This year Money in Your Pocket will offer free virtual tax preparation services through the Touch-Free Taxes program. Low- to moderate-income individuals and families who made $57,000 or less in 2020 are eligible. Touch-Free Taxes can be done from the comfort of your home and connects you to a trained volunteer to complete your taxes at no cost!
News & Events
When four-year-old Ethan from Harrisburg was missing developmental milestones in his speech progression, his mother turned to Contact to Care, United Way of the Capital Region’s community pilot.
United Way of the Capital Region has announced its 2020 fundraising goal of $8.8 million to benefit the community during these unprecedented times of demand for services.
On Friday, September 11 community members dropped of supplies at one of three collection sites in Cumberland and Dauphin counties. More than 155 companies and community organizations participated and filled TWO school buses.
Thank you to everyone who joined us for our first Virtual Champions Summit on Tuesday, August 11. Viewers learned more about how United Way of the Capital Region has been working, even throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, to help all families in need become self-sufficient
The past few weeks have been incredibly challenging. A blinding spotlight is being shone on the tremendously difficult issues of race and equity across our country. For too long, inequity, violence and racism have been allowed to go unchecked, violating the lives of people of color.
United Way has awarded grants to nonprofit organizations that provide emergency basic needs services to people impacted by COVID-19.
We’ve received calls and emails from donors and volunteers asking how they can help, as well as messages from community members in need of services. Here is a compilation of resources and giving and volunteering opportunities to date.
When Tomas of Harrisburg could no longer tolerate his dental pain, he reached out for help.
Like many five-year-old children, Shane loves to play, read books and create science projects. But he finds transitions hard and struggles with PTSD and anxiety.