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2/24/21 - RICK KAZMER – United Way of the Laurel Highlands Participants during the second diversity and inclusion training session on Feb. 23 were asked by the instructor to “lean into” uncomfortable... Continue Reading
2/24/21 – There were 142 people from Cambria County who called the United Way’s Pennsylvania 211 network in January.    The free call center, made possible in part by the United Way of the Laurel... Continue Reading
2/15/21 - The United Way of the Laurel Highlands is wrapping up the annual fundraiser. Listen to this audio clip for a great message about the organization, and how you can help. Thanks for your... Continue Reading
2/9/21 - RICK KAZMER - United Way of the Laurel Highlands   Domino’s Pizza locations in Johnstown and Somerset are helping to tackle some of the area’s biggest community needs.    On Wednesday, Feb.... Continue Reading
2/8/21 - RICK KAZMER – United Way of the Laurel Highlands The second installment of diversity, equity and inclusion training hosted by the United Way of the Laurel Highlands will focus on “–isms” and... Continue Reading
 2/1/21 - Johnstown, PA – On Feb. 11, PA 211 Day, United Way of the Laurel Highlands joins United Way of Pennsylvania and the Pennsylvania 211 network to celebrate how PA 211 has supported our... Continue Reading
1/28/21 RICK KAZMER – United Way of the Laurel Highlands   About 50 people attended implicit bias training held Jan. 26 via Zoom by Dr. Melissa Marks.    The grant-funded training is being hosted by... Continue Reading
1/25/21 - In March the United Way of the Laurel Highlands will be providing “30 Days of Giving” as part of the effort to reward donors who gave at least $180 to the annual campaign, which supports... Continue Reading
1/21/21  People in Somerset and Cambria counties continue to struggle to buy food, and to pay for rent and utilities.     The 2-1-1 hotline is a 24-hour professionally staffed helpline for all human... Continue Reading
1/13/21 - RICK KAZMER  - United Way of the Laurel Highlands For decades America’s cultural mix has been described as a melting pot.  But Alan Cashaw, the president of the Johnstown NAACP chapter,... Continue Reading

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