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.

Help us shine the light on good things happening in CK!

  Chatham-Kent is known for looking out for each other, finding new ways to pull together, and lifting each other up. In 2020, CK has raised the bar on community action and United Way Chatham-Kent wants to shine a light on the moments of connection and compassion happening locally. We are in the process of...

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United Way’s Funding into the Community

We have always been in the background helping our community. It became very clear to United Way of Chatham-Kent early in the pandemic that the we needed to stay nimble and bring front-line social service organizations, charities, and grassroots groups together to get a forecast on what is happening locally. As we were working together...

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Adopt a Grandparent Program

Locally Developed Social Platform – Gigit Community – Powers Chatham-Kent Non-Profit Partners To Support Isolated Seniors Social and physical isolation during the COVID-19 pandemic has been an ongoing challenge for everyone. However, seniors – who often struggle with isolation in their day-to-day lives due to physical limitations or health challenges (such as dementia/Alzheimer’s), and issues...

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New Financial Relief Navigator offers one stop COVID-19 benefits and relief information

New Financial Relief Navigator offers one stop COVID-19 benefits and relief information   Prosper Canada has just announced the launch of the Financial Relief Navigator (FRN), a bilingual one-stop portal where Canadians can access critical COVID-19 emergency benefits and financial relief from governments, financial institutions, utility, telecom and internet providers. Over eight million Canadians have lost...

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Top 5 Needs of the Priority Populations (June 12, 2020)

Coming together to ensure that Chatham-Kent is meeting the needs of the Priority Populations Since the start of flattening the curve in Chatham-Kent, United Way has been collaborating with Chatham-Kent’s network of charities, organizations and grassroots initiatives to identify and respond to the gaps, needs, trends and opportunities that emerge locally in response to COVID-19....

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