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For people of the North Country, United Helpers delivers the specialized medical, physical, and emotional support needed to be connected to life. We've been caring for our neighbors for more than 120 years, and no other provider comes close to the reach of our network, the breadth of our services, or the depth of our commitment. United Helpers is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit.

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732 Ford Street, Ogdensburg, NY 13669

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Your giving to United Helpers

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.

 

Ways you can give

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

Quick giving you can do on your own

Or,  you can give hope to everyone who dreams of and relies on United Helpers for a fuller life.

Thank you!

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Help to continue a legacy

Be a part of an inspiring history. 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. (Pictured above: Five residents of the UH Children’s Home, circa 1936.)

2021 Society Board of Directors

Joseph A. Finnegan (Madrid) — President

Michael Curtis (Liverpool) — Secretary / Treasurer

Bette Bergeron (Potsdam)

Deb Bixby (Ogdensburg)

Barbara Brown (Ogdensburg)

Barbara Gordon (Potsdam)

Yvonne Lewandowski (Heuvelton)

Amy Nugent (Ogdensburg)

Corey Prashaw (Gouverneur)

Molly Pressey (Norfolk)

Patti Wood (Clayton)