United Way of Washington County Receives $10,000 Staunton Farm Foundation Grant

The United Way of Washington County is honored to announce that it is the recipient of a $10,000 grant from the Staunton Farm Foundation. This grant has allowed the local United Way to improve communications to better serve the residents of Washington County.  

The grant has allowed an upgrade to both its computer system, telephone system, and a new website to launch in early summer.  All these upgrades will expand the United Way of Washington County’s capacity of its communications tools. These communication improvements will help to raise awareness of the availability in Washington County of the United Way’s resource helpline, PA 2-1-1 Southwest, to improve the Community Impact Fund Grant Funding process and set up a method of an exchange of resources (volunteering and in-kind donations) available between our community’s nonprofits and corporations.  

United Way of Washington County’s Executive Director, P. Ann Hrabik, MBA, CFRE, expressed, “During these challenging times, we are most grateful for this funding to put into action vital ways to improve communications in Washington County to better serve those in need.”

The Staunton Farm Foundation’s mission is dedicated to improving the lives of people who live with mental illness and/or substance use disorders. Their works enhances behavioral health treatment and support by advancing best practices through grant making to non-profit organizations in ten southwestern Pennsylvania counties, including Washington County.  To learn more about their good work, please visit their website at www.stauntonfarm.org .

The mission of the United Way of Washington County is to unite people, resources, and organizations to improve lives in Washington County.  They envision a community where everyone achieves their human potential through education, financial stability, and healthy lives. The United Way of Washington County serves the Washington County community covering a 38-zip code area from Burgettstown to Marianna, from West Alexander to Bentleyville.  To support their mission, please visit its website at www.unitedwaywashco.org .    

The United Way of Washington County recognizes the commitment and support that the Staunton Farm Foundation gives to the communities of Southwestern Pennsylvania especially during these most recent times of the pandemic.

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