United Way brings people together from all across the community: government, businesses, faith groups, non-profits, the labor movement, and ordinary citizens – to tackle issues mattering most to all of us – producing positive and meaningful results.
United Way operates on a system based on the principle that UNITED; we are stronger than we can ever be alone. Our goal is to create long-lasting changes that improve lives, which can only be done by working together.
There are a few steps to registration. First, you will have to set-up your own Volunteer Profile. Once that’s done, click on the Day of Caring 2015 tab to choose from the 40+ projects which will help local non-profits, Simply click the TEAM button on that project, and then sign up every member of your organization’s team. You’ll be able to list the names of your team members, the number of Day of Caring t-shirts you’ll need and what sizes, even let us know who will be attending this year’s Breakfast and Awards Event at the Genetti Hotel and Conference Center, and who won’t. You will also have the ability to go back into your registration at a later date, and add additional team members to your original or new projects.
Deadline for registration will be Wednesday April 1st. If you have any questions about or difficulties with your team’s online registration, we’re only an email away. You can contact Community Relations Manager Rae Decker directly at email@example.com. Thanks so much for your continuing support for the United Way of Wyoming Valley, and we’ll look forward to seeing you on May 14th!
Through its "Poverty to Possibility" movement, the United Way is focused on making lasting change by reducing poverty among children and their families in our community.
Each month a new, carefully selected book will be mailed in your child's name directly to your home. He/she can look forward to new and exciting reading adventures...
United Way of Wyoming Valley is taking the lead in the fight against poverty by developing strategies to combat the hardest issue plaguing our community and neighbors.
Dial-A-Driver gives a "lift" to many... Kingston resident Patty Melvin starts her shopping at Gerrity's in Luzerne after being driven to the grocery store with the assistance of the Dial A Driver program of the United Way of Wyoming Valley