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2020-2021 Annual Report

2020-2021 Annual Report for the United Way of Lackawanna and Wayne Counties

100 Years of Living United

2020/2021
Annual Report

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Dear Friends,

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the
age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch
of belief, it was the epoch of
incredulity…”

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Gary Drapek George Lynett, Jr.
President & CEO Chairman of the Board

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George Lynett, Jr......................................................................................Chairman
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Lew Critelli ...........................................................................Senior Vice Chairman
Wayne Bank

David Raven.................................................... Vice Chair, Resource Development
The Honesdale National Bank

Kathie Gaughan ................................................Vice Chair, Community Impact
Commonwealth Health Moses Taylor Hospital

Noelle Lynett ....................................... Vice Chair, Community Impact Marketing
Community Volunteer

;EPXIV 7EVEƤROS ...................................................................................... Treasurer
Community Bank, NA

Dr. Erica Barone-Pricci ............................................................................ Secretary
Lackawanna College

Judith Graziano...........................................................Honorary Lifetime Member

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Tracy Bannon, St. Joseph’s Center Foundation
Anthony Bantell, Community Volunteer
The Honorable Michael Barrasse, Lackawanna County President Judge
Michael Cordaro, Alliance Wealth Advisors, LLC
P.J. Dempsey, Dempsey Uniform & Linen Supply
Tom Donohue, Lamar Advertising
Dr. Patricia Dunleavy, Community Volunteer
Alex Fried, The P&G Paper Products Co.
Jill George, The Dime Bank
Jason Kavulich, Lackawanna County Area Agency on Aging
Dr. Erin Keating, Old Forge School District
Katie Leonard, Ed.D, Johnson College
Atty. Timothy Maloney, Maloney Law P.C.
John Marsico, SLHDA
James Mirabelli, Abington Heights School District
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Dr. Donald Preate, Delta Medix
Atty. Joe Price, Dougherty, Leventhal and Price, LLP
Drew Simpson, Carpenter’s Union Local #445
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Stephen Uliana, Mitsubishi Chemical
Dr. Marwan Wafa, Penn State Scranton
Jonathan Watt, Hendrick Manufacturing
Bryan Yourdon, Olympia Chimney

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4IK /STOS ................................................. Vice President of Community Impact
John Orbin..................................................................Vice President of Resource

Development/Campaign

Dr. Angela Bassani, CPA............................................. VITA Program Coordinator
Diane Brown .....................................................................................RSVP Director
&MPP 'SGOIVMPP .............................................. AFL/CIO Community Services Liason
Will Craven ..........................................................Manager of Community Impact
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Stephanie Miller............................................................ Senior Program Manager
Barry Snyder .....................................................Director of Community Outreach
Sue Youtz ............................................................................... Campaign Manager

C RAMPAIGN EPORT



This Campaign proved the strength and reliabilty of our community.

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years, and backed by a philantrhopic, determined Campaign Cabinet

who faced paramount challenges from enormous economic down
falls, multiple lockdowns, frequent virtual meetings to a countless

number of other obstacles were still able to dig their boots in the

ground and surpass our Campaign Goal!









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ECONOMIC MOBILITY

Helping families and individuals achieve greater
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knowledge.

Ɵ The VITA Program along with MyFreeTaxes.com completed
1,522 tax returns saving residents $228,300 in tax preparation
fees while investing $1,658,329 in Federal Refunds back into the
community.

Ɵ With no geographic limitations or income thresholds, United
Way’s MyFreeTaxes.com (powered by TaxSlayer) gave area
residents an option to do their own taxes from the comfort and
safety of their home.

Ɵ Restaurant Relief Fund was created for Restaurant Workers
who were directly affected by the December 2020 shutdown
of all dine-in establishments. United Way provided 180, $200
Mini-Grants to qualifying restaurant workers.

Community Impact Agency Allocations

Total Funds Distributed through Agency Allocations

$1,332,849



HEALTH

Providing all residents the opportunity to achieve
optimal physical and mental health while promoting
healthy lifestyles and communities.

Ɵ Aquired the APPRISE program in February 2020. Through this
new sector of service 608 Medicare counseling sessions took
place, 1,258 telecenter calls from the State Health Insurance
Program Hotline were taken and 142 appointments through
phone/Zoom for the Medicare Annual Enrollment Period were
scheduled.*

Ɵ Sponsored RSVP (Retired Senior Volunteer Program) which
encourages volunteerism in the older adult population. Over
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year. Opportunities such as Medicare counseling, food dis-
tribution sites, scheduling both COVID tests and vaccination
appointments, among many more opportunities.

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hours), made 3,483 phone calls to a list of area seniors to
schedule vaccinations for those who were in need of an ap-
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Ɵ 380 individuals without medical insurance received
medical and dental care services during the pandemic.

Ɵ 170 individuals received behavioral health counseling to
help cope with the pandemic.

Ɵ 200 visually impaired individuals received the assistance
they needed to improve their independent living skills

EDUCATION

Providing children and teens with opportunities for
quality learning and skill development

Ɵ Provided 67 scholarships to income eligible children to attend
high quality early learning centers.

Ɵ “Little Learners, Big Hearts,” created over 20 videos through
the Success By 6 Program of students from local Early Child-
hood Education partner agencies through YouTube. Videos
were created and shared for long-term care facilities through-
out Lackawanna and Wayne Counties.

Ɵ Helped fund a summer program for 133 children to help im-
prove their academic skills from a challenging school year.

Ɵ Supported programs helping 620 middle and high school stu-
dents on improving their healthy relationship skills.

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Ɵ Co-sponsored the virtual NEPA Girls Stem Competition with
students from over seven school districts showcasing their
science and math skills.

Ɵ Hundreds of homemade greeting cards were created for resi-
dents of the Gino Merli Veteran Center, Allied Skilled Nursing
Center, Linwood Nursing and Rehab Center, Mid Valley Health-
Care Center, The Jewish Home of Eastern PA, and Mountain
View Care and Rehab Center by students of local Early Child-
hood Centers for Valentine’s Day and St. Patrick’s Day.

COVID-19

Efforts and Initiatives

Ɵ Food distribution network was established with the newly
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throughout Lackawanna County.

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testing appointments for the areas most vulnerable residents.

Ɵ Dempsey Uniform & Linen Supply Co. donated their staff
and resources to deliver over 1,000 lbs. of food to isolated
residents in rural communities throughout Lackawanna and
Wayne Counties.

Ɵ Developed a communication strategy for isolated seniors with
State Representative Kyle Mullins.

Ɵ Collaborative effort through local media and Regional United
Way organizations to raise funds to directly minimize the im-
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Ɵ Grocery delivery volunteers
drove over 2,800 miles from
area food pantries (United
Neighborhood Centers of
NEPA, Friends of the Poor,
Abington Senior Center).

Ɵ Restaurant Relief Fund
was created for Restaurant
Workers who were directly
affected by the December
2020 shutdown of all dine-
in establishments. United
Way provided 180, $200
Mini-Grants to qualifying
restaurant workers.

Ɵ Organized and scheduled vaccination appointments with the
help of Lackawanna County Area Agency on Aging.

Our Mission.................

To improve the quality of life for the people of
Lackawanna and Wayne Counties and surrounding
communities by serving as a catalyst for community
problem solving and by conducting an efficient,
encompassing volunteer fund raising effort to
positively impact the community’s most compelling

social problems.

For over 100 years equity has been the foundation of our work at the United

Way of Lackawanna and Wayne Counties. From our engagement with donors to

our investment of community resources to our interactions with the public, we
STATE EMQEUNITTY
strive to create an equal playing field for ALL residents. We describe equity as

the presence of justice and fairness within the framework of our organization

and our community – our procedures, processes and distribution of resources

by institutions or systems – and vehemently oppose discrimination in all forms.

We commit to equity as a core value and practice to advance our mission of

connecting people, resources and organizations to create a thriving community

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of resources
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We commit to equity as a core value and practice to advance our mission of

connecting people, resources and organizations to create a thriving community

for everyone. Our mission compels us to prioritize historically marginalized

and systematically excluded people. It is necessary to focus on race, ethnicity

and socioeconomic status, as well as other intersectional identities, to end the

historical, social and systemic inequities that persist in our region and nation.

We acknowledge that we can only be successful if we recognize, raise up and

support leaders from underrepresented neighborhoods. United Way is committed

to engaging these leaders as partners, donors and volunteers. Further, we

commit to intentionally creating pathways for them to be included in decision-

making and leadership roles within our own and other organizations. We can

only eliminate inequity when all individuals reach their fullest human potential.

We maintain that building and sustaining equity in our county requires an

Wayne County
Funding 2020/2021

Ɵ The ARC of NEPA
Ɵ The Cooperage Project
Ɵ Devereux Pocono Center
Ɵ Educational Opportunity Centers
Ɵ Fair Hill Therapeutic Riding Center
Ɵ Habitat for Humanity
Ɵ Honesdale Communities That Care
Ɵ Hose Co. No. 1 - Honesdale Fire Dept.
Ɵ Lacawac Sanctuary
Ɵ Maternal and Family Health
Ɵ Salvation Army
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Ɵ Victims Intervention Program
Ɵ Wayne County Public Library
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IT’S AMAZING WHAT WE CAN ACCOMPLISH WHEN
WE’RE IN IT TOGETHER.

Lackawanna County
Funding 2020/2021

Ɵ American Red Cross of NEPA
Ɵ The ARC of NEPA
Ɵ Boys and Girls Clubs of NEPA
Ɵ Catholic Social Services
Ɵ Day Nursery Association
Ɵ Greater Carbondale YMCA
Ɵ Greater Scranton YMCA
Ɵ Jewish Community Center of Scranton
Ɵ Jewish Family Service of NEPA

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Ɵ Meals on Wheels of NEPA
Ɵ NEPA Council, Boy Scouts of America
Ɵ St. Joseph’s Center
Ɵ Scranton Primary Health Care Center
Ɵ Serving Seniors, Inc.
Ɵ United Cerebral Palsy of NEPA
Ɵ United Neighborhood Centers of NEPA
Ɵ Women’s Resource Center

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