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United Way of Mifflin-Juniata
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United Way of Mifflin-Juniata works to improve the education, financial stability, and health for all people in Mifflin and Juniata Counties.


2019 Campaign
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21st Annual Day of Caring

The 21st Annual Day of Caring took place on Wednesday, September 19th. 

Click here to see all the projects and teams who participated this year.

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Interested in getting involved? Check out our Get Connected Volunteer Site, a central hub for all volunteer opportunities in Mifflin and Juniata Counties. Click here to look through volunteer postings or to add your site as a community agency in need of extra help.

2018 Campaign Raised $410,000

United Way of Mifflin-Juniata raised $410,000 during the 2018 campaign.  These funds will be used to meet local needs in the impact areas of education, income, and health. This final total is approximately 86% of the $475,000 goal. “I want to express my appreciation to everyone who supported the United Way either by contributing or assisting with solicitations,” said Oksana DeArment, Executive Director.

The amount raised is a positive reflection of the generosity of the community, however, it is not nearly enough to fully meet the needs of the agencies providing after school programs, youth mentoring programs and support for basic needs. 

“This was a challenging year in many ways,” said Oksana DeArment. The non-profit organization underwent leadership changes during the campaign. DeArment notes that the Board of Directors was instrumental in keeping the campaign going.

The shortfall in available funds means that the Community Investment volunteers will have to make some difficult decisions moving forward on how to invest the limited dollars. Their decisions will take into account the impact that programs have on our most vulnerable populations.  Contributions are accepted all year round if anyone wishes to make a donation.  Thank you to everyone for helping us LIVE UNITED.

The United Way of Mifflin Juniata is dedicated to fulfilling our mission: Improving people's lives by mobilizing the caring power of the community.

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