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2016 Campaign
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19th Annual Day of Caring

The 2016 Day of Caring will be held on September 21st. Click here to access registration for Agency and Volunteer Team participation. 
Deadline to register is August 12th.

PaceSetter 5K Run/Walk
Geisinger Lewistown Hospital, Geisinger Wellness Department, and Lewistown Borough are teaming up with the United Way of Mifflin-Juniata this summer for a 5K benefit fun run/walk. The race is Saturday, July 30th, starting off at Mitchell Field in Lewistown. Pre-registration is $15. For more information or to print your own registration form, please click the flyer below.

Summer Food Service Program

Summer is coming! United Way will once again be working with other community partners to provide the Summer Food Service Program in both Mifflin and Juniata Counties. The following sites are available for 2016:

  • Fayette Area Lions Den in McAlisterville, June 7th - Aug. 19th
  • Trinity United Methodist in Mifflin, June 7th - 30th
  • Lumina Center in Lewistown, June 13th - 24th; July 5th - Aug. 12th    
  • Project YES in Lewistown, June 20th - July 28th 
  • East Kish Presbyterian in Reedsville, June 20th - Aug. 5th
  • Migrant Ed. Program in Mifflintown, July 5th - 28th
  • Aldersgate United Methodist in Mifflintown, July 5th -28th
  • Lewistown Presbyterian in Lewistown, July 18th -21st

Upcoming Partner Program Events

Juniata County Library

The Library is hosting a Cupcake Bake-Off on May 28th at 2 PM. There will be separate categories for youth and adult contestants. Entrants should bring 12 cupcakes to the library by 1 PM on the 28th. Pre-registration by May 26th is encouraged by the library. Prizes will be awarded, and the title of “Offical Cupcake of the 50th Anniversary Celebration” is up for grabs! Call (717) 436-6378 for more info!

In observance of the 50th Anniversary of the Juniata County Library, we are inviting patrons and community leaders to share a book or author that has been meaningful to them personally, either currently or from childhood. To participate, submit your answers to the following questions at the library or email them to Submissions should be no more than two to four sentences.  One submission per week will be featured in the Juniata County Library News.  

  1. What was your favorite book of all time? 
  2. What was your favorite book as a child?
  3. What was a book that has most influenced your life?  

Summer Music Festival to benefit American Red Cross: Come join the fun at Millerstown Community Park on the weekend of July 15-17 to enjoy over a dozen performers and bands. Bring bag of clothes to be donated to Community Aid to enter into a drawing for a basket of prizes worth over $200. All proceeds go to the local American Red Cross.  For more information, including schedule details and ticket purchase, go online to or call (717) 889-0338. Tickets are also on sale at local libraries.

Fayette Area Lions Den Camps: Summer is coming! Click here to learn about the day camps that will be offered this upcoming season at the Lions Den. United Way also partners with the Lions Den to provide the Summer Food Service Program to the students participating in the camps. 
2016 Campaign Raised $454,000

United Way of Mifflin-Juniata raised $454,000 to meet local needs around the impact areas of education, income, and health. This final total is approximately 92% of the $495,000 goal. 

“This was a challenging financial year for many, both professionally and personally,” said Mike McMonigal, Executive Director. “However, I want to express my appreciation to everyone that found a way to contribute despite these circumstances. Rebuilding takes time, but we are already making plans for next year with the help of community volunteers and leaders.” 

While this amount of support reflects positively on the generosity of the community, it is not enough to fully meet the needs of the agencies providing after school programs, youth mentoring, programs and scholarships for health-related activities, and support for basic needs.    

With this shortfall in available support, the United Way will be restricting the funding application process to the programs who were previously funded for the 2015-2016 fiscal year. Community Investment volunteers will review applications to determine how to invest the limited funds, taking into account the impact that programs have on our most vulnerable populations.

The Community Investment Committee is recruiting volunteers. If you are interested in being part of this process and can commit volunteer hours in April and May, please contact the United Way office: 717-248-9636 or


The United Way of Mifflin Juniata is dedicated to fulfilling our mission: Improving people's lives by mobilizing the caring power of the community.

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