Ithaca College Student United Way

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The Ithaca College Student United Way (IC SUW) is a student-led initiative dedicated to community-wide charitable and volunteer efforts. IC SUW raises funds to award to local nonprofits through a competitive grant process. IC SUW acts as a link between the campus community and local organizations. IC SUW provides students with experience in the nonprofit sector and grant writing, as well as opportunities to engage with the local community and encourage youth empowerment. 
United Way of Tompkins County is proud to support the students with training, volunteer placement, grant administration and financial oversight. 

Congratulations to Ithaca College Student United Way for winning the United Way Worldwide EDUCATION Promising Practice Award in 2014 for their integral role in launching the UWTC Youth Venture program.
IC Student United Way Grants
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View 2014 awardees.
View 2013 awardees.
View 2011 awardees.
View 2010 awardees.
United Way/Ashoka Youth Venture
United Way Youth Venture is a new program that supports young people in designing and implementing social ventures at Dryden High School and Lehman Alternative Community School.  IC SUW supports United Way Youth Venture by mentoring high school students as they develop and launch social ventures and by providing seed money to support these ventures. 
Family Carnival
The annual Spring Family Carnival is IC SUW’s biggest fundraiser.
Ithaca College Student United Way Mission Statement: "We strongly believe that through the combined efforts of all Ithaca College organizations, we can make a larger impact on the community."
For more information on how to become an Ithaca College Student United Way volunteer or to make a contribution to the Ithaca College Student United Way grant fund, please contact the leadership team at