United Way of the Tri-Valley Area supports a wide variety of volunteer activities. Our volunteer center is a one-stop that connects community members with diverse and meaningful volunteer opportunities at United Way and throughout Greater Franklin County.
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We congratulate Brent and Bertha Smith of Farmington for winning the 2015-16 Gary A. LaGrange Community Impact Award. Read all nominations here.
Congratulations to Dan and Amy Palmer for being recognized as a Community Champion by Molina Medicaid Solutions for their work leading the Community Energy Challenge. Read more.
The Pantry Project is a joint venture of United Way of the Tri-Valley Area, local businesses, and area food pantries. The aim of the Pantry Project is to ensure food pantry shelves are filled and Greater Franklin County residents are fed. We would like to engage 10 local businesses or organizations, to fill the shelves and feed the hungry.
The Franklin Volunteer Network is a collaborative of volunteer managers and community members who promote volunteer opportunities and support the volunteer sector through training and communication.
Meetings are held quarterly: March 8, June 14, September 13, December 13, 2016 9 - 11 am in the Chisholm Room, Franklin Memorial Hosptial. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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