WILKES-BARRE (WOLF) — United Way of Wyoming Valley is celebrating 100 years of helping our communities.
CEO and president Bill Jones received the key to the city of Wilkes-Barre on Wednesday.
He and mayor George Brown also recreated an iconic United Way photo from 1985.
From the 1970s to the 90s- United Way leaders took a photo on Public Square to kick off that year's fundraising campaign.
"100 years of giving back to the community," Brown said. "The hundreds of thousands of people they've effected in a positive way. Also we're looking for United Way to be a partner in the dispersion of the American Recovery Plan money.
There are three different ways to give to this year’s 100th anniversary campaign for the United Way of Wyoming Valley.
1. Donate at unitedwaywb.org/donate
2. Send a check to its office at 100 North Pennsylvania Avenue, 2nd Floor Wilkes-Barre, PA
3. Text the word “Support” to the number 26989