Established in 1986, United Way of York County (UWYC) was born of the merger of two smaller United Ways. Since then, UWYC has focused on the most important issues facing our community. Currently, our community influenced strategic plan is focused on ensuring the best start for children birth to age 8, improving nutritional outcomes for children and seniors through hunger prevention, helping youth develop leadership skills and community connections by engaging them in service and philanthropy, and supporting a safety net of services that meet basic needs. To do this, we galvanize individuals and organizations to act, while mobilizing resources, expertise and funding.
United Way of York County improves lives by mobilizing people and resources!
York County is a strong, healthy community created by people caring for one another.
See the priorities of the plan, created by volunteers, the community and staff, that guides UWYC's work and the many ways we are working together to improve lives!
For a detailed list of the priorities in each area, click HERE.
The Board of Directors is responsible for ensuring that UWYC does the best work possible in pursuit of its mission and goals.
United Way knows the importance of leveraging relationships to support community actions that encourage shared responsibility and empowerment to provide for the social well-being of people living in York County.
Meet and connect with United Way staff members!
Reports to the Community:
Take a look at the highlights and achievements from 2016. Thank YOU for making York County a better place to live and work!
Transparency: United Way of York County has a Gold Seal of approval from GuideStar, as well as a multi-star profile with Charity Navigator. And, what is raised here, stays here! Monies raised during the annual United Way of York County Community Campaign are put to use in programs, projects and initiatives right here in York County!