(L-R) Patrick Devine UVGOC Executive Director, Richard Delaney-UVGOC Board Chair and Chelsea Denson-Low-cost Seats Bar Manager. Photo supplied by UVGOC.

OSWEGO COUNTY – When it comes to appreciating the value of neighborhood assistance, no one particular understands it superior than the United Way of Higher Oswego County (UVGOC). Neighborhood assistance is at the heart of United Way and plays a key function in the achievement of United Way’s initiatives and annual campaign.

“When United Way runs its campaign, we strive to make sure that we share with our neighborhood, not only the assistance and funding received from our key sponsors and bigger market supporters, but also the smaller sized organizations and companies that lend their assistance and donations to our companion agencies in need to have.” ,” stated Director of Resource Improvement for United Way of Oswego County Brandi Weaver.

“Smaller companies in Oswego County are the backbone of our neighborhood, but not everybody can assistance a workplace campaign to assistance UVGOC’s fundraising to the extent that a substantial corporate entity can, but we come across so quite a few regional organization owners who want to do their portion to assistance UVGOC and our companion agency applications in the district. Primarily based on the achievement of this occasion and the effect it will have on our most vulnerable population, we are seeking to come across additional methods to companion with regional companies, when locating revolutionary methods for other companies to participate when a workplace campaign is not probable. The improvement of United Way Day / Business enterprise Give Back Day is an extension of our annual ‘Give Thank, Give Back’ occasion held just about every November on Thanksgiving Day,” stated Weaver.

The United Way of Higher Oswego County has launched its new Business enterprise Give Back initiative with the aid of Low-cost Seats Bar & Grille on Hillside Ave, Oswego NY.

Low-cost Seats held its 1st United Way Day occasion on March 7 and donated $682 of its meals and beverage sales from opening to closing. “Their dedication and generosity guarantees that applications supported by our companion agencies can aid 100’s of our neighbors all through Oswego County with meals, wellness and housing demands,” says Weaver.

If your organization is interested in sponsoring United Way Day for ‘Place back’ your neighborhood, or would like to come across other methods you can get involved, make contact with Brandi Weaver at the United Way workplace by emailing [email protected] or contact 315-593-1900 ext.

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