Career Opportunity – Director of Community Engagement and Operations (Full-Time)

United Way of Chatham-Kent is currently accepting applications from individuals looking to join a team of committed, results-oriented, and successful professionals who work to support and advance United Way of Chatham-Kent’s (UWOCK’s) mission: To improve lives and build community in Chatham-Kent. Advancing the common good is about helping one person at a time, and about creating community change that benefits every member of the community. We are all connected and interdependent; we all win when a child succeeds in school, when families are financially stable, and when people are healthy.

Please click on the link below to view the full role description and application process.

Director of Community Engagement and Operations – Career Opportunity Posting – 2018 OCT 26

  • Applications will be accepted until 4 p.m. on November 12, 2018.

 

Career Opportunity – Marketing & Communications Coordinator (Full-Time)

United Way of Chatham-Kent is currently accepting applications from individuals looking to join a team of committed, results-oriented, and successful professionals who work to support and advance United Way of Chatham-Kent’s (UWOCK’s) mission: To improve lives and build community in Chatham-Kent. Advancing the common good is about helping one person at a time, and about creating community change that benefits every member of the community. We are all connected and interdependent; we all win when a child succeeds in school, when families are financially stable, and when people are healthy.

Please click the link below for the full role description and application procedures.

Marketing and Communications Coordinator – Career Opportunity Posting – 2018 OCT 26

Applications will be accepted until 4 p.m. on November 12, 2018.

 

 

United Way Tour Shows what a Donation Dollar can do

Municipal candidates and other members of the community taking partook in United Way of Chatham-Kent’s Seeing Is Believing tour on September 26, 2018.

Each year, United Way of Chatham-Kent hosts a number of “Seeing is Believing” tours, which enable members of the community to see firsthand how United Way donations are impacting and improving the lives of children, individuals, families and seniors in our community. The tours offer an opportunity to meet front-line workers and hear directly from the recipients of United Way’s various programs and services.

For September’s tour, United Way’s 2018 campaign chair, Caterina, invited along all 2018 nominees for the municipal election through a video invitation..

Greg Higgins from BlackburnNews covered the story: Read more here.

Candidates Talk Nonprofit Sector

Photo courtesy of Trevor Terfloth/The Daily News: An all-candidates forum focusing on the nonprofit sector was held at the John D. Bradley Convention Centre on Tuesday. From left are mayoral candidates Alysson Storey, Robert Salvatore Powers, Randy Hope, Harold Atkinson, Allan Traylor, and Darrin Canniff.

On the evening of September 11th, United Way of Chatham-Kent, in collaboration with the Chatham-Kent Nonprofit Network, Prosperity Roundtable, Chatham-Kent Chamber of Commerce, Wallaceburg & District Chamber of Commerce, Chatham-Kent Labour Council and the UNIFOR Labour Cabinet, hosted an an All Candidates Forum at the John D. Bradley Centre.

Candidates were asked to speak to some of the critical issues in our community impacting people’s daily lives, including long-term and senior care, poverty, non-profit sustainability, and economic development.

Trevor Terfloth from Chatham Daily News covered the story. Read more here.

United Way Sets Campaign Goal at $1.559M

United Way of Chatham-Kent’s youngest campaign chair in history, Caterina Dawson, announced this year’s campaign goal of $1.559 Million at Friday night’s kick-off event. She is pictured here with Tom Slager, Director of Resource Development and Communications at United Way of Chatham-Kent.

On Friday evening at United Way of Chatham-Kent’s 2018 Campaign Kick-off, sponsored by The Co-operators, campaign chair Caterina Dawson announced this year’s goal of $1.559 Million. Hosted at The Kent, the announcement was followed by an evening of fun, food and celebration, with music by local favourites, Toast & Jam.

Chatham Daily News covered the story: Read more here.