United Way announced today that it will flow $5.24M to local social service agencies, an exceptional achievement in a pandemic year.
Last night 22 DoGooders from across Middlesex and Elgin Counties stayed up all night–connected virtually from their homes–to raise dollars and awareness for local programs helping people facing barriers to a good life.
United Way joins forces with social services sector leaders to raise the issues for a fair, equitable and inclusive Ontario.
When you need help with life’s challenges, dial 2-1-1 for non-emergency support in over 150 languages or visit 211southwest.ca today.
Play today for a chance to win and share the love with family, friends or colleagues–and your community too. When you win, we all win!
Last Thursday night United Way celebrated its first ever virtual Labour Appreciation Awards Night.
This different kind of holiday season requires a different kind of holiday cheer. We have one simple solution to make it sparkle.
It’s mid-December and the year is quickly coming to a close, but before you wave good-bye to 2020, consider making a gift.
Round two Emergency Community Support Fund grants are flowing to 13 organizations to meet high priority needs related to COVID-19.
The needs in our community grew exponentially this year and local Labour champions stepped up to the challenge!