Flame Vo, Director of Communications
LEBANON COUNTY, PA: United Way of Lebanon County proudly announces that they have surpassed their fundraising goal of $1 million for their fiscal year ended June 30, 2022. “We are grateful that once again, the Lebanon County community has stepped up to make a difference for local children and families,” says Julia Krall, Executive Director. “For seventy years, our focus has been to address local needs with local support. We are excited to begin this year’s fundraising efforts to raise even more to reach our long-term goals for Lebanon County.”
The $1,020,157.23 that was raised during United Way of Lebanon County’s 2021-22 Campaign will be invested back into Lebanon County through United Way programs, initiatives, and through grants to other nonprofits with a focus on the organization’s three key impact areas; connecting families to resources; removing barriers to learning for our most vulnerable children; and giving all children a strong start in life.
The success of United Way’s annual campaign would not have been possible without the individuals and businesses that continue to show their support of this locally led fundraising effort. In addition, United Way of Lebanon County thanks WellSpan Health and Penn State Health for their continued support and sponsorships of this year’s campaign.
Gifts to United Way of Lebanon County are used to create lasting change by bringing together local agencies and resources to solve the complex challenges our neighbors face. To make a tax-deductible gift, or to find out more about the impact your gift can make, visit unitedwaylebco.org.