• Watch to learn how United Way is incorporating literacy and greater access to books for local kids into the 21st Annual Day of Caring volunteer day

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CALLING NON-PROFITS: United Way wants to assign volunteers to YOUR projects during the 21st annual Day of Caring on Saturday, April 22, 2017! Submit as many projects as desired by February 28, by logging on to www.unitedwaylebco.org and clicking on "Day of Caring - Submit a Project" under the "Volunteer" tab. ... See MoreSee Less

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Since January 1, over 100 people have called 2-1-1 in Lebanon County looking for help. Thank you to the incredible staff of trained specialists who provide answers and hope in every call. #211Day ... See MoreSee Less

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2-1-1 is only three numbers, but we can connect you to countless services. Real people and real help is just a phone call away. #211Day ... See MoreSee Less

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United Way of Lebanon County is the community leader among non-profit organizations.  While traditionally viewed as a fundraising organization, today, United Way is developing community-wide strategies for long-term solutions to needs and investing resources to achieve the greatest possible impact.




United Way recruits businesses and stakeholders across the community to collectively solve community needs.  Our focus is to strengthen our community and the lives of children adults and families through the strategic investment of resources in the areas of Health, Education, Financial Stability.


To learn how United Way plans to help local kids succeed, local families be happy and healthy, and to meet the urgent and most basic needs of the Lebanon community, click below.


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2017 Day of Caring 

Saturday, April 22, 2017

  • Volunteer work from 9 am – noon
  • breakfast at Lebanon High School from 7:45 – 9 am