Autism Collaborative Centers of Excellence

Through the leadership of AllOne Foundation, the Autism Collaborative Centers of Excellence (ACCE) was formed to enhance the service delivery system and minimize the service gaps for individuals with autism and their families living in Northeastern and North Central Pennnsylvania. … Read More

I Can See!

Bianca is a 4 year old girl that has had her share of challenges. Placed in a loving home, her adoptive parents wanted to give her every opportunity to be successful. Bianca started pre-school and enjoyed playing with her friends, … Read More

Saving Lives

AllOne Charities funded the position of a Social Care Coordinator at Volunteers in Medicine in Luzerne County. This is a story that tells the difference of this funding. A 28-year old female began coming to Volunteers in Medicine in January … Read More

Wright Center Vaccine Clinic

The Wright Center implemented a vaccine clinic for school-age children in high-need school districts in order to satisfy Pennsylvania school vaccination requirements. Through the summer months, a team held seven vaccine clinics in the Hazelton, Wilkes Barre, Scranton and Pocono … Read More

Salvation Army East Stroudsburg, Corps.

AllOne Charities granted $7,500 to the Salvation Army East Stroudsburg Corps providing healthy food to children and families in Monroe County through their food pantry, soup kitchen, monthly Choice Pantry Food Distribution, and daily emergency food to those in need. … Read More

Saint Francis Kitchen

The St. Francis of Assisi Client Choice Food Pantry received a $7,500 donation from AllOne Charities to provide healthy foods for clients to help prevent diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, heart disease and malnutrition. Photo from left: Mary Carroll … Read More

Allied Services

As part of its Autism Collaborative Centers of Excellence (ACCE) initiative, AllOne Foundation awarded a $100,000 grant to Allied Services to enhance its pediatric and developmental programs.  The grant will fund improvements to outpatient therapies and technologies for children, both … Read More