Where does United Way money go?

United Way allocations

Poverty issues of housing and hunger – $76,080.

• Earned Income Tax Credit, Chenango County EITC Partnership – $5,000.

• Transitional Housing provided by the CUW – $19,600.

• Supplemental Security Income provided by Opportunities for Chenango – $17,730.

• Roots and Wings provided by Catholic Charities – $20,000.

• Disaster Services provided by the American Red Cross – $13,750.



Opportunities for children and youth – $187,925.

• Big Brother / Big Sister Program provided by The Place – $21,700.

• Norwich PAL Center provided by Mothers and Babies Perinatal Network – $21,000.

• Counseling Program provided by Catholic Charities – $28,000.

• STAR, Literacy Volunteers of America provided by the Norwich Family YMCA – $15,400.

• Behavior Management Through Adventure provided by Children’s Home RTF – $20,000.

• Teen Development provided by The Place – $9,000.

• Peacemaker / Dispute Resolution provided by Catholic Charities of Delaware and Otsego – $6,750.

• Oxford After School Program provided by the Oxford Youth Center – $3,150.

Access to healthcare –$28,000.

• Reaching Out provided by Planned Parenthood – $28,000.

The aging population – $24,500.

• Retired and Senior Volunteer Program provided by Opportunities for Chenango – $24,500.

Discretionary funding – $12,943.

• Crime Victims Program provided by Catholic Charities – $9,945.

• Adult Tutoring, Literacy Volunteers of America provided by Opportunities for Chenango – $2,998.

Donor Designations – $2,306.88

• Boy Scouts – $1,702.88

• Headwaters Youth Conservation Corps. provided by The Place – $604.

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