Funded Programs

Your generous support of United Way helps to change lives across Broome County. Your contribution helps fund a combination of programs managed by United Way of Broome County and our partner agencies.

DIRECT SERVICE PROGRAMS (operated by United Way)

Day of Caring and Volunteer Support

Teaming for Technology

Susquehanna River Region 2-1-1

Southern Tier Regional Volunteer Center

FUNDED PROGRAMS AT PARTNER AGENCIES

NOTE: "ADDITIONAL DESIGNATED FUNDS" ORIGINATE FROM DONOR DESIGNATIONS AND MAY BE USED AT THE AGENCY'S DISCRETION. THESE FUNDS MAY OR MAY NOT BE APPLIED TO THE PROGRAMS LISTED BELOW. DESIGNATIONS INCLUDE PASS THROGUH FUNDS.

ACCORD
COURT APPOINTED SPECIAL ADVOCATES - TRAINED VOLUNTEERS ADVOCATE FOR CHILDREN AT RISK OF ABUSE AND NEGLECT IN THE COURT AND COMMUNITY.
2015-2016 FUNDING: $14,000
ADDITIONAL DESIGNATED FUNDS: $338.24

ACTION FOR OLDER PERSONS
SENIOR HEALTH INSURANCE COUNSELING - THIS PEER VOLUNTEER PROGRAM INFORMS CONSUMERS/PROVIDERS ABOUT SENIOR HEALTH INSURANCE, INCLUDING MEDICARE, SUPPLEMENTAL & DRUG COVERAGE, RETIREE PLANS, AND FINANCIAL HELP.
2015-2016 FUNDING: $36,925
ADDITIONAL DESIGNATED FUNDS: $3,791

AMERICAN CIVIC ASSOCIATION
IMMIGRATION SERVICES - SERVICES AND AIDS NEWCOMERS (IMMIGRANTS AND REFUGEES) IN MAINTAINING AND NAVIGATING U.S. IMMIGRATION LEGAL REQUIREMENTS AND ASSISTS INDIVIDUALS IN BECOMING SELF SUFFICIENT AND STABLE COMMUNITY MEMBERS/NEIGHBORS.
2015-2016 FUNDING: $29,266
ADDITIONAL DESIGNATED FUNDS: $2,651.54

AMERICAN RED CROSS, SOUTHERN TIER CHAPTER
DISASTER PREPAREDNESS & RESPONSE - ENHANCES PEOPLE'S ABILITY TO ANTICIPATE, SURVIVE & RECOVER FROM A DISASTER THROUGH EDUCATION & TRAINING. WHEN DISASTER STRIKES, THIS PROGRAM PROVIDES RESPONSE & RELIEF.
2015-2016 FUNDING: $239,945
ADDITIONAL DESIGNATED FUNDS: $16,560.14

BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, BADEN-POWELL COUNCIL
BOY SCOUTS IN BROOME COUNTY - A YOUTH DEVELOPMENT AND EDUCATION PROGRAM FOR BOYS AGE 11 TO 17.
2015-2016 FUNDING: $34,020

CUB SCOUTS IN BROOME COUNTY - A YOUTH DEVELOPMENT AND EDUCATION PROGRAM FOR BOYS IN 1ST THROUGH 5TH GRADE.
2015-2016 FUNDING: $42,740
ADDITIONAL DESIGNATED FUNDS: $10,066.71

BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF BINGHAMTON
CAMP SERTOMA - YOUTH PARTICIPATE IN PROGRAMS THAT HELP DEVELOP PHYSICAL FITNESS, USE OF FREE TIME, SKILLS FOR ANGER MANAGEMENT, APPRECIATION OF THE OUTDOORS AND HOW TO CARE FOR IT.
2015-2016 FUNDING: $50,200

MAIN UNIT - INSPIRES & ENABLES YOUTH TO REACH THEIR FULL POTENTIAL BY PARTICIPATING IN PROGRAMS THAT STRESS ACADEMIC SUCCESS, GOOD CHARACTER AND HEALTHY LIFESTYLES.
2015-2016 FUNDING: $88,400

TEEN PROGRAM - HELPS TEENS TO DEVELOP & IMPROVE SKILLS FOR ACADEMIC SUCCESS, POSITIVE CHARACTER, CITIZENSHIP AND HEALTHY/SAFE LIFESTYLES.
2015-2016 FUNDING: $21,340
ADDITIONAL DESIGNATED FUNDS: $14,899.11

BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF WESTERN BROOME FAMILY CENTER
ATHLETICS AND WELLNESS - THIS PROGRAM MEETS THE HEALTH/FITNESS NEEDS OF YOUTH AND ADULTS AND PROVIDES OPPORTUNITIES TO PARTICIPATE IN SPORTS/EXERCISE PROGRAMS THAT CONTRIBUTE TO A HEALTHY LIFESTYLE.
2015-2016 FUNDING: $58,250

SUMMER FUN CLUB - THIS PROGRAM PROVIDES A SAFE AND FUN CHILD CARE EXPERIENCE FOR FAMILIES DURING THE SUMMER. IT FOCUSES ON THE HEALTH AND MENTAL WELL-BEING OF THE CHILDREN WE SERVE.
2015-2016 FUNDING: $10,000

YOUTH OUTREACH - THIS PROGRAM IS BASED UPON THE BOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF AMERICA MODEL. IT'S PURPOSE IS TO PROVIDE A POSITIVE PLACE FOR YOUNG PEOPLE TO LEARN AND GROW.
2015-2016 FUNDING: $54,875
ADDITIONAL DESIGNATED FUNDS: $13,204.56

CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF BROOME COUNTY
CATHOLIC YOUTH ORGANIZATION - CYO OFFERS A WIDE VARIETY OF ACTIVITIES AND PROGRAMS THAT WILL ASSIST YOUTH TO FUNCTION THROUGHOUT THEIR COMMUNITY ESPECIALLY THROUGH THE ACTIONS OF ATHLETIC ACTIVITIES.
2015-2016 FUNDING: $14,090
ADDITIONAL DESIGNATED FUNDS: $9,856.50

EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE - THE EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM PROVIDES CLIENTS WITH FOOD AND COUNSELING ON FOOD RESOURCES TO ALLEVIATE THEIR FOOD INSECURITIES.
2015-2016 FUNDING: $23,017

FAMILY COUNSELING - THE FAMILY COUNSELING PROGRAM ADDRESSES YOUTH MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES THROUGH DIRECT INTERVENTION AND PREVENTION.
2015-2016 FUNDING: $119,500

RSVP TRANSPORTATION - DOOR-TO-DOOR TRANSPORTATION FOR FRAIL SENIORS TO ATTEND SOCIAL AND NUTRITIONAL PROGRAMS.
2015-2016 FUNDING: $13,225

RSVP VOLUNTEER SERVICES - RSVP ENLISTS THE TIME AND TALENTS OF INDIVIDUALS AGE 55 AND OLDER TO VOLUNTEER FOR NON-PROFIT AGENCIES IN BROOME COUNTY.
2015-2016 FUNDING: $22,689
ADDITIONAL DESIGNATED FUNDS: $31,592.55

CRIME VICTIMS ASSISTANCE CENTER
PREVENTIVE EDUCATION PROGRAM - PROVIDES PREVENTIVE EDUCATION TO ALL RESIDENTS OF BROOME COUNTY, WHILE PROVIDING INTERVENTION SERVICES TO ALL INNOCENT VICTIMS OF CRIME.
2015-2016 FUNDING: $19,709
ADDITIONAL DESIGNATED FUNDS: $3,208.60

DEPOSIT FOUNDATION
VOLUNTEER TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM - PROVIDES NON-EMERGENCY TRANSPORTATION FOR DEPOSIT RESIDENTS WHO DO NOT DRIVE OR HAVE TRANSPORTATION TO MEDICAL APPOINTMENTS LOCALLY AND OUT OF TOWN.
2015-2016 FUNDING: $15,194
ADDITIONAL DESIGNATED FUNDS: $364

FAMILY AND CHILDREN’S SOCIETY
FAMILY COUNSELING PROGRAM - PROVIDE PROFESSIONAL COUNSELING TO INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILIES TO HELP THEM SOLVE DIFFICULTIES & COPE WITH STRESS. SERVICES PROVIDED BY EXPERIENCED CLINICIANS ON A SLIDING FEE BASIS.
2015-2016 FUNDING: $75,000

SCHOOL COUNSELING PROGRAM - CLINICAL WORKERS AND A PARENT PARTNER ARE STATIONED AT OUTLYING SCHOOLS TO PROVIDE EASY ACCESS TO MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES FOR YOUTH AND FAMILIES.
2015-2016 FUNDING: $20,000
ADDITIONAL DESIGNATED FUNDS: $2,704.12

FAMILY PLANNING OF SOUTH CENTRAL NEW YORK
REACHING OUT - ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE - PROVIDE FREE ANNUAL REPRODUCTIVE AND BASIC EXAMINATIONS TO UNINSURED WOMEN WHO CANNOT AFFORD THE COST OF SERVICES.
2015-2016 FUNDING: $42,000

TEEN PREGNANCY PREVENTION PROGRAM - EDUCATION AND SKILL DEVELOPMENT FOR TEENS ADDRESSING TEEN PREGNANCY PREVENTION AND STD/HIV PREVENTION.
2015-2016 FUNDING: $17,445
ADDITIONAL DESIGNATED FUNDS: $3,953

GIRL SCOUTS OF NYPENN PATHWAYS
GIRL SCOUTS LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE - GIRLS DEVELOP THEIR LEADERSHIP POTENTIAL BY WORKING TOGETHER TO DISCOVER, CONNECT, AND TAKE ACTION TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THE WORLD.
2015-2016 FUNDING: $39,950
ADDITIONAL DESIGNATED FUNDS: $1,007.68

HANDICAPPED CHILDREN'S ASSOCIATION
DESIGNATED FUNDS: $6,814.46

JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER OF BINGHAMTON
EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER - PROVIDES QUALITY EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND CARE FOR CHILDREN AGES SIX WEEKS TO FIVE YEARS.
2015-2016 FUNDING: $97,541
ADDITIONAL DESIGNATED FUNDS: $3,197

JOHNSON CITY SENIOR CENTER
DESIGNATED FUNDS: $726

LEGAL AID SOCIETY OF MID-NEW YORK, BINGHAMTON
DESIGNATED FUNDS: $141

LITERACY VOLUNTEERS OF BROOME/TIOGA
ADULT BASIC EDUCATION/ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE - PROMOTES COMMUNITY LITERACY THROUGH THE USE OF QUALIFIED AND TRAINED VOLUNTEER TUTORS, AND PROMOTION OF OUR NO-COST SERVICES TO ADULTS WITH LOW LITERACY LEVELS.
2015-2016 FUNDING: $13,245
ADDITIONAL DESIGNATED FUNDS: $1,880.68

MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION OF THE SOUTHERN TIER
COMPEER YOUTH MENTORING PROGRAM - PROVIDES YOUTH AGES 5-17 WHO ARE AT-RISK FOR DEVELOPING SOCIAL, EMOTIONAL OR BEHAVIORAL ISSUES A ONE TO ONE MATCH WITH A TRAINED MENTOR TO INCREASE POSITIVE RELATIONSHIPS.
2015-2016 FUNDING: $33,145

COORDINATED CHILDREN’S SERVICE INITIATIVE, FOCUS PROGRAM - SUPPORTS FAMILIES WHOSE CHILDREN HAVE SPECIAL EMOTIONAL, BEHAVIORAL, AND MENTAL HEALTH NEEDS BY USING A STRENGTHS-BASED, INDIVIDUALIZED COMMUNITY CARE APPROACH.
2015-2016 FUNDING: $26,890

RURAL BEAR (BRINGING EQUAL ACCESS TO RESIDENTS) PROGRAM - PROVIDES CARE COORDINATION, SUPPORT AND TRANSPORTATION TO CHILDREN LIVING IN RURAL AREAS OF BROOME COUNTY TO ENSURE APPROPRIATE ACCESS TO MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES.
2015-2016 FUNDING: $12,000
ADDITIONAL DESIGNATED FUNDS: $5,381.27

MOTHERS AND BABIES PERINATAL NETWORK OF SCNY
PAL FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER - PAL IS A DROP-IN CENTER FOR FAMILIES W/ YOUNG CHILDREN. STAFF WORK W/ PARENTS TO IMPROVE PARENTING SKILLS, UNDERSTAND CHILD DEVELOPMENT, AND MENTOR INDIVIDUAL GOALS.
2015-2016 FUNDING: $26,000
ADDITIONAL DESIGNATED FUNDS: $4,654

MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS SOCIETY, UPSTATE NY CHAPTER
DESIGNATED FUNDS: $5,539

OPPORTUNITIES FOR BROOME
DESIGNATED FUNDS: $156

RISE (FORMERLY SOS SHELTER)
NON-RESIDENCY ADVOCACY - ASSISTING DOMESTIC VIOLENCE VICTIMS WITH SERVICES AND ASSISTANCE. THE ORGANIZATION OPERATES A 24-HOUR HOTLINE ALLOWING VICTIMS TO REACH US TO DISCUSS ISSUES AS WELL AS BE ACCEPTED INTO THE SHELTER.
2015-2016 FUNDING: $25,000

RESIDENTIAL EMERGENCY DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SHELTER - PROVISION OF SAFE SHELTER AND SERVICES TO VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND THEIR MINOR CHILDREN.
2015-2016 FUNDING: $45,000
ADDITIONAL DESIGNATED FUNDS: $4,930

SALVATION ARMY, BINGHAMTON CORPS
EMERGENCY FAMILY ASSISTANCE - PROVIDES HOT, PREPARED MEALS TO THOSE IN NEED.
2015-2016 FUNDING: $53,253
ADDITIONAL DESIGNATED FUNDS: $5,671.40

SOUTHERN TIER ALTERNATIVE THERAPIES (STAT)
STRIDES - STRIDES IS A SOCIAL-PRAGMATIC INTERVENTION THAT COMBINES RECREATION & EDUCATION TO TEACH NON-VERBAL CHILDREN HOW TO COMMUNICATE. THE PROJECT COMBINES HORSEBACK RIDING (EQUINE-ASSISTED THERAPY) AND SPEECH-GENERATING DEVICES (IPADS WITH CUSTOMIZED, AGE APPROPRIATE LANGUAGE APPS) TO TEACH AND TRAIN AUTISTIC CHILDREN, ALONGSIDE THEIR PARENTS, THE SKILLS OF SELF-EXPRESSION.
2015-2016 FUNDING: $1,500

PROMISE PROJECT - AN INTENSIVE 10-WEEK SUMMER PROGRAM FOR TROUBLED OR AT RISK TEENS. THE PROGRAM CONCENTRATES ON TWO EVIDENCE BASED TECHNIQUES: EAL (EQUINE-ASSISTED LEARNING) AND SEAN COVEY'S 7 HABITS FOR HIGHLY EFFECTIVE TEENS.
2015-2016 FUNDING: $12,970
ADDITIONAL DESIGNATED FUNDS: $1,258.40

WILSON CHILDREN’S CENTER (DEPOSIT COMMUNITY CENTER)
EARLY CHILD CARE PROGRAM - FULL DAY, YEAR ROUND CHILDCARE AND EARLY EDUCATION SERVICES FOR CHILDREN AGES 6 WEEKS TO 5 YEARS.
2015-2016 FUNDING: $46,000
ADDITIONAL DESIGNATED FUNDS: $578.20

YMCA OF BROOME COUNTY
THE Y CHILD CARE - A SAFE, STRUCTURED, CURRICULUM BASED PROGRAM FOR CHILDREN OF 6 WEEKS OF AGE THROUGH TO 5 YEARS.
2015-2016 FUNDING: $151,000

SCHOOL AGED CHILD CARE - QUALITY, CURRICULUM-BASED AFTER SCHOOL AND SNOW DAY CARE.
2015-2016 FUNDING: $50,020

SENIOR WELLNESS PROGRAM - ENCOMPASSES A HOLISTIC APPROACH TO HEALTH AND WELL-BEING FOR SENIORS, INCLUDING OVER 20 CLASSES PER WEEK DESIGNED SPECIFICALLY FOR SENIORS.
2015-2016 FUNDING: $15,000

YOUTH WELLNESS - A VARIETY OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY OPTIONS FOR ALL YOUTH, THAT TEACH NOT ONLY PHYSICAL SKILLS, BUT ALSO LIFE SKILLS.
2015-2016 FUNDING: $53,470
ADDITIONAL DESIGNATED FUNDS: $3,364.30

YWCA OF BINGHAMTON/BROOME COUNTY
YOUNG WONDERS EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER - YOUNG WONDERS IS A QUALITY EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER THAT PROVIDES CARE AND EDUCATION FOR CHILDREN 6 WEEKS TO 12 YEARS OF AGE.
2015-2016 FUNDING: $76,000
ADDITIONAL DESIGNATED FUNDS: $4,217.00