United Way of Chester County was proud to help the Coatesville Youth Initiative (CYI) ready our children with back-to-school supplies. In conjunction with STAPLES Connect, the United Way provided hundreds of boxes of school supplies which volunteers assembled and distributed to Coatesville youth. To learn more about how your business or organization can run a supply drive, contact Doug Kaiser, Director of Resource Development, at 610.429.9400 ext. 4102.
Interested in Finding Ways to Help the Community?
You can join hundreds of other businesses, companies and groups around the county that help our neighbors in need. To learn about exciting ways to support the work of United Way of Chester County, watch the video below:
Interested in getting involved? Contact Doug Kaiser, Director of Resource Development, at 610-429-9400 ext. 4102.
Check out our recent recognition from the Pennsylvania State Senate to our efforts for helping the most vulnerable in our community throughout (and continue to do so) the COVID-19 pandemic.
LAST CHANCE TO APPLY! Join the 2021-2022 Leadership Chester County Class
Leadership Chester County (LCC), Chester County’s premiere professional development program, is now accepting applications for its 2021-2022 class.
The LCC program is administered and facilitated by United Way of Chester County with guidance from an Advisory Council and additional resources from its partners, West Chester University and Chester County Chamber of Business & Industry. The course meets approximately every 3 to 4 weeks from October to May and sessions will be back in person.
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Live United in Music
Benefitting the United Way of Chester County Impact & Innovation Fund
After a one year hiatus due to the pandemic, United Way of Chester County will again host its annual Live United in Music event on Thursday September 30th at Penn Oaks Golf Club, featuring The Music of Whitney Houston performed by Jade Milian and Samuel E. This event, presented by Citadel, will benefit the United Way of Chester County Community Impact & Innovation Fund.
Tickets are $175 per person and include a cocktail reception with an open bar, hors d’oeuvres, dinner, and performance ($150 of the cost is tax deductible). Limited corporate sponsorships are still available. To purchase tickets and learn more about sponsorship opportunities, click here. Watch the video below to see their amazing talent!
United Way Financial Stability Center Partner Highlight: Maternal and Child Health Consortium
With the help of our partners, United Way Financial Stability Center helps clients navigate a path towards a more secure financial future
Maternal and Child Health Consortium’s (MCHC) mission is to advocate for and empower prenatal and parenting families to achieve healthy beginnings and a bright future through a caring culture of service. MCHC has become a leading voice for Chester County’s women, children, and families.
As a partner of the United Way Financial Stability Center, MCHC helps clients through their Family Benefits Program. This program offers:
- expertise in benefit eligibility determination
- dedicated follow-up to ensure coverage is approved and maintained
- training to social service agencies
- enrollment assistance in 15 locations throughout the county
“As we know that transportation is limited in Chester County, MCHC has always used the co-location model at different areas within the county so that families in need have easier access to our services,” said Milena Oberti-Lanz, Executive Director of Maternal and Child Health Consortium. “In addition, we have bilingual, bicultural staff members who can provide services to the Hispanic population.” To learn more about MCHC, click here. To learn how you can financially support the United Way Financial Stability Center, contact Doug Kaiser, Director of Resource Development, at 610.429.9400 ext. 4102.