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Youth Ambassadors achieve Red Feather Goal

Photo Caption: The United Way Youth Ambassadors present a cheque to Dean and Margery Muharrem, the 2014 Campaign Co-Chairs. Top Row: Owen Dorssers, Ben Nicholls, Jamie Faubert, Taylor Kewley, Hannah Roesch and Carly Bell. Middle Row: Asia Aoki, Lydia Fenton, Dana O’Flynn, Amanda Kellett, Raymond Young, Owen Foster, and Emma Landriault. Front Row: Dean and Margery Muharrem, Erin McEachran, Olivia Ermers, Payton Pugh, Ashton Pugh, Ashley Jackson, and Savanna Stallaert.

The final tally is in for the funds raised by the United Way Youth Ambassadors during their annual Red Feather Week. $20,060.36 dollars were raised through various in-school fund raisers organized by the Youth Ambassadors, event entrance fees, and other …

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Helping those in need

The United Way supports priority needs where funding is otherwise not available, funding programs that provide services to seniors, individuals, families and children in our community – many of whom live below the poverty line.

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About Us

To improve lives and build community

The vision of the United Way of Chatham-Kent for the future is one of well-being for everyone in Chatham-Kent. Operating in an ethical manner, we will work to identify, develop and build upon community resources in order to improve the social and human condition in Chatham-Kent.

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Tilbury Information and H.E.L.P. Centre

The Tilbury Information and H.E.L.P. Centre is United Way’s West Chatham-Kent Outreach office. They provide direct services, such as a food bank, resume writing, emergency clothing, etc. to people in need in Tilbury, Wheatley, Merlin and surrounding areas.

Contact: Rose-Anne Mayor - 519-682-2268

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Wallaceburg Information and H.E.L.P. Centre

Mediated information and referral services, CAP site, labour programs, and Union Counselling (through-out CK)

Contact: Brian Armitage - 519-628-5456

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