Twin County United WayÂ’s 21st Annual Day of Caring is this Friday, May 12



Twin County United Way Day of Caring 2017


More than 300 volunteers have signed up to participate in Twin County United WayÂ’s annual Day of Caring, a community-wide day of service for local nonprofits.

Day of Caring presenting sponsor is Regence BlueShield of Idaho.  Team sponsors are P1FCU and Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories.  T-shirt sponsor is ArtBeat.


Day of Caring brings together local businesses, employees and community groups to provide a half-day of volunteer service. Volunteers will participate in variety of meaningful, hands-on projects for 17 local nonprofits.


Friday, May 12, 2017

8 a.m.: Kick-off event

8:30 a.m. to noon: Onsite volunteer service (List of locations available)

Noon: Volunteer thank you lunch with pizza from FazzariÂ’s!


The kick-off event takes place at the Lewiston Community Center (1424 Main Street, Lewiston), parking lot is in back, enter from G Street.

After kick-off, volunteers will head to more than 25 project sites (full list available) and then return to the Community Center for a volunteer thank you lunch.

Media contact:

Sam Skinner, Executive Director, Twin County United Way

(208) 305-1379 cell, (208) 743-6594 office,,  #tcuw  @TwinCountyUW







Mar. 22, 2017

For immediate release:


 Come to Waffles n’ More Thursday evening, Mar. 23 and enjoy “Breakfast for Dinner”

Twin County United WayÂ’s Women United fundraiser to support kindergarten readiness in the LC Valley


Breakfast for Dinner fundraiser: Waffles n’ More “Half the Farm” breakfast.  Breakfast includes a scrambled egg, bacon, hash browns, toast, half a waffle and a coffee or soda.

Tickets are $10 each and available at the Twin County United Way office (208) 743-6594, Waffles n’ More or from any Women United member. Tickets will also be available at the door and “to go” orders will also be accepted.


Twin County United Way Women United.  Thank you to event sponsors: Waffles n’ More, Regence BlueShield of Idaho, Clearwater Paper, Printcraft Printing and Cover Me Tees.


To raise funds to support Twin County United WayÂ’s kindergarten boot camps and other kindergarten readiness efforts in the LC Valley.

Who should attend:

Everyone who likes breakfast for dinner, anyone who likes bacon, anyone looking for an excuse not to cook dinner on March 23 and those who support kindergarten readiness in our community.


Thursday, Mar. 23 between 5 to 8 p.m.


Waffles nÂ’ More, 1421 Main St., Lewiston, Idaho

Media contact:

Sam Skinner, executive director, Twin County United Way, (208) 305-1379 cell, (208) 743-6594 office

Charity Rapier, Chair, Women United, (208) 413-4822 cell, (208) 799-1295 office

More information on the Breakfast for Dinner Facebook Event Page

The Twin County United Way will be collecting new and gently used books for the Lewiston Library Summer Reading Program and children in our community.

Donation locations will be all over the Valley including the Twin County United WayÂ’s office. Books may be collected during April 24th-28th.

Why: Focus on educating community members about the dire issues associated with summer learning loss for low-income children and provide community members with an opportunity to become part of the solution by donating a new or gently-used childrenÂ’s book.

How: The United Way Week of Action Book drive provides a real, tangible solution to those who are eager to make a difference in the lives of low-income children in our community.

Where: Donation locations are all around the Lewis-Clark Valley! Below is a list of participating businesses in our community:

  • Twin County United Way: 2207 E. Main St., Lewiston
  • Washington Trust Bank: 102 Thain Rd D, Lewiston
  • Lewiston City Library: 411 D St, Lewiston
  • Kodiak Coffee Company: 1702 21st St #114, Lewiston
  • Asotin County PUD: 1500 Scenic Way, Clarkston
  • Troy Insurance Agency: 1822 18th Ave, Lewiston
  • Stifel: 301 D St c, Lewiston
  • Lewis Clark Credit Union: 162617th St., Lewiston
  • Lewis Clark Valley Chamber of Commerce: 502 Bridge St., Lewiston
  • Express Employment: 624 Bryden Ave., Lewiston
  • P1FCU: All locations in Lewiston & Clarkston
  • And Books Too: 918 6th St., Clarkston

Would you like your business to be a location for collection? Call the Twin County United Way (208) 743-6594!

Download a poster here!


January 31, 2017

  • Contact:
  • Samantha Skinner, Executive Director, Twin County United Way
  • Cell: (208) 305-1379, E-mail:
  • Twin County United Way office: (208) 743-6594

Twin County United Way’s 2nd Sip, Swing and Support is set for Feb. 10

Proceeds to benefit the Community Fund, supporting efforts to improve lives in the LC Valley

LEWIS-CLARK VALLEY – The Twin County United Way’s second Sip, Swing and Support for our Community is right around the corner.  The event takes place on Friday, Feb. 10 at Lindsay Creek Vineyards in Lewiston.  Doors open at 6:45 p.m. and music by The Swing Notes begins at 7 p.m. The Swing Notes will play from 7 – 9 p.m. followed by DJ music until 11 p.m. Advance tickets are on sale now and are $25 each through Jan. 31.  Tickets will be available for $35 each after Feb. 1 and will also be available at the door.

This year’s event is sponsored by Roger’s Motors.  The inaugural Sip, Swing and Support took place in Nov. 2015, when the McIntosh family, who own Lindsay Creek Vineyards, were the Twin County United Way’s honorary campaign chairs and hosted the new event.  The event raises funds for the United Way’s Community Fund.  The Community Fund provides grants for LOCAL nonprofit programs working to address critical needs identified in our community and efforts to advance education, income and health – benefiting and strengthening our entire community.

The event includes music, dancing, hors d’oeuvres and each ticket includes one complimentary glass of Lindsay Creek Vineyards wine or beer. Table sponsorships are still available. Tickets can be purchased at the Twin County United Way office at 2207 East Main in Lewiston or at Lindsay Creek Vineyards at 3107 Powers Ave., Lewiston.  Tickets can also be purchased online at or by calling the Twin County United Way office at (208) 743-6594. 

Photo of the Swing Notes performing at the last Sip, Swing and Support. Additional information and more photos are available on the
Sip, Swing and Support webpage. 



About the Twin County United Way

The Twin County United Way works to identify needs, unite people and share resources to improve lives of those in Nez Perce and Asotin counties. The United Way focuses on identifying the most critical community needs in three areas:  education, health and income. Then, it works to secure resources and provide coordinated support for local nonprofit partners working to address these needs. More information can be found at










Aug. 30, 2016


Samantha Skinner, Executive Director, Twin County United Way

Cell: (208) 305-1379, E-mail:

Twin County United Way office: 2207 E. Main, Lewiston, (208) 743-6594


Kevin Driskill, Principal, Lewiston High School

LHS office: (208) 748-3100

Twin County United Way and Lewiston High School partner to promote student volunteerism

First day of school activities for 260 Lewiston High Seniors will include volunteer service

LEWISTON – The Twin County United Way has partnered with Lewiston High School to get local students excited about volunteering.  The Annual Twin County United Way Student Day of Caring provides an avenue for students to engage in brief, but meaningful volunteer service projects.  And, new to this year, it will be incorporated with Lewiston High School’s first day of school activities for 260 Seniors.

From street clean-up and park beautification to providing volunteer service to a number of local nonprofits, the students will engage in a variety of activities. The Day of Caring is intended to inspire students to continue to volunteer throughout the year and into the future.

Lewiston High School principal, Kevin Driskill, said, “I feel our community provides incredible support to our school’s students, clubs and athletic programs. This is an opportunity for our students to give back to the community.” Students will have fun and experience the rewards of volunteering while learning about the important work of local nonprofits and how we can all make a difference where we live.

Student volunteers will gather at Vollmer Bowl at 9 a.m. to load busses and travel to more than 20 different volunteer locations, including the Twin County United Way office where several larger projects will take place.  Each volunteer project is estimated to take approximately two hours.  Students will then return to the high school for lunch and activities through the end of the school day.

Sponsors making this event possible include PEAK Performance Physical Therapy, Express Employment Professionals, Dutch Bros Lewiston and ArtBeat.


About the Twin County United Way

The Twin County United Way was established in Lewiston in 1950.  Its mission is to identify needs, unite people and share resources to improve lives of those in Nez Perce and Asotin counties. For more information, visit