Binghamton United Relief Organization forms to coordinate fundraising activities among local health and human service organizations.
Binghamton United Relief Organization becomes Character Chest. Members include Boys Club, Boy Scouts, YMCA & YWCA.
Catholic Charities becomes a member of the Character Chest.
Character Chest becomes Community Chest at 63 Court St. Day Nurseries, Girls Club & Inter-Racial Assoc. become members.
American Civic Assoc. and Family & Children’s Service Society are added to membership.
Offices move to 32 Henry St. in early 50’s. Community Chests from area combine together to form Broome County United Fund.
A new facility, Broome United Community Services Center opens on Vestal Pkwy at 101 S Jensen Rd. Later becoming the United Fund.
The United Fund & Social Planning Council merge and the new name United Way of Broome County is adopted.
Day of Caring, a day of service dedicated to those who lost their lives during the terrorist attack on September 11, 2001 and to honor the many heroes that evolved from the aftermath of that day, is conceived.
United Way begins planning for the Community Impact Transition.
First Call For Help becomes the Susquehanna River Region 2-1-1 Information and Referal Center on 2/11/2011
2016 - 2017
Community Impact Transition begins.
United Way of Broome County celebrates 100 years of philanthropic giving in Broome County.
211 Susquehanna River Region Information & Referral Contact Center is among a select group of organizations to be accredited by the Alliance of Information and Referral Systems (AIRS), in recognition of the quality of information and referral services it provides to the Broome, Chenango, Delaware, Otsego, and Tioga County communities.