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STATEMENT OF EQUITY AND INCLUSION For nearly 100 years, equity and inclusion have been the cornerstone of our work at the United Way of Greater Hazleton, Inc. We recognize and cherish the rich history of various and diverse ethnic and religious cultures that have created the foundations of our cultural heritage. Because of this, we strive that that all persons with and served by United Way shall reflect, without exclusion, the many faces and walks of life that proudly make up our community with respect to age; race; religion; skin color; gender; nationality; language differences; veteran status; sexual orientation; gender identity; intellectual or developmental disabilities; socioeconomic status; work and behavioral styles; parental status; and the perspectives of each individual shaped by their nation, culture and experiences. We commit to equity and inclusion as core values and practices to advance our mission of connecting people, resources and organizations to create a thriving community for everyone. It is necessary to focus on race, ethnicity and socioeconomic status, as well as other intersectional identities, to end the historical, social and systemic inequities that persist in our region and nation. We acknowledge that we can only be successful if we recognize, raise up and support leaders from underrepresented neighborhoods. United Way is committed to engaging these leaders as partners, donors and volunteers. We can only eliminate inequity when all individuals reach their fullest human potential. We maintain that building and sustaining equity in our community requires an ongoing commitment to diversity and inclusion that is fully expressed in our organizational culture, values, norms and behaviors.

To contact us:

United Way of Greater Hazleton, Inc.
200 West Chapel Street, Second Floor
Hazleton, Pennsylvania 18201