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2018 Annual Report

We are more than just fundraisers. We are the hand raisers. The game changers. The-stop-talking-start-doing-band-together-and-take-on-the-impossible-taskmasters. Here is our annual report for the calendar year of 2018: Annual Report Page 1 (.pdf) Annual Report Page 2 (.pdf) Annual Report Page 3 (.pdf) ...
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Annual Impact Report for 2017

Annual Impact Report for 2017

At the United Way of Seneca County, we strive to support members of every community in Seneca County from their first days to their last. Check out our Annual Impact Report for 2017 for an overview of all our programs and fundraising. 2017 Annual Report - FINAL Living UNITED means being a part of the change! ...
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Tasting Tuesdays @ del Lago

Tasting Tuesdays @ del Lago

Enjoy wine and beer tastings from over 20 local Finger Lake Region wineries and breweries. The first 2,000 guests will receive a del Lago tasting glass. Free to Massimo & Elite players, $5 for Premiere & Signature, and $10 for non-carded guests. All proceeds will benefit United Way of Seneca County. United Way of Seneca County is focused on education, income, and health —the building blocks for a good quality of life. We recruit people and organizations that bring the passion, expertise and resources needed to improve our community. We invite you to be part of the change. You can ...
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Strategic Plan July 2016 – June 2018

Strategic Plan July 2016 – June 2018 - rev 2017-05 [pdf] Introduction 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 ...
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