King’s College is committed to serving and being a part of our community. The College’s employees are a key part of our community service efforts. I’m pleased to announce that King’s College will once again participate in the annual United Way of Wyoming Valley Campaign, which will be held from Monday, Oct. 29, through Nov. 9.
Your generous contributions to the United Way help 25 non-profit agencies make a difference by changing lives and strengthening our community.
I hope you will consider a gift to this year’s United Way campaign. Last year, King’s College employees raised more than $13,000 for the United Way of Wyoming, whose programs benefited more than 40,000 of our neighbors.
The United Way of Wyoming Valley provides funding to participating organizations for programs that revitalize neighborhoods, provide critical services for the needs of our youth, elderly, families and those requiring emergency assistance.
I encourage you to take the time to learn more about all the meaningful, innovative things the United Way is doing in our community. Visit the United Way of Wyoming Valley's website (www.unitedwaywb.org) to read stories about individuals who were helped this past year.
Joseph Giomboni, Assistant Director of Public Relations, has once again agreed to lead this year’s United Way Employee Campaign. You will be hearing from Joe soon to inform you about some changes to this year’s campaign.
Your consideration in making a pledge to this year’s campaign is greatly appreciated.
Rev. John Ryan, C.S.C., Ph.D.
- Need help making a contribution on Web Advisor? Click on the tutorial.
- Want to contribute to a specific program, scroll through the United Way's Partner Agencies.
- To learn more about how the United Way of Wyoming Valley makes a difference in our community, visit their website.