United Way of Broome County is monitoring the needs of our community and leading the county’s efforts to organize volunteers and coordinate volunteer opportunities in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, in the most timely and safe manner possible.

Due to the changes in our community as a result of COVID-19, volunteers are needed to assist individuals and organizations. If you are interested in learning about volunteer opportunities that may arise in the near future, please call 211 or visit uwbroome.org/GIVEHELP and we will do our best to connect you to those most in need.

We understand individuals and organizations need assistance during this time. We are here to help. If your agency needs volunteers, dial 211 or visit uwbroome.org/GETHELP and we will connect volunteers to your opportunity. If you are an individual in need of assistance, call 211 and a specialist will connect you with a willing volunteer.


United Way of Broome County unites donors, volunteers and community organizations in a common mission to drive change that will have a positive impact on the critical needs of our community by strategically leveraging the collective resources of community partners. Our focus is on Basic Needs, Health, Education, and Financial Stability. These are the building blocks for a good life and the cornerstones of a strong community. By combining contributions from individuals and organizations, United Way generates a larger pool of dollars and expertise to tackle the issues that matter most, to help those who need it the most, in ways that achieve the greatest impact. Our work is personal enough to change lives and powerful enough to improve conditions across the community we serve. United Way invites people to come together, LIVE UNITED and create the change we want to see