UNITED WAY OF WESTCHESTER AND PUTNAM INC
336 CENTRAL PARK AVE, WHITE PLAINS, NY 106061502 www.uwwp.org

Total Revenue
$7,853,299
Total Expenses
$7,790,556
Net Assets
$3,238,003

Organizations Filed Purposes: THE MISSION OF UWWP IS TO HELP LOCAL RESIDENTS BECOME SELF-SUFFICIENT AND THRIVE IN A STRONGER COMMUNITY. THE UNITED WAY OF WESTCHESTER AND PUTNAM (UWWP) IS DEDICATED TO IMPROVING THE LIVES OF 40% OF OUR NEIGHBORS WHO LIVE IN POVERTY OR PAYCHECK TO PAYCHECK. THESE ARE OFTEN HARDWORKING FAMILIES STRUGGLING TO MAKE ENDS MEET AND PROVIDE A BETTER LIFE FOR THEIR CHILDREN.WE DO THIS BY INVESTING IN EDUCATION AND TRAINING PROGRAMS WITH PROVEN RESULTS. BY PROVIDING DIRECT SERVICES TO THOSE WHO STRUGGLE. AND BY FOSTERING COLLABORATIONS WITH OTHER COMMUNITY STAKEHOLDERS, LEADERS AND PARTNERS.OUR WORK POSITIVELY IMPACTS TENS OF THOUSANDS OF INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILIES EVERY YEAR.

IN ADDITION TO UNITED WAY'S CAMPAIGN IN WHICH DONORS CONTRIBUTE TO THE COMMUNITY IMPACT GENERAL FUND, OR A SPECIFIC INITIATIVE, UWWP WILL ALSO PROCESS CONTRIBUTIONS TO OTHER UNITED WAYS AND/OR 501(C)(3) AGENCIES PER DONOR REQUEST.

UNITED WAY'S COMMUNITY IMPACT (CI) INITIATIVES ARE AT THE HEART OF OUR MISSION TO PUT PEOPLE AND FAMILIES IN WESTCHESTER AND PUTNAM ON A PATH TOWARD SELF-SUFFICIENCY. THE VOLUNTEER-LED BOARD OF DIRECTORS BELIEVES A DONATION DIRECTED TO UWWP'S COMMUNITY IMPACT FUND IS THE SINGLE BEST WAY TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN OUR COMMUNITIES. THROUGH OUR COMMUNITY IMPACT FUND, DONORS' GIFTS ARE TARGETED TO SPECIFIC INITIATIVES AND BASED ON COMMUNITY NEEDS THESE INITIATIVES ARE RESEARCHED AND MONITORED BY UNITED WAY STAFF AND OUR VOLUNTEERS. THESE INVESTMENTS ARE AIMED AT THE OBJECTIVES OF ENSURING THAT CHILDREN HAVE THE PREPARATION TO BE SUCCESSFUL IN SCHOOL AND THEIR FUTURES; THAT ADULTS ARE PREPARED TO FIND GOOD EMPLOYMENT TO CREATE STABLE HOUSEHOLDS AND THEREBY HELP CREATE AND CONTRIBUTE TO THE LARGER THRIVING COMMUNITY. EVERYTHING WE DO SUPPORTS THE BUILDING BLOCKS FOR BETTER LIVES AND THRIVING COMMUNITY.

UNITED WAY'S 2-1-1 HELPLINE AND ONLINE REFERRAL DATABASE OFFERS FREE INFORMATION, REFERRAL, ASSESSMENT, AND CRISIS SUPPORT TO HELP PEOPLE ACCESS THE EDUCATION, HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES THEY NEED TO ADDRESS EVERYDAY CHALLENGES. OUR 2-1-1 SERVICE AND TEAM ALSO PLAY A CRUCIAL ROLE DURING TIMES OF DISASTER AND OTHER COMMUNITY EMERGENCIES BY SERVING AS GOVERNMENT'S DEDICATED "POINT OF INFORMATION" DIRECTING PEOPLE TO SAFE SHELTERS, DRY ICE, FOOD, AND OTHER BASIC NEEDS. 2-1-1 IS A CONFIDENTIAL, MULTILINGUAL AND COMPREHENSIVE SERVICE WITH A DATABASE OF MORE THAN 25,000 SERVICES AND PROGRAMS THAT ARE UPDATED THROUGHOUT THE YEAR. 2-1-1 CAN BE ACCESSED FROM ANY TYPE OF PHONE THROUGHOUT THE HUDSON VALLEY 24/7 365 DAYS A YEAR, TO QUICKLY SPEAK WITH A PROFESSIONALLY TRAINED CALL SPECIALIST (TRANSLATION SERVICES ARE AVAILABLE IN MORE THAN 200 LANGUAGES). THE COMMUNITY ALSO ACCESSES 2-1-1 RESOURCES THROUGH OUR WEBSITE AT WWW.HUDSON211.ORG. 2-1-1 MAINTAINS THE MOST UP TO DATE COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES DATABASE IN THE REGION AND IS UTILIZED FOR REFERRALS FOR CALLERS, SOCIAL SERVICES PROFESSIONALS. 2-1-1 HAS LONG ALLOWED OTHER NOT-FOR-PROFIT AND GOVERNMENT AGENCIES TO REALIZE CONCRETE COST SAVINGS AND IMPROVED SERVICE TO THEIR CONSTITUENTS IN THE COMMUNITY.FOR FISCAL YEAR 18/19 UNITED WAY'S 211 HELPLINE FIELDED A TOTAL OF 75,929 PHONE CALLS FROM FOUR REGIONS (HUDSON VALLEY, ADIRONDACKS, NORTHEAST AND LONG ISLAND) ACROSS NEW YORK, OF WHICH 48,450 WERE FROM THE HUDSON VALLEY. DURING THE SAME PERIOD, THERE WERE 9,454 SEARCHES OF OUR DATABASE OF OVER 25,000 HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICE RESOURCES, VIA WWW.HUDSON211.ORG.FUNDING SOURCES FOR 2-1-1 INCLUDE CONTRACTS/FEE FOR SERVICE FROM THE UNITED WAYS IN THE HUDSON VALLEY (INCLUDING UWWP) AN GRANTS/CONTRACTS WITH LOCAL AND STATE GOVERNMENTAL ENTITIES.

Executives Listed on Filing

Total Salary includes financial earnings, benefits, and all related organization earnings listed on tax filing

NameTitleHours Per WeekTotal Salary
Alana SweenyPRESIDENT & CEO, THRU JUNE 201945$158,380
Carlene GentilescoCHIEF OPERATING OFFICER53$123,487
Roseann WinterSR VP FOR FINANCE, THRU JUNE 201946$110,980
Drew CoburnCHEIF IMPACT OFFICER, THRU APR. 201953$102,574
Janet WalkerDIRECTOR2$0
Verionica ShipDIRECTOR2$0
Ingrid RichardsDIRECTOR2$0
William Mooney Iii EsqDIRECTOR2$0
Mecca SantanaDIRECTOR2$0
Michael GoldrickDIRECTOR, THRU NOV. 20182$0
Kate McdonoughDIRECTOR2$0
Taryn DuffyDIRECTOR2$0
Donald CalabreseDIRECTOR2$0
David StutzDIRECTOR, THRU NOV. 20182$0
Jeffrey ParaschacDIRECTOR2$0
Matthew LynessDIRECTOR2$0
Charles DorstDIRECTOR2$0
Joanne E WrightDIRECTOR2$0
Frederick P WienerDIRECTOR2$0
George TroyanoDIRECTOR, THRU NOV. 20182$0
Lawrence A RuggieriDIRECTOR, THRU NOV. 20182$0
Stephen K HunterDIRECTOR2$0
Nan HayworthDIRECTOR2$0
Vincent D'AmbrosoDIRECTOR2$0
Jeannette Warner EsqDIRECTOR2$0
David M Yawman EsqPAST CHAIR2$0
Eric D EllerTREASURER2$0
Aleida M FredericoSECRETARY2$0
Bud HammerCO-VICE CHAIR RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT2$0
Maria TrusaCO-VICE CHAIR RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT2$0
Gregory D BassukVICE CHAIR COMMUNITY IMPACT2$0
Kenneth J Gould EsqVICE CHAIR ADMINISTRATION2$0
Michael J Piazza JrVICE CHAIR AT LARGE2$0
June BlancCHAIR6$0

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