by Arizona Educators United, and is part of a national outcry from teachers and education advocates about low salaries and lack of school funding.