Updates, How We Are Protecting Your UH Family, and How You Can Help 

Your Giving to United Helpers


UH recently hosted an informative webinar called “You Mean I Can Be a Hero, Too? Surprising Giving Possibilities Inspired by a Pandemic." To learn about a few straightforward options that can help you while also ensuring UH's strong future, please watch: 



If you have any questions, please contact us at giving@unitedhelpers.org.


The time is right for you to be a hero to United Helpers. Your gift means more now than ever. Help us to secure the wonderful, critical mission of United Helpers for well into the future, for our family and neighbors.


A wonderful advantage for you to consider is that the federal CARES Act includes a charitable giving deduction for up to $300 whether you itemize or not, and suspends limits on some 2020 cash giving (for individuals, the 50% of adjusted gross income limit is suspended for 2020).

Please be a part of safeguarding our community and loved ones. These are ways you can help:

Five girls living at the UH Children's Home in 1936, State Street, Ogdensburg NYBe a part of an inspiring hi-story. United Helpers began with a dream to create a caring organization, thanks to a group of visionaries. In 1898, ten St. Lawrence County women each gave one hundred dollars to form the Society of the United Helpers as a safe haven for children who needed a stable home. (The photo at left pictures five residents of the UH Children's Home, circa 1936.)


Today, you can be a part of their vision to provide for people in need, of all ages! You can give hope to everyone who dreams of and relies on United Helpers for a fuller life. We invite you to be an active part of our donor family:

Contact us at 315-714-3110 x522 or giving@unitedhelpers.org
Last reviewed: Jun 24 2020