In 2014, The United Way of Mifflin-Juniata raised $540,017 through our community. For more information on the 2013-2014 Campaign, check out the Annual Report.
The United Way of Mifflin-Juniata is independently governed by a local volunteer board, in order to best meet our local needs and opportunities.
United Way brings together citizens, community
leaders, business, the faith community,
government, non-profit organizations and other institutions to determine the most critical human issues that require collective, not just individual, action. These issues range from basic human needs - like food, shelter and emergency assistance - to emerging and growing issues like the need for affordable housing, services and support for seniors, and positive youth development. United Way then raises money locally in an annual campaign, generates other revenue outside of the campaign, secures non-cash in-kind resources, and advocates for sound public policy.
The United Way of Mifflin-Juniata, after serious consideration of each agency’s application for funds, invests resources in non-profit agencies. For examples of our investments, click here to view our partner agencies.
You investment in United Way is unique because of our ability to mobilize resources, individuals, and institutions in a combined effort. When you combine your resources and effort with others you can change entire communities, which in turn
produce results for you individually.