The Greater Susquehanna Valley United Way works with a diversity of partners across the Susquehanna Valley community to accomplish its mission.
scroll for more information on our 32
funded partners for the 2019-20 year:
17th judicial district
The mission of the 17th Judicial District Drug Treatment Court is to reduce recidivism by facilitating treatment and rehabilitation and to provide increased supervision to criminal substance abusers, as opposed to simply warehousing them. The goal is to return clean and sober individuals to the community with an improved quality of life who are better equipped to maintain their sobriety, thereby having a positive impact on and improving the community as a whole.
american Red Cross
The American Red Cross Greater Pennsylvania Region prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors. We strive to help people prepare for, respond to, and recover from disasters both big and small. Each year we provide assistance following more than 2,200 area disasters.
The arc - susquehanna valley
The ARC is committed to promoting awareness, opportunities, quality programs, and advocacy for people with intellectual disabilities and their families. The Arc also advocates for people without the label of intellectual/developmental disability but who, at times, will need similar supports and services in order to be productive and independent as possible.
Avenues is a human service organization committed to providing quality services that enhance the lives of individuals with developmental and/or acquired disabilities.
Boy Scouts of america
The Susquehanna Council, Boy Scouts of America, serves more than 2,100 youth through the leadership of 1,000 adult volunteers. Scouting provides programs to youth in five counties in Central Pennsylvania – Clinton, Lycoming, Northumberland, Snyder, and Union. The mission of the Boy Scouts of America is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law.
Susquehanna Valley CASA is a free-standing 501-3C, Non-Profit organization that specially trains citizen volunteers to become the voice of the child who cannot advocate for themselves, who finds himself/herself in the court system through no fault of his/her own. We support and promote court-appointed volunteer advocacy so that every abused or neglected child can be safe, establish permanence and have the opportunity to thrive.
CENTRAL SUSQUEHANNA OPPORTUNITIES
Central Susquehanna Opportunities serves as a catalyst for economic, educational, social and workforce development. As a community-based organization, we facilitate connections between neighbors, organizations, government, businesses, community groups, and congregations to create positive, sustainable changes that make the quality of life better for everyone.
CENTRAL SUSQUEHANNA sight services
The mission of CSSS is to provide services to people who are blind or visually impaired and to provide prevention of blindness services through vision screenings and public education.
CENTRAL susquehanna valley mediation center
The mission of the Mediation Center is to support constructive responses to conflict in the Susquehanna Valley through mediation, facilitation, training and education. We work with a diversity of community groups including area schools, youth groups, and offer workshops for local organizations.
Concerned citizens for childcare, inc
Concerned Citizens Day Care is here to offer your children the care, comfort, fun and safety they deserve. For parents, the peace of mind knowing that your child is in the best of hands. Each day promises an exciting new adventure, and we make sure each child experiences the joys of a truly caring environment.
degenstein community library
The Degenstein Community Library creates a community offering abundant resources for information, enrichment and enjoyment, where reading is valued and learning never ends. From its inception, the library has evolved and grown to meet the changing needs of the community and to utilize and offer new formats and technologies.
donald heiter community center
Our welcoming facilities and innovative programs, coupled with a broad volunteer base and financial support from community members have allowed us to grow and provide programs with benefits that will be enjoyed for years to come. Serving Lewisburg, Mifflinburg, West Milton, Milton, Winfield, Selinsgrove, and surrounding communities.
girls on the run
The mission of Girls on the Run is to inspire girls to be joyful, healthy and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum that creatively integrates running. We envision a world where every girl knows and activates her limitless potential and is free to boldly pursue her dreams.
grace covenant community church
G3C's purpose is to help people experience God daily, live life connected with one another, grow in their walks with Christ and equip a generation to go be the hands and feet of Jesus. All of this we do in order to equip a generation to GO—to be the hands and feet of Jesus as we together reach a lost world with the reality of God’s love.
Lewisburg children’s museum
Lewisburg Children’s Museum (LCM) provides hands-on, enriching educational experiences in a safe, accessible environment. LCM is committed to providing opportunities for learning, imagination, and play. Conveniently located in the heart of Lewisburg, families can come to play and interact with members of the community.
lewisburg listening post
The Lewisburg Listening Post is a school-based group mentoring service dedicated to offering an encouraging, strong, and positive social support system to all students where they may speak freely about their personal concerns with professionally supported, trained, and caring Bucknell University Near-Peer Mentors who serve as positive role models, social counselors, and responsible confidantes.
manna for the many
Manna for the Many is a food pantry to help those in need of food in the Shamokin/Coal Township Area. We pride ourselves in creating a space for the community where all are welcome and feel encouraged to support one another.
meals on wheels - selinsgrove & csv interfaith
Meals on Wheels is a non-profit organization formed with the goal of delivering hot, nutritious meals five days a week to persons who are unable or find it difficult, for a variety of reasons, to prepare meals for themselves. Our caring volunteers also provide a daily contact and ongoing friendship for those we serve.
middlecreek area community center
The mission of the Middlecreek Area Community Center (MACC) is to provide a wholesome environment with leadership that fosters unity, social and emotional stability, high moral standards, and physical fitness through friendly competition and good fun, without regard to age, sex, race, color, creed, national origin, religious belief, or financial ability.
milton public library
The mission of the Milton Public Library is to be a vital resource to the community by providing practical access to materials in varied formats, as well as services and programs of popular interest.
Montgomery House Warrior Run Area Public Library
We strive to be an area community activity and resource center and a gateway to lifelong learning, which meets the informational, educational, recreational, social, and cultural needs of the community. Our mission is to enrich lives with service that connect people and information.
priestly-forsyth memorial library
The mission of the Priestley-Forsyth Memorial Library is to provide quality materials and services which promote life-long learning and fulfill informational, educational, cultural, and recreational needs of a diverse community in an atmosphere that is welcoming and respectful.
Regional Engagement Center
We offer a wide variety of educational, recreational and service-based programs like our after-school Drop-In program, the Teen Leadership Club, the Mentoring Program, the Teen Business Innovation Zone and the Summer Camp. Our mission is to inspire ideas, enrich lives and engage all generations in educational, recreational and charitable activities.
shamokin coal township public library
The mission of the Shamokin Coal Township Public Library is to provide free, equal and confidential access to materials, information and services in a wide variety of formats to meet the educational, recreational, cultural and social needs of our community and to support lifelong learning.
snyder county libraries
Snyder County Libraries, located in central Pennsylvania, serves the residents of Snyder County with headquarters in Selinsgrove; branches in Beavertown, McClure, and Middleburg.
SUMMIT early learning
It is the philosophy of SUMMIT Early Learning that the primary purpose of early childhood education is to develop each child’s innate love of learning and discovery. Our play-based, child-centered program reflects the integration of physical, cognitive, social, emotional, language, self-sufficiency, and artistic areas of instruction to foster growth in all areas of development. All of these elements are used to introduce the basic concepts, skills and behaviors that help a child get ready for kindergarten.
The mission of Suncom Industries is to promote socialization and provide vocational assessment, training and employment opportunities to enable persons with disabilities to fulfill their greatest potential within the community.
THE IMPROVED MILTON EXPERIENCE (t.i.m.e.)
T.I.M.E's purpose is to enact positive changes in the downtown business district by promoting and sustaining local economic vitality through support and encouragement of cooperation between Milton businesses, groups and organizations, raising awareness of and encouraging preservation of Milton's historical architecture, and creating an inviting and vibrant profile of community sponsored and supported events and programs.
UNION COUNTY LIBRARY SYSTEM
The Public Library for Union County offers free, public access to all of its resources. The library’s collections and services are developed and maintained for the education, intellectual stimulation, and pleasure of all residents of the community. Library materials and programs reflect a commitment to enriching and to enhancing the lives of all patrons.
UNION-snyder COmmunity action agency
The mission of Union-Snyder CAA is to reduce poverty in Union and Snyder Counties through self-sufficiency initiatives in collaboration with our community partners. We envision a future where all residents of Union and Snyder Counties have equal opportunity to reach their full social, civic, and economic potential.
western union county youth center
The Western Union County Youth Center is a non-profit community organization providing programs and activities for children ages 5 - 20. The Youth Center is managed by adult volunteers and adult chaperons, and is a safe meeting place for youth to drop in and participate in positive social, recreational, educational, and community service activities.
YMCA - Greater susquehanna valley
We are committed to strengthening the foundation of communities through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. The Y nurtures the potential of every child and teen, improves the nation’s health and well-being, and provides opportunities to give back and support our neighbors.