COVID-19 Relief Efforts in Central Pennsylvania with United Way

Local United Way Branches Bringing Aid to Central PA Residents

Our law firm is proud to support United Way branches in central Pennsylvania that are working to provide relief during the COVID-19 pandemic to the residents of Altoona, DuBois, Ebensburg, Johnstown, State College, and more.

If you or your family need help meeting basic needs, we urge you to call 2-1-1, the United Way's 24/7 hotline for human services.

In addition, if you are able, you can consider donating to your local United Way or their Emergency Funds.

Contact and Donate to Your Local Central PA United Way

Below you will find links to central PA United Way branches. Click the links to donate or to find more information on the critical support services available in your area.

What is the United Way's 2-1-1 Helpline?

United Way's 2-1-1 telephone helpline (also available via text and chat) helps prevent hunger, utility shut offs, and homelessness by connecting residents to service providers in their region.

The helpline is confidential and answers 24/7.

What are United Way Emergency Funds?

Some United Ways have established Emergency Funds, which support the emergency needs of health and human service agencies and provide assistance to local residents.

The funds' goal is to help ensure that residents and families have access to critical resources and services during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Please visit the links above to see if your United Way has established an Emergency Fund.

Our Community is Our Priority

Our clients come to us after their lives have been turned upside-down overnight. They are worried about their health, their future, and how they will provide for their families. Their concerns are very similar to what many of us face now.

We're proud to partner with organizations that are providing support to our community during this difficult time. It's not only our job to be here for our clients, it's our job to be here for you.

We've also partnered with the United Way of Southwestern Pennsylvania. You can learn about that partnership here.