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Funded Programs

United Way is making real, lasting, positive impact by creating opportunities for a better life for all in the Valley and Greater Utica area. Our focus is on the building blocks for a good quality of life. That is why we wisely invest donor dollars in local programs that provide services in the areas of health, education, financial stability and basic needs.
For the 2017–2019 funding cycle, United Way will support 49 local community service programs provided by 34 non-profits, and 4 United Way initiatives in Herkimer and Oneida Counties. The programs listed here represent some of the people and organizations who bring the passion, expertise, and resources needed to get things done. Together, we address the key issues that destabilize our community. We are extremely proud of the work being done which wouldn’t be possible without our generous donors and volunteers.
2017–2019 Funded Partners:
ACR Health
American Red Cross
Boys & Girls Club of Mohawk Valley
Catholic Charities Oneida Madison Counties
Catholic Charities of Herkimer County
Center for Family Life and Recovery
Compassion Coalition
Country Pantry
Food Bank of Central New York
Foothills Rural Community Ministries
Hope House
John Bosco House
Johnson Park Center
Kids Oneida
Legal Aid Society of Mid-New York
MAMI Interpreters
Mohawk Valley Community Action Agency
Mohawk Valley Resource Center for Refugees
Mohawk Valley Safe Schools
Municipal Housing Authority-Utica
Neighborhood Center
On Point for College- Utica
Parkway Center
Peacemaker Program
Resource Center for Independent Living
Richfield Springs Community Center
Salvation Army of Herkimer County
Salvation Army of Utica
The House of the Good Shepherd
Thea Bowman House
Central New York Veteran's Outreach Center Veteran's
Women’s Employment & Resource Center
YMCA Mohawk Valley