We are ALL ONE when we support the health issues in our region. Come out to all events or the one nearer and dearer to your heart.

AllOne Charities is committed to helping local organizations serve the community and make a difference.

You can help by racing, swimming and/or biking! AllOne Charities presents these healthy happenings to motivate change in the health issues that impact our region. 

Community Events


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Aug
1
Sat
Pauly Friedman 5K Walk/Run
Aug 1 @ 12:15 am – Aug 5 @ 3:15 am

As the world continues the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, we understand the importance of healthy exercise, especially running, walking and the sense of normalcy it may bring you. While we can’t host an in-person event this year at Misericordia University for our 12th Annual Pauly Friedman 5K Family Walk/Run, we still want to provide you and your loved ones with the opportunity to participate. Therefore, we are holding our first ever VIRTUAL Pauly Friedman 5K Family Walk/Run! Proceeds will still benefit PA 211 NE/Help Line and we will be back next year at Misericordia University for an in-person event in August, 2021!

Registration: Sign up online from Thursday, May 14th to Wednesday, August 5th at 12 PM. 

Registration Fee: $15 per person or $10 per student

Race Dates: Saturday, August 1st at 12:00 AM to Wednesday, August 5th at 10 PM

How It Works: Starting on August 1st at 12:00 AM, run or walk your 5K race at any point before the 10 PM cutoff on Wednesday, August 5th and submit your results to families@fsanepa.org. Proof of your race results totaling 3.1 miles must be in the form of a screenshot of GPS data used from running apps such as Garmin, Strava, MapMyRun, etc. You are also permitted to run or walk the race on a treadmill.

*Please adhere to all social distancing guidelines while competing in this event.*

Awards: Medals will be awarded to overall Male and Female runners. Medals will be awarded for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place, with best overall times in eight age categories. 

15 & Under  
16-19
20-29
30-39
40-49
50-59
60-69
70 & Up
Medals will be awarded for first place overall Male and Female walkers. Medals will also be awarded to the 2nd and 3rd place walkers.

Please note that this is a live results link and will continue to update as results come in. Winners of each age group will be notified on Thursday, August 6th. 

About Pauly Friedman: Pauly Friedman was a Board Member at Family Service Association of NEPA (FSA). She served as Board Chair from 1988 through 1990 and organized the first fundraiser for FSA in modern history. Pauly also formed the Friends Committee, the volunteering fundraising arm of FSA. The Walk/Run is in memory of Pauly and her commitment to families. Proceeds raised from this event will benefit PA 211 NE/Help Line, Pauly’s favorite program at FSA.

About PA 211 NE/Help Line: PA 211 NE/Help Line is a program run by Family Service Association of NEPA serving 17 counties as an information and referral service and first response point for crisis calls, available 24/7/365. While many calls in recent months have been COVID-19 related, we are also receiving calls for help with utility assistance, food banks, emergency housing, child abuse/neglect, mental health, substance abuse, victim services, aging services and volunteer opportunities. All calls are free and confidential. Last fiscal year, 211/Help Line handled 96,408 callers. To access 211/Help Line, simply dial 2-1-1, text your zip code to 898211 or visit pa211ne.org.

For questions or Sponsorship Opportunities, please contact Amber Loomis at ALoomis@fsanepa.org or (570) 823-5144 ext. 309.
 

Sep
12
Sat
Bike Trail Event | Benefiting Family Promise of Carbon County @ Weissport Park
Sep 12 @ 9:00 am – 2:00 pm

CYCLE OUT HOMELESSNESS
3rd Annual Family Promise Bike Event in partnership with AllOne Charities

 

 

 

Family Promise is a non-profit organization that provides a safe shelter for homeless children and their families, offering an alternative to sleeping in cars in local parking lots. The program’s budget is modest and provides a high return on investment. Family Promise organizes volunteers to prepare and serve meals and coordinates sleeping locations each week in area churches. By using volunteers, Family Promise leverages each dollar donated to the organization to provide more than $3 worth of services to homeless children and their families. This event will help raise money needed for operating expenses and bring awareness that there is homelessness in our communities. The goal of the community bike event is to raise $10,000.  We need every community member to share the Family Promise story with their friends to help meet the fundraising goal. The money we raise will make a direct and positive impact on the homeless children enrolled in our program.

Registration:
$35 for adult, $15 for child. Bike rentals available at $20.00 per bike. Must register by August 31st and be present day of the event to receive a cool Event T-shirt

Unable to attend the day of the event but would still like to participate for a great cause? Register as a Virtual Participant (Rider,Runner, or Walker)- $35. Simply register as a Virtual Participant and post a picture of you participating to our Facebook Event Page and you will be entered to win a prize!

After registering, go to our Family Promise Cycle Homelessness Facebook Event page and share our event link with friends, family, and co-workers asking them to sponsor you to help meet our Fundraising goal. 

This year, due to COVID-19, Social Distancing and CDC requirements will be followed at the park to ensure participant health and wellness. 

Each rider that reaches the Glenn Onoko Finish Point receives a ticket to win a Fit Bit Versa 2 Watch!

 

Oct
6
Tue
19th Annual U.S. Conference on disABILITY @ University of Scranton
Oct 6 all-day

19th Annual U.S. Conference on disABILITY

EXPLORING AUTISM ACROSS THE SPECTRUM: Building inclusive communities

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Temple Grandin

Dr. Temple Grandin is a world-renowned animal behaviorist and autism spokesperson. Born in 1947, Grandin was diagnosed with autism at the age of two. At the time, autism was considered a form of brain injury. Her parents worked tirelessly to secure the best possible care and instruction for their daughter. Still, social interactions were difficult for Grandin through middle and high school.

Grandin persevered, going on to earn a degree in psychology from Franklin Pierce College, a master’s degree in animal science from Arizona State University and a doctoral degree in animal science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She first spoke publicly about autism in the 1980’s, and has since become an autism advocate, worldwide.

She is widely known and respected for her work regarding animal welfare, neurology and philosophy, and has authored best-selling books and articles on this subject. She has received several honorary degrees, is a fellow of the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers, and has been featured in television and radio shows. In 2010, HBO released the film Temple Grandin, which won five Emmy Awards.

In addition to presenting the opening keynote at the daylong Conference on DisAbility, Dr. Grandin will be featured at an evening Town Hall. At Dr. Grandin’s request there will be a special gathering especially for the youth of local 4-H groups.

Chris Banks, MBA., chief executive officer and president as of the Autism Society of America, and Jose Velasco, vice president of Product Management at SAP and SAP Autism at Work program will also deliver keynote addresses. The conference will also feature professional and family track sessions and a vendor expo.

The conference, to be held on the campus of the University of Scranton, is presented by the Panuska College of Professional Studies and the Edward R. Leahy, Jr. Endowment in partnership with AllOne Foundation. For information, contact  Rebecca.Dalgin@scranton.edu or Lori.Bruch@scranton.edu or visit scranton.edu/disabilityconference.  The conference is open to the public free of charge.

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Sponsorship Levels

COMMUNITY CHAMPION: $5,000Banner at each event Logo on website and link Recognition on social media Recognition of email communication 8 participants per event

HEALTH CHAMPION: $2,500Signage at each event Logo on website Recognition on social media Recognition on email communication 4 participants per event

FITNESS CHAMPION: $1,000Listing on signage at each event Recognition on social media 2 participants per event

SHAPING IT CHAMPION: $500Listing on signage at each event 2 participants per event

GOING FOR IT CHAMPION: $2502 participant per event

CHAMPION: $100