United Way of Pioneer Valley Mobilizes Volunteer Community

Springfield, MA (March 20, 2020)—In these challenging times, United Way of Pioneer Valley is continuing our mission to connect nonprofits with our community of dedicated, hard-working volunteers. With the area’s college students returning home and many seniors opting to stay in their homes, the need for volunteers in Western Massachusetts has never been greater.

United Way Of Pioneer Valley Teams Up With Peter Pan For Annual Stuff The Bus Kick-Off

Springfield, MA; United Way of Pioneer Valley will be kicking off the annual event with Peter Pan Bus Lines to fill 2,200 backpacks with school supplies to help students who are homeless in our region. The Kick-Off event will be held in front of Springfield City Hall at 10:30 AM on Friday July 12th, with a Peter Pan Bus also on site.

Mass2-1-1 announces resources for workers impacted by federal government shutdown

JANUARY 14, 2019 -- As the government shutdown enters its 24th day, the effects are starting to be felt by the 420,000 federal employees working without pay and the 380,000 federal employees who have been furloughed. Last week, thousands of federal employees missed their first paychecks of 2019. Just as significant, during shutdown, janitors, security guards, and other federal contractors receive no back pay.
In response, the United Way of Pioneer Valley and its community partners are preparing for an expected uptick in calls to 2-1-1 from those seeking assistance with rent and mortgage payments, utility bills and groceries. Log on to for further information.

United Way of Pioneer Valley Announces New Leadership and Partnership

Springfield, MA:  The United Way of Pioneer Valley (UWPV) is pleased to announce that it has hired Paul Mina as its new President and CEO as part of an overall management agreement.  Paul, a 29 year resident of Brookfield, brings 30 years of United Way experience to the Pioneer Valley.  In addition, Steve Lowell, President and CEO of Monson Savings Bank, and Chairman of the UWPV Board, announced that the organization was entering into a management agreement with the United Way of Tri-County.  “This partnership with a sister organization will allow us to substantially redu