AllOne Charities galvanized the region to support organizations that are improving the health delivery system and making a difference in health issues that affect those close to us. On Giving Tuesday, December 1, 2020 the national day of giving, AllOne Charities partnered with 38 non-profits to complement their fundraising efforts on that day. Over $131,000 was raised from over 900 donors to support the health care issues affecting the region and support the organizations that help provide the care people need. When the community comes together a powerful impact can be made!
AllOne Charities supported each organization that raised over $1,000 with a match of $1,000. An additional $1,000 was given to the organization with the most donors and another $1,000 to the organization that raised the most. Toyota of Scranton partnered by donating $8,000 including $1,000 as a Random Act of Kindess to one of the participating organizations. The participating Charities were; Candy’s Place, Catherine McAuley Center; Catholic Youth Center, CEO Weinberg Northeast Food Bank; Children Hunger Outreach; Children’s Service Center; Family Promise of Carbon County; Family Service Association, Greater Carbondale YMCA; Greater Pittston YMCA; Greater Scranton YMCA; Jewish Family Services; Lacawac Sanctuary; Lycoming County United Way; Maternal Family and Health Services; Meals on Wheels Monroe County; NativityMiquel School of Scranton; Northeast Regional Cancer Institute; NEPA Inclusive, Inc.; North Central Sight Services; Northern Tier Industry and Education Consortium; PA Elks Major Project; Pittston Memorial Library; Pocono Mountains United Way; Pocono Services for Families and Children; River Valley Regional YMCA; Ronald McDonald House; SAFE, Inc.; Saint Joseph’s Center; Salvation Army of East Stroudsburg; Step by Step, Inc.; Turn to Us, Inc.; United Neighborhood Centers of NEPA; United Way of Greater Hazleton, United Way of Wyoming Valley; Victims Resource Center; Volunteers of America; and the Wilkes Barre YMCA.