500 volunteers, 29 projects, one big day presented by Libro Credit Union. On Thursday, June 14, 2018, nearly 500 volunteers will roll up their sleeves to help social service agencies and improve lives locally.
London for All, the city-wide initiative to end poverty in a generation, is posting significant wins as it wraps up year one. Of the 112 recommendations slated for the next three years, 27 targets have been met
Who says superheroes aren’t real? The GenNext community gathered at The Pickle Social Club last night to celebrate the superheroes among us.
When Mandi Fields visited a local food bank nine years ago, she was shocked she couldn’t find any menstrual hygiene products. Thanks to her refusal to accept empty shelves – and a little support from United Way — things look a lot different today.
Kyla Woodcock is no stranger to organizing a team. As founder of Forest City Sport & Social Club, 10 years old and going strong, she’s developed a successful business based on bringing people together for fun and community.
London Life Youth United Advisory Council has awarded six new grants to youth-initiated projects that address local issues…
United Way Elgin Middlesex celebrated a community full of opportunity at its first ever Impact Celebration on April 24 from 4:30–6:30 p.m. at Boler Mountain Chalet.
On March 6, a record 31 communities across the country took part in Tampon Tuesday. Participating communities, backed by local United Ways and Centraides (UWCs)
Go with the Flo is asking people to donate menstrual hygiene products throughout March. Often absent on the shelves of food banks and other social service agencies, these products…
They knew it was going to be uncomfortable, difficult and cold. But nothing could prepare them for the incredible outpouring of warmth and support.