Cayuga County is a great places to live in the Central New York Region. But that’s not true for everyone: many our neighbors cannot afford their basic needs. Together, we will create a community where all people thrive, regardless of income, race or place.
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United in Action
We are in the business of positive change.
The United Way of Cayuga County works with local companies, area governments, other nonprofits and numerous other organizations to collectively address and seek solutions to some of the area’s most complex challenges.
“I had a great experience with United Way from start to finish.”Phil MartinezA Cool Agency
“At the beginning of a kindergarten readiness program, a mom stated that her son knew his numbers (1-Play SpaceGetting Ready for Kindergarten through Play!
20) and was very good at math. After participating in the counting games, she realized he knew his
numbers but did not fully understand what they represented. The program showed her the importance
of playing this game and others like it at home. These activities will help her son tremendously in school.”
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Together We Make a Difference
Cayuga County being a vibrant place that flows with love is our secret
More than half of Cayuga County residents rely on United Way funded programs
- Income Stability
- Safety Net