Do you know what your donation looks like?
Here's just a handful of inspirational stories that will show you how your donation is helping to change lives for the better in Chatham-Kent.

Promoting Kindness in Schools

  A local teacher and volunteer is hoping to spread kindness to all schools in Chatham-Kent. This past Christmas, dozens of elementary school students wrote and decorated Christmas cards for the homeless. Some of these students were from Chatham Christian School, and took on the project as part of the school’s Kindness Club. Sharon Smith...

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Applications Open for COVID-19 Emergency Support Fund

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...

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New Year. New United Way.

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...

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Helping the Homeless Through the Holidays 2020

Chatham-Kent businesses & residents raise $107,992 to help local homeless population.

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Co-Investors Table Encouraging Community to Keep Giving

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...

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