SIDNEY - When you make a gift to the United Way of Sidney you support organizations and efforts that provide:
- Emergency assistance for flood, fire and other disaster programs.
- Assistance with the development of leadership, citizenship, community service to young boys and girls.
- Diverse after school activities to meet the interests of young adults 7-18 in a structured setting.
- Care for individuals who need help from life-threatening events.
- Community based educational child care centers.
- Training and coordination of community volunteers to tutor adults in basic reading and writing skills.
- Assistance to identify the needs of the youth of our community and encouragement for the development
of programs and resources to meet their needs.
- Help with free services such as a community pool, youth and adult sports programs.
- Quality of Life opportunities through the support of theater, music and hospice care.
- Help with assistance, shelter and humane treatment for homeless animals.
- Assistance for people with personal struggles and those looking to improve theirs lives.
- An opportunity for seniors to gather for social and community interaction.
SIDNEY FOOD PANTRY
, represented by Carol Hubbard
receives a donation from the Sidney United Way,
represented by Nancy McLean, director, Sidney United Way.
Your Sidney United Way, with the assistance of all the members of our community, help provide the services
outlined above. We need your help! Consider a gift this holiday season. Donations can be mailed to United Way of Sidney, P.O. Box 14, Sidney, NY 13838. You can also make a donation by credit card by going to our web site sidneyunitedway.org.
We really need your help this year to meet our goal of $84,700. We are not there yet and our campaign days are
coming to the end shortly. Any fi nancial help would be appreciated. The board of directors of the United Way of Sidney thanks all of you who have contributed so far this year, with your support we can make this a great community to live and work. We wish all of you a safe, healthy and happy Christmas holiday
Reprint from The Tri-Town