Billboards are up around the 13 counties represented by AllOne Foundation. Banner displays can be found in malls. It is exciting to see the promotion of this important initiative for families in need of autism services.
The Northern Tier Industry and Education Consortium provides positive pathways for disadvantaged youth through direct interaction with healthcare employers and workplace mentors. Students enjoyed a presentation at Tyler Hospital. This grant was in collaboration with the Wyoming County Community Health Foundation.
The University of Scranton campus opened the Autism Collaborative Centers of Excellence Executive Hub on Thursday, April 4, 2019. The first of five hubs to open as part of a $7 million effort to make life better for people with autism spectrum disorders. The five centers of excellence hubs are Misericordia University, Friendship House, Wyoming … Read More
Pocono Alliance Receives $72K from AllOne Charities For Healthy Start Screenings AllOne Charities granted $72,000 to Pocono Alliance through the AllOne Charities Collaborative Philanthropy Fund to support the Healthy Start Early Childhood Screenings Program. This program provides free developmental, vision and hearing screenings to children birth to 5 years old in Monroe County. These screenings … Read More
Executive Director John W. Cosgrove served on a panel for the “The Horizons of Business Education,” a two-day conference on non-profit leadership and social entrepreneurship at King’s College. The event was sponsored by the McGowan Center for Ethics and Social Responsibility and the William G. McGowan School of Business. Photo left to right: Dr. Michele … Read More
Hope Enterprises, a nonprofit provider of programs for people with intellectual disabilities in Lycoming, Clinton, Northumberland, Columbia, Montour, Snyder and Union counties, received support from the AllOne Foundation to offer an Autism Collaborative Center of Excellence on Hope’s Children’s Campus at 614 West Fourth Street beginning April 1, 2019. The Autism Collaborative Centers of Excellence … Read More
The Lycoming County Cribs for Kids program was able to provide 20 low income, teen mothers with safe sleep education as well as a safe sleep environment for their newborns that they otherwise would not have been able to afford. Each mother was provided with a cribette and sheets, digital thermometer, safety 1st kit, pacifier, … Read More