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Our Focus

Providing Services

Providing Services

To improve lives and change community conditions through strategic and impactful services. 

Through Education

Through Education

To assist children in entering school ready to learn, engage in positive behavior and strive for academic achievement.

Through Encouragement

Through Encouragement

To encourage behaviors that will lead to a healthier lifestyle.

Making A Difference

Making A Difference

To make a lasting difference on the financial stability of individuals and families. 

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What is United Way of Greater Niagara?

Our Mission: To invest in programs that focus on Education, Health & Income that deliver measurable results to improve our community today and strengthen it for tomorrow.

Our Vision: Greater Niagara is a vibrant region where all individuals and families achieve their potential through education, income stability and healthy lives.

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Upcoming Events
The next Community Care Fund Applications will be available Spring of 2019. For more information please contact us at 716-731-4580, thank you.
Women United at 80 Main

Women United at 80 Main

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Join Women United at 80 Main Banquet & Catering for book release featuring Amy Moritz.

Go for the Goal 2018

Go for the Goal 2018

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Go for the Goal 2018 will take place at The NY Beer project on Thursday October 18th from 5:00 to 8:00 pm. More details to come …

4th Annual Boo Bash Event

4th Annual Boo Bash Event

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Join us for the 4th Annual Boo Bash at Fashion Outlets of Niagara Falls. This is a super fun and spooky night where thousands of children from WNY gather to trick or treat with dozens of vendors. All proceeds benefit United Way of Greater Niagara!

SAVE THE DATE - #GivingTuesday

SAVE THE DATE - #GivingTuesday

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A global movement that connects individuals, communities and organizations around the world to celebrate and encourage giving! Help us raise money to give back in this years #GivingTuesday

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How Can You Help?

Sign Up and become a volunteer for the United Way of Greater Niagara!

We are always in need for new people for volunteering in our events. Without the volunteers we already have, we would never be able to coordinate events like; Day of Caring and Make a Difference Day!

 

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Coin Banks

An easy and great way to support United Way is by providing coin banks for your customers to fill up with their extra change! Please contact us if you would like to place one of the coin banks at your business.

Please call us at 716-731-4580 or e-mail us at info@uwgn.org


Year Round Drives

Our year round drives are currently accepting donations. Please review the links below for information on each drive.

What People Say

  • "My name is Lydia* and I am a survivor of domestic violence. I lived in a domestic violence situation for 17 years. I did not think there would ever be any hope for me, or that I would ever make it out alive. With the help of the few strong amazing women in my life who believed in me. They linked me with Family and Children Services of Niagara’s domestic violence shelter Passage House. If you think that there is no hope, I am here to tell you there is a way out. Once for so long I was silent and now I am ready to speak."

    Family and Children’s Passage House
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  • "My name is Kimberly, I am 42 years old. I am the mother of 5 beautiful children, and have been blessed with one grandchild. Carolyn’s House has a supportive housing program for homeless women and children run by the YWCA of the Niagara Frontier. After completing my stay at the halfway house, I had nowhere to go. I am proof that it is NEVER too late and you can always make the right change."

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  • "Literacy New York Buffalo-Niagara has been fortunate to have a family of dedicated volunteer tutors for the past 50 years, including volunteers like Chuck Curran. Chuck is an avid reader and active volunteer for a variety of community agencies. After retiring from a career in government social work, he joined LNYBN in 2013 and has been tutoring Constance Lansberry at the Niagara Falls Main Library ever since. "

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