Tri-County United Way and Kiwanis Club of Glens Falls presents Youth and Education Golf Tournament and $10,000 Putt for Cash.
October 4, 2021, shotgun start at 11:30 a.m. at Cronin’s.
TRI-COUNTY UNITED WAY ANNOUNCES 2020 ANNUAL AWARDS
Volunteer of the Year – Grace Deyette.
See all our award winners here.
Your Donation Supports Your Community
When you GIVE to Tri-County United Way, your gift supports your neighbors and strengthens our community – and that benefits all of us who call this area home!
A $5 Contribution per week can provide 260 rides on public transportation to get someone to work, to school, a job interview, a doctor’s appointment or to the local DSS office.
A $5 Contribution per week will cover the cost of a day of workshops and trainings on elder abuse for professionals addressing the nature and dynamics of domestic violence and information on how to assist connecting a victim with a services.
A $5 Contribution per week to Nearcare provides 11 hours of respite to a caregiver, or 11 hours of companionship or transportation to the patient, or diversion for a child with an ill parent.
A Contribution of $10 per week can provide emergency medication payments for people who may be underinsured, have lapse in coverage, or cannot afford the co-pay. Medications covered are life saving or life sustaining situations or certain emergency cases.
A Contribution of $10 per week will provide transportation for 25 elder abuse victims to court proceedings to secure and Order of Protection.
A Contribution of $25 per week can provide emergency housing for families with children.
News & Events
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