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October 4th SUNY Oswego United Way Walkathon
The Annual 5K Walkathon for United Way will be held on Saturday, October 4th. Registration begins at noon, walk starts at 1 pm. $5 donation includes free t-shirt for first 150 people, snacks and prizes from local businesses. Registration and walk start at the Quad outside Lanigan Hall. Sponsored by Auxiliary Services and VEGA. Professor Laura Brown leads the event. Persons with disabilities needing accomodations to attend this event should contact her in advance at 315-342-3470. Poster...


October 23rd Oswego County Youth Program Forum
Representatives from a number of Oswego County’s human services agencies will host an Oswego County Youth Program Forum on October 23 at the SUNY Oswego Phoenix Extension Site. Sign-in begins at 8:30 a.m. with the program starting promptly at 9:00 a.m. For more info contact United Way 593-1900. Read more...
September 10th Campaign Kickoff
The 2015 Campaign Kick-off was held at the American Foundry in Oswego on September 10th. The goal for this year's campaign is "Positive Community Impact" focused on three areas: Ending hunger, helping children and youth succeed, and improving health & well-being. Speakers included Michael Curtis Investigator with the Fulton City Police Dept. and advocate for Catholic Charities CYO and also Jeanne Unger of Farnham Family Services Prevention and Treatment programs. Workplace campaigns begin now. For more information please call 593-1900 or email loisunitedway@windstream.net Read more... Oswego County Today coverage...
27 Programs Approved for 2015 "Community Fund"
United Way recently completed its community investment process and Executive Director, Melanie Trexler has announced that the United Way "Community Fund" for 2015 will support 27 Oswego County human service programs. United Way’s Community Investment process involves five panels of community volunteers that, based on the principles and polices of United Way, objectively study and review agency programs to ensure that there will be an effective and well-balanced array of community services available in Oswego County.
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