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2017 Campaign
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7th Annual Walk For Warmth

It's that time of year again! Please join us at the Walk For Warmth, our annual fundraiser for the Mifflin-Juniata Energy Bank. We will be walking at the Fayette Area Lions Den in McAlisterville on February 4th, with an opening ceremony beginning at 10 AM. Please click below for our fact sheet and a printable copy of the registration form. If you would like to pick up a physical copy of the registration envelope, visit our office at 13 E. Third Street in Lewistown, or go to any branch of MCS Bank.

Kindergarten Readiness Workshops

Click the flyer for details on upcoming Kindergarten Readiness Workshops!

Please help spread the word about MilitaryShare, a food distribution program which will be operating in Lewistown on February 7th. Click the image below for a PDF version of the flyer, if you would like more information or to get involved as a volunteer, call 717-769-9671. Thank you!

Thank You!

We are so grateful to everyone who made the 19th Annual Day of Caring a success!

More than 300 volunteers served in the community, giving of their time and talents at 29 different sites across Mifflin and Juniata Counties. The impact of just one day can mean so much to our local nonprofits!

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 mmcmonigal@mjunitedway.org.


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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