|GIVE. ADVOCATE. VOLUNTEER. LIVE UNITED.|
|United Way funded programs make a real difference |
in our community every day
Working through 20 local partner agencies, United Way supports 34 human service programs in five areas: emergency services, children and family services, health and special needs, senior services, and youth development. In Oswego County, United Way can trace its history back to at least 1935, the earliest known date for the Oswego Community Chest, which was formed to coordinate fund-raising activities among several health and service organizations.
United Way of Oswego County is part of a national network of about 1,300 United Ways. Each one is independent and local both in operation and control. Originally organized to coordinate activities among local charities, United Way’s role has expanded over the years. United Way of Greater Oswego County is now a leader in helping to create and strengthen partnerships among human service providers throughout Oswego County seeking to improve the lives of our neighbors, friends, and family.
|Board of Directors 2012-2013|
Executive Committee |
Ms. Kathleen Fenlon
Oswego City-County Youth Bureau-Ret.
Mr. William Crist
Ms. Wendy Tetro
Fulton Savings Bank
Mr. Doug McRae
Bond, Schoeneck & King PLLC
Mr. Robert Hunter
Mr. Shawn Seale
Mr. Robert Rolfe
Harmony Financial Services
Board Governance Chair
Ms. Christy Huynh
The Annual Report describes United
Way programs, events, financials for
the calendar year, lists of committee members, award recipients, and leadership givers. The 2012 Annual
Report is available March 13, 2013.View pdf...
IRS Form 990 is an annual document used by approximately one-third of all public charities to report information about their finances and operations to the federal government.