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COVID-19 Response Update
April 2020
Partnership with Ulster County to Address Hunger

  In collaboration with Ulster County government, United Way has helped launch Project Resilience, which distributes 1,500 meals per day to 22 municipalities in Ulster County in cooperation with 128 local restaurants and food service providers. Click to: request a meal , become a food provider , or donate to Project Resilience .
United Way's Essential Employees Continue to Serve

As “essential employees” three United Way staff members have been in the office at 450 Albany Avenue providing financial assistance through our Emergency and Homelessness Prevention Fund to local residents in need of immediate rental assistance, fuel oil, hot water, car repairs, wireless service, baby formula, prescription drugs, and more.

We are also educating community members via phone and e-mail about the newly established federal relief programs.
United Way's Emergency and Homelessness Prevention Fund
We are working closely with local immigrant groups to ensure that their members, who have little or no income as a result of the COVID-19 crisis, and may not be eligible for federal aid, are aware of our Emergency and Homelessness Prevention Fund to ensure their families have access to food and shelter.
Census 2020 Continues
We hope to continue with our Census 2020 initiative as soon as possible to help ensure that hard to reach populations, including those who are low income, disabled, and immigrants, complete their census forms because of the impact it has on federal aid to assist the most vulnerable populations in our community.

Do your part and complete the 2020 Census online and be counted!
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450 Albany Avenue
Kingston, NY 12401
845.331.4199 . FAX: 845.331.4789
We believe that it is the right of every individual in Ulster County to have programs and services available to help them achieve their greatest potential.