United Way of Chatham Kent takes part in the Community Services Recovery Fund /United Way of Chatham-Kent participe au Fonds de relance des services communautaires

                United Way of Chatham Kent takes part in the Community Services Recovery Fund – a $400 million investment in charities and non-profits Now more than ever, charities and non-profits are playing a key role in addressing persistent and complex social problems faced by all Canadians. The Community...

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Another Great Turn OUt for Tampon Tuesday!

A bit of bad weather couldn’t stop more than 80 cars coming through our Tampon Tuesday Drive Thru this week, with volunteers from Enbridge Fuelling Futures and Tek Savvy on hand to receive and sort a whopping 1900+ donated items. With an emphasis on the high cost of period products, Tampon Tuesday was created in...

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Come work with us! Explore our open positions here

  United Way of Chatham-Kent is looking for two dynamic people to join our team! Both positions are in our Chatham office. At United Way of Chatham-Kent, we have a passion for community, connection and collaboration. We take pride in working creatively and strategically with partners across sectors to help support programming that ensures no...

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Call for Volunteer Committee and Board Members — Join us!

For more information, or to apply: [email protected]

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News Release – Because We Care CK 2022 Launches

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  September 13, 2022 Because We Care CK Initiative Encourages Local Businesses to Help Address the Root Causes of Homelessness   CHATHAM – For the third year in a row, business leaders in the home, construction, and supply industry are at the forefront of the Because We Care CK initiative in support of...

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BaCK to School Program highlights great need in Chatham-Kent

BaCK to School Program fills up in less than 60 minutes On August 2, United Way of Chatham-Kent, Linck, and FreeHelpCK worked together to open a centralized registration portal to administer the BaCK to School Program, with the goal of providing students and families with back-to-school support. This year, United Way of Chatham-Kent partnered with...

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Van with a Plan Turns One!

Van with a Plan celebrates one year on the road this month, and our mobile outreach vehicle shows no signs of slowing down!   This community resource now reaches neighbours across Chatham-Kent through the bookings of our service partners who have the ability to use the Van free of charge, 24/7. In fact, the Van...

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Open Letter to Premier Doug Ford on Behalf of Ontario United Ways

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Chatham-Kent Association of Realtors Open House Two Years in the Making

When the Chatham-Kent Association of REALTORS(r) (CKAR) moved into the Chatham-Kent Nonprofit Centre (CKNC) at the end of 2019, plans were quickly underway for a member's housewarming party. But once CKAR had settled in to 425 McNaughton Ave West, alongside United Way of Chatham Kent, R.O.C.K. Missions, VON, Labour Council and others ... well, 2020...

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Curious about yoga? Give it a try for free!

Curious about Yoga and the physical and mental benefits it could bring you? Now is your chance to try it for free! Throughout the month of May, six studios across Chatham-Kent, Walpole Island First Nation, and Delaware Nation are offering a series of free beginner Yoga classes perfect for families or individuals of any age....

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