Help make a difference in your neighborhood.
Your contribution helps the United Way of Sullivan County fund programs and services that help people in your local community all year long.
United Way celebrates
Jerry and Rosemary Skoda
June 1, 2014
Champagne Brunch at
Bernies in Rock Hill
Save the date:
The BRC Golf Tournament
August 15th 2014
Tarry Brae and Homestead!!
Mobilizing the Caring Power of Communities:
United Way brings communities together to focus on the most important human needs – building partnerships, forging consensuses and leveraging resources to make a measurable difference.
To mobilize the caring power of our community through participation in fundraising, volunteerism, advocacy, education and partnerships for the purpose of improving lives and building a strong and vital Sullivan County. United Way of Sullivan County depends on the kindness and generosity of local businesses and individuals to carry out its mission. Although United Way of Sullivan County is a member of United Way of America, we operate as a private not-for-profit agency and receive no financial support from our national organization or the government. The people who count on us are counting on you!
United Way of Sullivan County is initiating Community Impact Projects that target some of our toughest problems right here in Sullivan County. It’s our way of making permanent and measurable changes in our community that will have a positive impact on the lives of our residents. For grant applications click here. Community Impact Info and Applications
To contribute please click and give here
Upcoming Events and Projects
|Enjoy this day trip with advanced group reservations to the 9/11 Memorial and a chance to
experience New York City from the water as you glide by on a Circle Line Harbor Cruise.
|The all new BRC August 15, 2014|| MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR THE ALL NEW BOB ROSEN CLASSIC AUGUST 15th
Bus trip to
|May Food Drive: United Way of Sullivan County will again join with the National Association of Letter Carriers to help “Stamp Out Hunger.”||
Collections will take place the week leading up to May 11. Food may be dropped off at your local post office or left in plastic bags at your home delivery box.
2-1-1 Information System
Dialing the three numbers 2-1-1 will allow residents of Sullivan County to receive needed information from one location.
Project Care provides happiness and hope to disadvantaged children who might otherwise be overlooked at the holiday season. Give a toy and give a child recognition, confidence and a positive memory for a lifetime.
United Way of Sullivan County • 33 Lakewood Ave • PO Box 1036 • Monticello, NY 12701-2020 • Hours M-F, 9-5
Tel: 845-794-1771 • Fax: 845-791-4205 • firstname.lastname@example.org
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