More than 900 volunteers helped kick off United Way of the Capital Region’s 2022 campaign on September 9 by participating in the 30th annual Day of Caring.
United Way has raised $8,940,503 to benefit the community. The announcement was made during our 100th Anniversary Community Celebration Event on May 4 at FNB Park on City Island.
United Way of the Capital Region once again transformed its annual Day of Caring into a Stuff the Bus event to collect school and health supplies for local children.
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.
Latia of Steelton always wanted to be a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA), but life got in the way. When she learned about the Road to Success initiative she decided it was time to take action in her life.
See the latest information on our COVID-19 response including a compilation of resources and the distribution of our response and recovery fund grants.
United Way of the Capital Region has raised $8,737,931 of its $8.8 million annual campaign goal to benefit the community.
United Way has awarded grants to nonprofit organizations that provide emergency basic needs services to people impacted by COVID-19.
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.