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Wednesday, February 6, 2019
Thank you to all the individuals and organizations who donated to the 2018-2019 Campaign, "United, We Build Our Future." On Thursday, January 31. 2019, at the clubhouse at Alden Place, United Way of Lebanon County held our annual Campaign Celebration where the Campaign Chair, Kristen Watts of Fulton Bank, announced that a total of $1,701,657 was raised during the 2018-2019 campaign. The evening began with a warm welcome from the event’s emcee,...
Monday, December 3, 2018
On Thursday, November 29 members of our community gathered at the Lebanon Country Club for United Way of Lebanon County’s mid-campaign leadership report meeting. United Way’s 2018-2019 Campaign Chair, Kristen Watts, SVP of Fulton Bank, welcomed community leaders and shared progress on the annual campaign. To date, United Way has raised $852,350, approximately 50% of the goal of $1,750,125. Significant increases in participation and dollars...
Wednesday, October 10, 2018
By the Way... Our 2018-2019 Campaign is Underway. 1,800 First Graders Have Received Success Kits. We Stuffed the Bus to Help Students in Our Community. 2019 Funding Opportunities Focus on Collaboration. Volunteer Lebanon Connects Nonprofits with Volunteers. United, We Build Our Future. (a message from our 2018-2019 campaign chair) 2018-2019 United Way Campaign Kicks Off: United, We Build Our Future The theme of our annual campaign for 2018-2019...
Friday, April 27, 2018
Last Saturday, April 21, more than 1,100 volunteers joined efforts at nearly 80 project sites around Lebanon County for United Way of Lebanon County’s 22nd annual Day of Caring volunteer event – the largest one-day volunteer event in Lebanon County. Lebanon County residents came together to work on projects such as beautification, trash clean-up, and painting at various locations around the county.   Then, after the service projects, families...
Wednesday, April 18, 2018
United Way of Lebanon County is pleased to announce the opening of Lebanon’s first Born Learning Trail, which will be unveiled at a ribbon cutting at 11:30am this Saturday, April 21.   The Born Learning Trail is a series of 10 interactive signs that encourage active and fun early learning and engagement opportunities for young children and their families. Based on the latest early childhood research and approved by national early learning...