United Way of Blair County is partnering with Boy Scouts of America: Laurel Highlands Council in an effort to fill the local food pantries in time for the holidays...
Everyone deserves the opportunity to have a good life, which we define as having a quality education that leads to a stable job, enough income to support a family through retirement, and good health. Advancing the common good is less about helping one person at a time and more about changing systems to help all of us. United Ways identify and build on community strengths and assets, help individuals and groups with specific community interests find ways to contribute their time and talents, support direct-service programs and community-change efforts, and advocate public-policy changes.
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The Family Resource Center at the United Way of Blair County is proud to announce its sixth annual “Stuff the Bus” school supply campaign. School supplies collected will benefit students in Blair County school districts and early learningRead More
Judith Jodon Kimberlin was presented with the Presidential Volunteer Service Award for 2013 for her efforts at United Way of Blair County. Robin Beck, executive director, presented the lapel pins, certificate and letter from the President at theRead More
United Way of Blair County and FamilyWize Community Service Partnership, the nation's leading provider of free prescription drug discount cards, along with 1,000 other local United Ways today announced the milestone achievement of having helpedRead More