United Way of Berks County

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e-C Impact Login

e-C Impact is United Way of Berks County’s on-line system for managing all aspects of its resource investment processes. Through e-C Impact, agencies will submit applications for various funding opportunities including annual allocations and grants as well as providing reports and accountability documents.

Community volunteers who participate on Resource Investment Review Teams and other funding review panels will also have electronic access to agency and program information to assist in their decision making.

Authorized users have been issued login information.

If you are an agency, click here to enter

If you are a volunteer, click here to enter

If you need assistance accessing e-C Impact, or navigating the system, please contact Jen O'Brien at 610-685-4586 or Ethel Kramer at 610-685-4555





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Community Impact Contacts

Pat Giles, Senior Vice President, Community Impact


Stella Leonti, Director of Education


Jane Moyer, Early Care and Education Program Director


Jen O'Brien, Community Impact Director


Darby Wiekrykas, Volunteer Engagement Program Manager



UWBC Initiatives and Programs

United Way Initiatives and Programs

Berks Early Care and Education Council

FamilyWize Discount Drug Program


Community Collaborations

Berks Money in Your Pocket Coalition


Special Funded Programs

Greater Berks Food Bank

RACC English as a Second Language Program

Reading Housing Authority Wellness Program

Did You Know?

Berks County faces many challenges each day that impact the present and future quality of life for many of its residents. Did you know…………..

  • Record numbers of Berks County residents (over 60,000) are receiving SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assiatance Program) benefits
  • Between 2009 and 2011, there was a 33% increase in the number of Berks County residents who received SNAP benefits.
  • Over 50% of the SNAP Recipients in Berks County are below the age of 20.
  • 14% of Berks County families with children under the age of 18 were living below the poverty level.
  • The City of Reading is ranked as one of the nation’s poorest cities, having the highest poverty rate in Pennsylvania and the sixth highest in the country. (among cities with a population above 65,000)
  • Almost 17% of the Berks County adult population did not possess a high school diploma.
  • The Reading School District estimates that 70% of children entering kindergarten lack one or more skills needed to be successful in school.
  • The City of Reading has one of the highest rates of births to teen mothers in the state of Pennsylvania.