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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 give, you can advocate and you can volunteer. That’s what it means to LIVE UNITED.


This promotion will be January 23, 2018. Limit one glass per person per day. Number of businesses on each day subject to change. Visit Promotions Booth for complete details.

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Strategic Plan July 2016 – June 2018

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


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 had not changed. The mission continued to be assisting in supporting the provision of services to those in need.

In the late 1990s, UWSC began its evolution from being primarily a collector and distributor of funds to community agencies to being a community change agent. UWSC, in conjunction with partner agencies, local, and county governmental agencies, initiated and depending upon the programs, funded county-wide programs. The aforementioned programs included, but were not limited to county-wide after school programs, the rural transportation initiative, the Ovid Community Health Center, Partners for Children and the Seneca County Substance Abuse Coalition.

UWSC continues to partner and support local agencies and community initiatives that make Seneca County a better place to live and to work. The annual campaign enables such partners as the Cayuga/Seneca Community Action Agency, American Red Cross of the Finger Lakes and the Seneca County House of Concern to meet their ever-increasing service demands while allowing UWSC to remain an advocate for our local community, a convener of ideas and talents and, most importantly, a change agent.

Needs Statement

The UWSC Board realizes the county demographics and economic base have dramatically changed over the years and has chosen to refine its current Strategic Plan. Furthermore, the need for programs and services has grown necessitating the need for increased collaboration among partner agencies and the UWSC Board, diversified funding sources and a clearly defined vision for the service providers and the Seneca County community. The Strategic Plan is dynamic and is reviewed at least quarterly to reflect the ever-changing character of our community and UWSC’s role in Seneca County.


To mobilize the caring power of our community to advance the common good by measurably improving lives.


For Seneca County to be a vital caring community that supports the building blocks for a good life that encompasses a quality education, a stable income, and good health.


The six core values that provide the foundation on which UWSC bases it actions and decisions are: Integrity, Impact, Sustainability, Volunteerism, Inclusiveness and Catalytic Leadership.

Priority Areas:

  1. Facilitate positive change for Seneca County communities by being a convener and change agent through the encouragement of increased communication and collaboration.
  2. Align with UWW priority of community funding structured around program areas that include quality education, good health and stable income as well as aligning with funding priorities corresponding to the prioritization of current and future community needs with a positive impact.
  3. Maximize efficiency and productivity through reviewed and improved organization, operations and Board Development.
  4. Effectively develop resources for increased capacity and sustainability.


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2017 Taste of Spring

Sip & Savor Food, Wine & Craft Beers

2017 Taste of Spring Poster [PDF]

Thursday April 27, 2017
5:30 – 8:00pm
Holiday Inn Waterloo-Seneca Falls

Over 30 Vendors

Wine & Craft Beer Tastings
~ Food Samples

Raffles ~ Silent Auction ~ Door Prizes

Non-Alcoholic Beverages Available

Presale Price: $30 thru 4/24
$35 at the door
Please call the office regarding special rates
for groups of 10 or more!

For tickets or information, call United Way at 315-539-1135

Tickets On Sale Now!


Tickets Available at the Door!

This exclusive benefit includes wine & microbrew samples, food sampling from the region’s best eateries, a silent auction and door prizes.

All proceeds benefit the programs of the United Way of Seneca County and help provide opportunities for our neighbors to reach their full potential.

The generous support of local companies, the donations of the many vendors participating that evening and your participation will help make this event a true success.

All proceeds support the community work being done
by the United Way of Seneca County and its partners.

Must be 21 or Older to Attend



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April 2017 – Tolerance/Integrity Flyer

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