Applications Open for COVID-19 Emergency Support Fund Charities, Non-Profits, and Community Groups Invited to Apply for Emergency Support Funding Together with government, local businesses, foundations, trusts, and philanthropists, the United Way of Chatham-Kent is accepting applications from registered charities, non-profits, and community groups that directly assist with human and social services needs as part of… Read more »
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After responding to the sudden and significant changes brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic last year, the United Way of Chatham-Kent is reinventing itself by turning outward, by courageously building deep relationships that empower all those willing to join us on behalf of those who need us most. As a result of facilitating weekly… Read more »
Chatham-Kent businesses & residents raise $107,992 to help local homeless population.
As challenges increase, several organizations and businesses are asking others to give if they can. Local foundations, Municipal government, several businesses, and philanthropists who have been meeting regularly since the pandemic started are asking the community to continue giving, if they can. The Co-Investors Table had their first collective meeting April 2nd as a… Read more »
In support of our current homelessness crisis, Entegrus is proud to provide the United Way of Chatham-Kent with $200,000 from its Corporate Donation Program to go towards its’ Covid-19 Response & Recovery Fund. “COVID-19 has had a profound impact on all of us, and we recognize that we not only provide an essential service to… Read more »
Ben has been a member of New Beginnings ABI & Stroke Recovery Association for a few years now. He is brilliant, motivated, dedicated and never lets his brain injury define who he is! With the money received from United Way of Chatham-Kent through the Government of Canada’s Emergency Community Support Fund, New Beginnings was able to… Read more »
Donating in Chatham-Kent is Essential “Those who are happiest are those who do the most for others.” -Booker T. Washington
Volunteers are an incredibly valuable resource for any organization. Without the time, dedication, experience, and passion from volunteers, many great initiatives, fundraisers, and movements wouldn’t be possible. Jane McFadden has been volunteering with R.O.C.K. Missions as a street nurse, connecting with the homeless in Chatham-Kent on a regular basis. When asked why she volunteers, Jane… Read more »
At the beginning of the pandemic, University of Waterloo student William Shepherd decided to learn how to bake bread. Since then, he has taught himself how to bake white & whole wheat sourdough, rye sourdough, French baguettes, and focaccia. Will is coming back home to Chatham-Kent for the holidays next month and has decided to hold… Read more »
We know this year has unique challenges, but that makes our work as a United Way even more important. Together, $354,000 of the Social Service Relief Fund has been allocated to support food security.