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An Abundance of Caring

Campaign for 2017 is in Full Swing

The United Way's fundraising campaign for 2017 is in full swing in Seneca County. The goal is to raise $370,000 in support of 23 charitable, non-profit organizations and community initiatives that meet a variety of needs in Seneca County. The theme for this year's campaign is "Neighbor Helping Neighbor." The mission of the United Way is to mobilize the caring power of our community to advance the common good by measurably improving lives. It supports initiatives, partners and programs that promote good health, life-long learning, and financial stability for individuals and families. Most recently, the United Way of Seneca County ...
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Strategic Plan 2016-2018

Strategic Plan [pdf] Introduction: The United Way of Seneca County (UWSC) has had a long and proud history of being a supporter of service providers in Seneca County. UWSC was founded in 1958 but at that time the agency was known as the United Fund. The organization’s purpose was to raise funds for other not for profits in a United effort and the agency primarily served northern Seneca County. Subsequently, the agency transitioned to the United Way of Seneca County. The name changed and the geographic scope of the agency was enlarged, but the primary mission of serving the community ...
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Change in Leadership at the United Way of Seneca County

On June 28, 2016 Karen Macier, Executive Director of the United Way of Seneca County, resigned her position and assumed the position of Executive Director of the United Way of Cayuga County. Macier, resident of Auburn, New York, stated this was a difficult decision for her given the wonderful relationships she had developed during her one year tenure at UWSC, but the opportunity to work and live in Auburn was too “strong of a pull” for her to refuse the position. Fortunately, Karen Beals, former long-time Executive Director of United Way of Seneca County, is served as the Interim Executive ...
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Quilt Raffle

  Quilt Flyer Through the thoughtfulness & generosity of two United Way supporters – Dick Laude & Marti McDannel, we’re hosting a quilt raffle. The quilt was made by Marti to honor Dick’s on-going kindness and good works. This beautiful piece measures 72 by 101 inches; it’s a long queen designed to cover the bed pillows eliminating the need for shams. It’s a Bargello pattern in batik fabrics and has an appraised value of more than $1,200. Tickets are being sold throughout the summer and are $5 for 1 or $20 for 5. They are available at the Seneca Museum ...
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