AllOne Impact

AllOne Impact

The impact AllOne Foundation & AllOne Charities has made since 2016
in Northeast and North Central PA:








Autism Services


Behavioral and Mental Health


Women & Children


Opioid Solutions


Food Security



Human Services


Health Care


Health and Wellness Education


Disease Prevention


AllOne Foundation has committed:
AllOne Charities has committed:

TOTAL: $40,956,138

AllOne Charities has raised:
Giving Tuesday: $694,292
Events: $1,023,304
Collaborative Partners: $3,292,647

TOTAL: $5,010,243
January 24, 2024  AllOne Foundation & Charities Board of Directors and staff recently attended the dedication ceremony of the new John P. Moses Esq. Pediatric Rehab Centers at Allied Services. AllOne Foundation & Charities has committed to investing over $2 million in the ongoing sustainability of specialized pediatric rehab services at Allied Services. These funds will help 1,200 children receive the therapeutic and rehabilitation services they need locally, eliminating the need to travel out of the area for these specialized services. At the dedication ceremony, multiple speakers remarked about how this center would be a fitting legacy for Attorney Moses.   William P. Conaboy, President and CEO of Allied Services Integrated Health System, said “Attorney John Moses was a friend, a mentor and a confidant who dedicated his life to our community…This dedication will honor John’s legacy.”  In addition, John Cosgrove, CEO at AllOne Foundation & Charities, remarked “John believed in making life better for our neighbors, especially our most valuable commodity, our children,” Cosgrove said. “And those who work with the children here, well you perform work that is truly miraculous.”  And finally, Peter Moses, son of John Moses, spoke fondly about his father’s legacy. “This is a very special honor for my dad,” Moses said. “Especially since he experienced first-hand the wonderful care offered here at John Heinz. My father worked tirelessly to help children around the world. He would be humbled by this honor.” The event concluded with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and tours of the new facility. Overall, this new pediatric rehab center will be a beacon of hope for local families whose children are navigating complex medical conditions.   Learn more: The John P. Moses Esq. Pediatric Rehab Centers provides comprehensive rehabilitation services for children of all ages. The pediatric program helps each child by focusing on the child’s strengths and abilities in a supportive environment. For more information, call 570-826-3900 (Wilkes-Barre) or 570-348-1360 (Scranton) or visit their website. Quotes cited from the Times Leader Article by Bill O’Boyle: ‘Life-enhancing work is being done’ – Times Leader   [...] Read more...
June 22, 2021Meet John.  Over the last 12 months, it’s been difficult to find activities or programs where it’s comfortable for John to interact with other kids.  Aside from school, he hasn’t been out of the house.  John’s mom Lara heard about the Respite Saturday at Camp Orchard Hill from a friend and found the details on the S.A.F.E Autism website.  She was afraid at first to drop him off at an unfamiliar program.  But, when she picked John up after the first day, she knew it was a great decision.  For 45 minutes on the way home, John talked!  He talked about balloons, playing tag and running around, meeting ponies and catching a fish.  He talked about his aide, Dave, who was kind and fun and wanted to hang out with him.  John’s favorite part of the day was the dance party with friends.  It’s difficult for John to make friends – but he talked about old friends that he’s known for years…and he talked about meeting new friends.   John said it was the best day of his life.  Lara shared that while it’s nice to have a day to herself, to get things done without worrying, the most wonderful impact of Respite Saturday is the opportunity for her son to have fun, to make friends and to hear her son talking.  To have a safe and welcoming place for her son to BE is wonderful and refreshing and a true gift.  Lara returned to our office on Tuesday that week to sign John up for a full summer of inclusive Day Camp programming.  We offered our Autism Grant to help fund their summer, but even so, Lara will spend the majority of her part time salary to make the summer possible.  Additional Respite Care funding will allow campers like John and parents like Lara the rare opportunity for engaging programming, needed physical activity, and comfortable social interaction.  AllOne Foundation supported Orchard Hill to facilitate the respite program.  This is only one story of many the difference respite services can have for a family and the special needs of an individual.  [...] Read more...
January 8, 2021AllOne Charities selected the global day of giving, GIVING TUESDAY to galvanize 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, AllOne Charities partners with 40+ non-profits to complement their fundraising efforts on that day.  When the community comes together a powerful impact can be made!  AllOne Charities supports each organization that raises over $1,000 with a match of $1,000. An additional $1,000 is given to the organization with the most donors and another $1,000 to the organization that raises the most.  Toyota of Scranton, the Luzerne Foundation, Coterra Energy, and Highmark partner by donating random $1,000 bonus gifts to one of the participating organizations.   [...] Read more...
November 3, 2020AllOne Foundation & Charities administers the NEPA Nursing Home SOS program, short for “Supply Operate Save,”  designed by Senator John Yudichak and in partnership with The Pennsylvania Health Care Association and LeadingAge PA for long-term care organizations in Northeast and North Central Pennsylvania. The program has raised over $1 million since it was established in April and has helped more than 30 facilities in Luzerne, Lackawanna, Carbon and Monroe counties. The program was created to assist nursing homes with the purchase of much-needed supplies during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. To date, more than 800,000 items have been distributed.  [...] Read more...
April 24, 2020AllOne Foundation has expedited $1,000,000 in grant support to three major food banks serving all 13 counties in its service geography. Leaders from the Weinberg/CEO Northeastern Food Bank, Central PA Food Bank and Second Harvest Food Bank were on hand to receive the support. “The COVID-19 crisis has forced many thousands of our neighbors to seek assistance in feeding themselves and their families,” said John P. Moses, Esq., Board Chairman. “AllOne Foundation has prioritized supporting our charitable food system by expediting significant resources to meet these most pressing of needs in every corner of the 13 counties we serve,” Moses stated. “At a time when our members are serving more people in need than ever before, we are incredibly grateful for the support of AllOne Foundation,” said Gene Brady, Executive Director of the Weinberg/CEO Northeastern Food Bank. “My colleagues and I thank AllOne Foundation for their leadership in so generously donating the resources that will help us continue to meet the critical needs,” Brady stated. The grant will support hundreds of food banks, food pantries and school-based food distributions in Bradford, Carbon, Clinton, Lackawanna, Luzerne, Lycoming, Monroe, Pike, Sullivan, Susquehanna, Tioga, Wayne and Wyoming counties. Some clips of the news coverage: Fox News: WNEP: Times Leader: Citizen’s Voice: Video of Press Conference: [...] Read more...
March 19, 2020AllOne Foundation held a Coronavirus Leadership Summit on Thursday, March 12th with area mayors, hospital CEOs and other health care professionals to discuss the response to the Coronavirus outbreak in Northeastern and North Central Pennsylvania.   The outcome of the summit was clear that the region is prepared with readiness plans and the importance of coordinated dissemination of information. Regional media outlets relayed the important information to the public. Fox56 News WNEP-TV PA Homepage Hazleton Standard-Speaker Citizens Voice/ NEPA prepares for outbreak Citizens Voice/ Local health officials detail test kit shortage Times Leader Time Tribune Coronavirus Summit Times Tribune/ How Health Workers test for covid-19 [...] Read more...
February 11, 2020In 2018 alone, more than 4,400 people died from drug overdoses in Pennsylvania. While this number represents an 18 percent decrease from 2017, the number of drug-related deaths that occur each year is an issue we are still facing in our communities.  AllOne Foundation is working to save lives and reduce the economic, social, and criminal justice costs of the opioid epidemic. After extensive research and countless town hall meetings, AllOne Foundation developed and is executing a successful, scalable, and sustainable philanthropic strategy on this issue.  “AllOne Foundation is providing leadership on a strategy that includes the distribution of over $6,000,000 in funding to various organizations that service our community members in targeted areas that include education from elementary through college, addicted moms and infant recovery, alternative enforcement, prevention and improved access to treatment.” Stated Atty. John P. Moses, Chairman, AllOne Foundation. On October 2, 2019, AllOne Foundation held the Opioid Crisis Solutions Symposium unveiling strategic plans with keynote speaker Attorney General Josh Shapiro. The Opioid Solutions Symposium addressed key strategic target areas including: Addicted Women & Infant Recovery; Alternative Enforcement; Education & Prevention; and Improved Access to Treatment. The businesses and organizations within Northeastern Pennsylvania that have taken a lead in fighting the opioid crisis and coming together in a unified effort are The Wright Center, Treatment Court Advocacy Center (TCAC), Luzerne County Community College (LCCC), and the Children’s Service Center (CSC).  A unified collaboration between so many organizations involved in this effort is uncommon, but necessary. “We have all come together to develop solutions to this horrible crisis that we are all facing.” States John W. Cosgrove, the Executive Director at AllOne Foundation. The Wright Center developed the Healthy Moms program providing intensive intervention for addicted mothers.  Judge Michael Barrasse is the immediate past Chairman of National Association of Drug Court Professionals and spearheads Treatment Court throughout the region and in particular rural areas. LCCC launched the first Institute for students in recovery because data evidences that students maintaining an educational tract have the greatest sustained recovery rates.  CSC places drug specialists into elementary schools identifying high risk students and implementing wrap around services for the child and their families.  [...] Read more...
February 15, 2019Through 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. This collaborative brings the expertise of these five institutions: The University of Scranton, Geisinger ADMI, Hope Enterprises, Friendship House, Children’s Service Center and Misericordia University. Five special programs were also funded to Goodwill Industries, Allied Services, Luzerne County ARC, and NEPA Center for Independent Living. [...] Read more...
February 15, 2019Bianca 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, listening to stories and using paints to create special pictures for mommy. Then one day, her mother received a note from the teacher that Bianca often had difficulty coloring in the lines and could not write her name. Thankfully, the Pocono Alliance’s Healthy Start Screening Program was scheduled to come to the pre-school the following week and provided free cognitive development, hearing and vision screenings. Bianca did not pass the vision screening and was referred to an optometrist who diagnosed her with an astigmatism. Soon after, Bianca received her first pair of glasses and shouted with joy, “I can see!” The Pocono Alliance’s Healthy Start Screening Program was funded by a grant from AllOne Charities to detect hearing, vision, and developmental issues for children of economically at-risk families. [...] Read more...
February 15, 2019AllOne 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 2018 with pelvic pain. Dr. Lynn Coslett, volunteer gynecologist, diagnosed her with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) and the patient would need surgery. The patient suffered from clinical anxiety and here is where Chelsea the Social Care Coordinator stepped in. Chelsea helped her navigate the medical system, secure insurance, and schedule the needed appointments with the correct specialist. If not for Volunteers in Medicine and Chelsea’s aid, the patient would have waited and her problem would have gone untreated until it was too late. [...] Read more...

Non-Profits supported by AllOne Charities

Brighter Journeys


Central Food Bank

Child Hunger Outreach Project

Children’s Advocacy Center

Children’s Service Center

Cohen Military Family Clinic

Commission on Economic Opportunity

Dinners for Kids

Family Promise of Carbon County

Family Service Association

Fork Over Love

Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine

Goodwill Industries of NEPA

Jewish Family Service of NEPA

Keystone College

King’s College

Lehigh Carbon Community College- SHINE

Luzerne County Community College

Mansfield University

Marywood University

Maternal Family Health Services

Misericordia University

My Vision 9

NativityMiquel School

NeighborWorks of NEPA

North Penn Comprehensive

Northern Tier Counseling Center

Northern Tier Industry & Education Consortium

Orchard Hill

Parenting Autism United

Pike Autism Support Services of NEPA

Pleasant Valley Ecumenical Network

Second Harvest

S.A.F.E Inc.

Saint Francis Kitchen

St. Vincent dePaul Kitchen

St. Joseph’s Center

Susquehanna Health Foundation


Treatment Advocacy Center

The Wright Center

United Neighborhood Centers of NEPA

United Ways located in NEPA

University of Scranton

Victims Resource Center

Volunteers in Medicine

Volunteers of America

West Branch Drug & Alcohol Abuse Commission

Women’s Resource Center

Wyoming Valley Children’s Association

YMCA’s located in NEPA