More than 1,000 volunteers helped kick off United Way of the Capital Region’s 2023 campaign on September 8 by participating in the 31st annual Day of Caring.
Volunteers are needed to offer free tax preparation to help working families receive the federal and state tax credits they are eligible for. The service is offered through the Money in Your Pocket (MIYP) program.
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United Way recently presented the “Best Of” awards to several campaign coordinators/teams that ran creative and outstanding campaigns at their companies.
During United Way of the Capital Region's recent Celebration Reception, we announced that we raised $8,879,069 to benefit our community!
For the past several years, Davaté of Harrisburg has relied on the Money in Your Pocket program at Tri County Community Action to have her taxes prepared.
More than 200 local high school students recently volunteered as part of United Way of the Capital Region’s 19th Annual Youth Day of Caring. Volunteers completed painting, clean-up and landscaping projects throughout Harrisburg City Island to prepare the park for the spring season.
As a working mom, Jacolla struggled to find quality, affordable child care. See how United Way helped her secure care so she could reach her career goals and support her family.
A year ago Kim was homeless. See how our Road to Success initiative helped her find a job, connected her to child care and ultimately, put her on the path to independence.
As part of this year’s Day of Caring, United Way held a “Stuff the Bus” signature project to collect health and school supplies for local children.