United We Fight,
United We Win

United Way fights for the health, education, and financial stability of every person in Broome County. For 100 years, United Way of Broome County has improved conditions in the community to help our friends and neighbors lead more successful lives. Our mission is to drive change that will have positive impact on the critical needs of our community by strategically leveraging the collective resources of community partners.


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 donation 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.


Put your time and talent to work. There is power and impact in working together, United as a community. With numerous volunteer opportunities available, we will make a lasting change. United Way volunteers are making a difference in the lives of community members in need.

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The Impact of a Donation

United Way of Broome County began as the Binghamton United Relief Organization, which formed to coordinate fundraising activities among local health and human service organizations. Now, more than 100 years later, the organization continues to rely on the kindness and...

Anti-Poverty Work and the Binghamton-Broome Anti-Poverty Initiative

Did you know United Way of Broome County works to reduce poverty in our community?The Binghamton-Broome Anti-Poverty Initiative (BBAPI) is a community-driven effort to break the cycle of poverty in Broome County. Aligning with the 12th Proposal of Governor...

2-1-1: We Answer the Call

Crisis doesn’t adhere to a convenient schedule. That’s why our 2-1-1 helpline is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year to help people in need access local resources like food, shelter, utility assistance and more. Let’s start with Susan, a recent...

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Awarded for community priorities grant program 2017-2018

Community projects and programs were funded throughout 2017-2018

Volunteers are expected to participate in the 2018 day of caring