Monthly Archives: January 2022

James St. Drop-In Warming Centre Now Open in Wallaceburg

As temperatures drop in Chatham-Kent, the James St. Drop-In has opened its doors to offer warmth, food, respite, and connection to those in need. Operating in partnership with Ska:Na Family Learning Centre, The Municipality of Chatham-Kent and R.O.C.K. Missions, we are pleased to help bring this much-needed resource to Wallaceburg. Keeping community safe, warm, and… Read more »

Joining in the call for an affordable housing strategy

We are proud to join United Ways and other partners from across Ontario to call for the Provincial-Municipal Housing Summit, taking place on January 19, to take bold action on housing access and affordability. Please read the open letter with 10 recommendations for immediate action. January 14, 2022 The Honourable Doug Ford Premier of Ontario… Read more »

Changes Due to a Return to Step 2 in the Reopening Ontario Act

Please note that in accordance with the Ontario government’s move back to Step 2 in the Reopening Ontario Act, the United Way of Chatham-Kent offices at 425 McNaughton Ave. West in Chatham will be closed from January 5, 2022 until at least January 27, 2022. While our office is closed, staff will be working safely… Read more »