The streets of Downtown Williamsport filled with cars and Holiday cheer
Sullivan County, Pa. - The Lycoming County United Way (LCUW) was the recipient of just under $26,000 from Procter & Gamble and its employees and retirees.
Allentown, PA - PPL employees, retirees, and the corporation as a whole pledged a record over $4.5 million during the company's annual United Way campaign.
Williamsport, PA. - Earlier this year, the Lycoming County United Way (LCUW) was a recipient of 500 masks from the United Wy of North Central Mass (UWNCM), and on December 3, LCUW receives a second shipment of 1,500 masks.
Williamsport, PA. - The Lycoming County United Way received an initial 500 masks, and a second shipment of 1,500 masks, compliments of the United Way of North Central Mass (UWNCM).
President Ron Frick Shares the Impact Your Giving Tuesday Gift Can Have on the Community
Giving Tuesday is not only a chance to support the Lycoming County United Way, but this year it is also a way to give back to the community by supporting local restaurants.
November is Homelessness Awareness Month and the Lycoming County United Way and their Community Partners have Several Programs on Deck to Support Those Who May Be Facing Challenges.
Health-care access, educational inequities, and racial disparities are issues that are not new to the United States, but COVID-19 has certainly brought new attention to these issues and others and forced the nonprofit community to speak out and advocate for systematic change.
Lycoming County United Way is sub-recipient of grant from Land O' Lakes Foundation to United Way of Pennsylvania.
Ron Frick talks about good news in our community.
New Partnership with Curtin Intermediate School to Help Community.
November is Homelessness Awareness Month and the Lycoming County United Way and community partners are working together in meaningful ways to put a human face to homelessness in our community
WILLIAMSPORT - Thirty-two nonprofit organizations in Northumberland County will receive a combined $177,359 from the second wave of COVID-19 United Community Funds, which are meant to ensure that nonprofits have the support they need to provide services during the pandemic.