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.

How the May 16 Miracle is Feeding the Community

When you are feeding between 50-150 people each week, every donation you receive is a blessing. On May 22, volunteers from the Campbell AME Church came with a humble grocery list, and left with their hearts (and carts) full. For the past 10 years, the Campbell AME Church on 104 King Street East, Chatham, have...

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Young Leaders helping to feed 796 Kids & teens in CK

  We Are in This Together. When a global pandemic struck our community, a group of engaged youth in our community took action. What happened next was a textbook example of how sustained mentorship and support can empower and inspire youth to see a need and take action. The Junior Optimist Club of Chatham did...

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Joint support for the Emergency Community Support Fund

  Emergency Community Support Fund Joint statement from Canadian Red Cross, Community Foundations of Canada, United Way Centraide Canada The Government of Canada’s $350M Emergency Community Support Fund (ECSF) is a vital step forward in our country’s rapid response to COVID-19. As Minister Hussen has noted, “The COVID-19 crisis is having a real and significant...

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United Way of Chatham-Kent announces the recipients of the Government of Canada’s New Horizons for Seniors Program

  United Way of Chatham-Kent announces the recipients of the Government of Canada's New Horizons for Seniors Program   United Way of Chatham-Kent has issued grants to five agencies in Chatham-Kent on behalf of United Way Centraide Canada and funded by the Government of Canada's New Horizons for Seniors Program. These non-profit community service organizations...

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MAKING A MIRACLE ON MAY 16TH

  Local Community Group Hopes to Hold CK’s Largest Food Drive in Response to COVID-19 Crisis   The COVID-19 crisis has created a shortage of volunteers and donations, leaving a portion of the population in a vulnerable position. When it comes to food banks, many of the shelves are bare. To help, a group of...

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