Allegany County United Way
Wellsville, New York
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2021-22 Funded Programs

Income Impact Council ($47,000)

Providing people of all ages with opportunities that result in economic self-sufficiency.

Career Pathways
(Literacy West NY)
Helps provide low-income adults opportunities to obtain work readiness skills, to complete a high school equivalency diploma, find a job, or enter post-secondary vocational programs.
High School Equivalency Preparation
(Southern Tier Traveling Teacher)
At-home tutoring toward high school equivalency diploma preparation and work force readiness skills.
Tuition Assistance
(Trinity Christian Daycare)
Making quality childcare affordable to working parents.

Education Impact Council ($35,560)

Providing people of all ages with the tools and structures necessary to succeed.

After School Program

(Fillmore Powerhouse)

Provides quality after-school care, academic enrichment activities, and nutritious snacks for at-risk low-income youth.

Boy Scouts

(Allegheny Hills Council)

Scouting programs in Allegany County

Genesee Valley Big Brother/Big Sister Program

Whitesville Big Brother/Big Sister Program

Scio Big Brother/Big Sister Program

(Family Service Society)

Effective peer mentoring for at-risk children in Genesee Valley, Whitesville and Scio Schools for improved social skills and academic performance.

Summer Reading Program

(Cuba Library)

A Summer Learning Program that encourages children and families to read throughout the summer in order to combat summer slide (the loss of literacy over the summer months). We offer both educational and entertaining programs to encourage participation. Children can earn free books and prizes as incentive for participating in the Summer Learning Program.

Health Impact Council ($59,000)

Providing people of all ages with opportunities that result in economic self-sufficiency.

 Allegany County Association for the Blind Provide low income individuals who are visually impaired with medical care, and aids and appliances.

Youth Compeer

(Mental Health Association)

A mentoring program for children and youth who are experiencing emotional problems, behavioral issues or youth at risk from being placed from the home.  Through our recreational activities and 1:1 mentor matches.

Personal Emergency Response System

(Office for the Aging)

(PERS) are devices that monitor the safety and status of elderly individuals in their homes, and alert emergency responders and family members should a crisis occur.  These devices enable individuals who would otherwise require care or supervision to remain safely in their homes alone.

Meal on Wheels

(Office for the Aging)

Offers a freshly cooked nutritious meal five days a week to Allegany County residents over age 60 (or caregivers under the age of 60 caring for an individual over 60)

Summer Rec Program

(Fillmore Powerhouse)

Provide and promote healthy Eating and physical activity opportunities for youth during summer months. Increase the knowledge of health food, exercise options, and health programs.

Summer Camp

(Royal Family Kids Camp)

Annual summer camp experience providing positive memories for at-risk children, ages 6 – 12, referred by Allegany County DSS.

Critical Needs ($72,000)

Helping to meet short-term but critical needs such as food, shelter, disaster relief, and critical illness.

Emergency Food Pantry

(Wellsville Salvation Army)

Emergency food assistance and referrals to other services.

Emergency Shelter & Clothing Assistance

(Wellsville Salvation Army)

Emergency shelter & clothing assistance and referrals to other services.

Food Pantry

(ACCORD Corp.)

Emergency food assistance and referrals to other services.

HomeCare & Hospice

End of life care. Support for patients and families.

Disaster Response

(American Red Cross)

Local response to disaster.

Wellsville Emergency Food Pantry

(Catholic Charities)

Emergency food assistance and referrals to other services.

“We marvel at the magnitude of what can be accomplished when generous people and effective human service programs work together.”  (Barbara Bates, Former Executive Director of Allegany County United Way.)