Uniontown Hospital is proud to partner with local and national organizations dedicated to making a healthy difference in the community. From our annual engagement with the American Heart Association and March of Dimes to our affiliation and support of the Uniontown City Mission and Fayette County Children and Youth, we are committed to providing our support to the organizations that are committed to the health of our community.
Through our Community Engagment Team and our Community Relations Department, we engage with muliplte groups to help support numerous area residents.
Our engagements include:
American Heart Association annual Heart Walk and Heart Ball, which includes corporate sponsorship of both events, fundraising efforts and participation, as well as the annual Fayette County Heart Story of the Year presented by Uniontown Hospital.
The March of Dimes annual march for babies including corporate sponsorship, fundraising and particpation.
The American Cancer Society and the annual Relay for Life through organizational sponsorship, fundraising and participation.
The Storey Square Summer Concert Series that Uniontown Hospital acts as the primary sponsor for annually and coordinates all concert events and activities. For more details on this annual series of events, click here.
The Healthy Lifestyle Task Force Wednedsay Walks, which we support through monetary donation, particpation and providing water for the weekly walking tours.
Uniontown City Mission where we annually collect and provide school supplies and Christmas gifts for children.
Fayette County Children and Youth Services for which we annually provide bookbags, as well as winter hats and gloves.
Fayette County Domestic Violence for which we annually provide backpacks and winter hats and gloves.
The Uniontown City Police which includes an annual donation of bookbags.
Food drives and food supplies for several organizations annually, including St. Vincent DePaul, the City Mission, Salvation Army and the Food Bank.
And many more financial sponsorships and local engagments of groups focused on providing for the needs of Fayette County.