TOGETHER, WE'RE MAKING REAL DIFFERENCES IN BROOME COUNTY LIVES EVERY DAY
Through your generosity, United Way continues to be one of the largest non-governmental funders of health and human service programs in Broome County. 100% of your investment goes directly into community projects and programs.
By leveraging dollars and other resources with businesses, non-profits, and foundations, United Way of Broome County is able to partner with you to advocate for the betterment of our community. You can inspire others to step up and make a difference.
One out of every five residents in Broome and Tioga Counties suffers from a literacy issue that negatively impacts their lives. The ability to read. A skill that many of us don't think twice about as we complete daily tasks, like sending a text message or reading the...
It’s that time of the year again! Despite the changes our society has seen in the past few months, tax season is one annual event that will continue, unbothered. So, what does that mean for people in our community? Services are available to those who need them. United...
This past year has looked different for more reasons than one due to the coronavirus. At the Lee Barta Community Center, our Healthy Lifestyles Coalition team did not give up on the community we serve. Our team persevered safely through all odds to ensure the...
Emerging Leaders Society
Join the next generation of emerging leaders! United Way of Broome County’s Emerging Leaders Society is a dynamic group of individuals all about making connections – with a purpose. With the Emerging Leaders Society, you’ll have opportunities to give back to Broome County at events, gatherings, and more, while meeting other ambitious and passionate young professionals.
Funded Community Partners
Through various non-profit funding opportunities within United Way of Broome County, including the Basic Needs and Strategic Priorities Grant Program, the Capacity Building Grant Program, and the Healthy Lifestyles Coalition (HLC) Grant Program, over $1.9M in funds, raised through the 2018-2019 Annual Community Campaign and United Way of Broome County resources, were approved by community volunteers to assist 38 local non-profit organizations with 72 projects and programs.
Our Community Commitment Plan
Our new Community Commitment Plan builds on a solid foundation laid over the past century and confirms our commitment to do more. It provides clarity of focus about our priorities and a renewed sense of purpose in how we approach our work.
Community projects and programs were funded throughout 2019-2020