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United Way of Broome County is enhancing quality of life in the community by revitalizing collaboration, inspiring giving, and unifying efforts and resources to drive social change through health, education, and financial stability.
Capacity Building Grant Program
The Capacity Building Grant Program provides funding to support and strengthen local not-for-profit agencies through capacity building and capital projects.
Emerging Leaders Society
Join the next generation of Emerging Leaders!
Community Conversations Series
Be part of United Way of Broome County’s Community Conversations Series to share thoughts and ideas about our community’s strengths and what you see for the future.
Volunteer with us
Get Involved, Make a Difference.
Commitment to DEI
United Way of Broome County fights for the greater opportunity for all
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance
The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program provides free tax help to low and moderate-income individuals and families. Assistance in tax preparation can be done for free with the help of reliable tax professionals.
Our community partners reach thousands of residents every year, and continue to provide lasting impact.
On MLK Day, Do One Good Deed
“Everybody can be great, because anybody can serve. You don’t have to have a college degree to serve. You don’t have to make your subject and verb agree to serve. You only need a heart full of grace. A soul generated by love.” -Martin Luther King, Jr.,...
Modern Communication: How Our Local 211 Has Responded
The United Way of Broome County’s 211 Susquehanna River Region Information and Referral Contact Center is a lifeline for the community. 211 Susquehanna River Region is an accredited service that was designed as a one-stop-shop for individuals in Broome, Chenango,...
Day of Action 2022: Results and Opportunities
Held mainly on Friday, June 3, and Friday, June 4, Day of Action harnessed the time and talents of many in our community. To be exact, 126 volunteers gathered at 16 projects in our community. In total, 450 hours were volunteered, valued at $15,565*! United Way of...
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