Save the Date! The 25rd Annual Make a Difference Day will be held Saturday, October 13th, 2018. 
Make a Difference Day is for everyone!
Each year, hundreds of volunteers ranging from children to college students to adults, come together to complete more than 100 projects. In one day, a wide range of projects are completed throughout Western Crawford County including leaf raking, wheel chair ramp building, painting, general clean-up, and much more!

The Make a Difference Day (MADD) Hotline (814) 337-1251 opens Wednesday, September 5th and closes September 21st. Those who have projects they would like to have completed by Make A Difference Day crews may call the hotline during this time*.  We also welcome groups and individuals looking to volunteer to register via the link on the United Way website: www.untiedwaywcc.org.

The MADD Committee is seeking financial and project material donations for Make a Difference Day as well as other year-round Community Improvement Center (CIC) projects.  For more information on MADD/CIC project applications, volunteer sign up or donations, please contact United Way at (814) 337-1251.

* Organizers stress that submitting an application doesn’t guarantee the project will be accepted. Volunteers must visit work sites to assess the safety and the scope of the project.

Contact: United Way of Western Crawford County
Phone: 814-337-1251
Email: uway@uwaywestcc.org


The Meadville Lions Club is currently collecting eyeglasses and hearing aids until October 16 to recycle and distribute around the world to those in need. The Unitarian Church has a recycle box in the Lobby of the Parish Hall and hopes you will consider donating glasses and hearing aids that are no longer in use. For further information contact : Mary Lynne Peters (mlpeters16335@gmail.com). The Meadville Lions Club thanks you for your continued support. Remember- “Wherever there’s a need, there’s a Lion!”


BIG BROTHERS AND BIG SISTERS (affiliated with Family Services of NW PA)

Is looking for mentors to help with their program.  For more information, contact the office or check out the poster in the Parish House. For more information visit http://www.fsnwpa.org/our-services/parent-education/big-brothers-big-sisters-program/ .