COVID-19 Resources

The rapid spread of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, is showing critical areas of need for our economy, health care system, and education capacity during a national crisis. Tri-County United Way is focused on the needs in our local community and  providing critical, immediate assistance to ensure long-term recovery in Warren, Washington & Northern Saratoga counties.

The Tri-County United Way 211 Health and Human Services Crisis line provides the following guidance in assessing your eligibility and securing a COVID-19 vaccine appointment.

All appointments must be made online.  Go to:

The New York COVID19 hotline is 833.697.4829

In the interest of providing our community with easily accessible information about the COVID-19 Vaccine, we are sharing a community education video created by the Glens Falls Hospital here.   We encourage you to watch this short video for a comprehensive overview of the COVID-19 vaccine along with some important facts you should be aware of.  Please share the video!

Nonprofit agencies interested in applying for emergency funding. Learn about our COVID-19 grant process and submit an application here.

Donate to United Way – help your neighbors deal with the COVID-19 pandemic impact on their lives and livelihoods by contributing today!

Need Help? Find Resources

Food Pantries

There are over 40 local food pantries in the Tri-County area. To find one in your neighborhood, go to the Warren County COVID website to view a map of the local food pantries.

  • Make an in-kind donation.  Most requested items at our local food pantries:
    • personal care products
    • pet food
    • tissues
    • paper towels
    • microwavable meals
    • cleaning products


Donate your time or your skills in a safe way.  Delivery of meals to home-bound seniors, making face masks or just a friendly phone call or card to an isolated  neighbor.  To see more volunteer ideas and opportunities, go to Volunteer Connection

“Never worry about numbers.  Help one person at a time, and always start with the person nearest you.”     Mother Teresa