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United Way of Hunterdon County believes in the value of recruiting culturally diverse volunteers and then training them to be effective leaders. The Board... More +
A new nine-week faith-based program being offered by United Way of Hunterdon County and the Hunterdon Healthcare System is bringing nutrition education... More +
Flemington, NJ – United Way is seeing a dramatic increase in volunteering – with more than double the rate of growth in volunteers compared to the U.S.... More +
Anderson E. Lee, from Flemington Car & Truck Country in Flemington, delivered 3,816 diapers that were donated during their annual family picnic.  
Frenchtown Elementary School’s iRun4Life team collected 558 diapers during its Great Diaper Race to support United Way of Hunterdon County and NORWESCAP’s... More +
Family Promise of Hunterdon County recently hosted its annual Box City fundraiser, held on the Hunterdon Central High School practice field in Flemington... More +
A new nine-week faith-based program being offered by United Way of Hunterdon County and the Hunterdon Healthcare System is bringing nutrition education... More +
If you are looking for an opportunity to give back and want to connect to your community in new ways, United Way of Hunterdon County’s Volunteer &... More +
ExxonMobil employees continue to engage in community support volunteer work as part of their United Way campaign. The 3,625 pounds of food collected for... More +
United Way of Hunterdon County is once again pleased to offer Volunteer & Mentor Readiness 101. This interactive workshop, which is being held in... More +

NJ 211

211 was launched statewide in 2005. A companion Web site  was created in 2006.

Visitors to the site will gain access to the statewide database, which now holds facts and contact information on over 13,000programs, as well as resource pages that have been created to address select topics like Hurricane Preparedness, Avoiding Foreclosure, and Getting Flu Ready, to name a few. These focused resource pages provide a summary of information that is available on the select topic as well as important links to related state resources.

If preferred, people can call 2-1-1 and speak with a call specialist who will provide assistance in searching the database or looking for answers to callers’ dilemmas. From the beginning, 211 was designed to answer questions and address situations that were anything other than life threatening.

When faced with a life threatening emergency, residents should call 911. For everything else, citizens are encouraged to contact 211 either by picking up the phone (land line, cell phone and many voice over Internet providers) and dialing 211or by going to

The call centers, staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, are equipped to address the needs of families in crisis, by identifying such necessities as local shelters or food pantries, and providing information on how to apply for food stamps or other government assistance programs.  Everyday needs are also handled and call specialists frequently respond to inquiries regarding the availability of such things as local preschool programs or adult care centers. Additionally, the system provides critical information during times of emergencies, as it did during Hurricane Sandy.

211 is a statewide information and assessment network designed to connect people in need with government, social services and community resources that provide assistance. This free, confidential service is supported by United Way in partnership with the State of New Jersey.