Join Women United!

We are currently looking for two enthusiastic individuals who want to make a difference in our community to join our Women United Committee.   About Us  We are building a community...

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MEDIA RELEASE: United Way Responds to Urgent Community Needs to Make Better Possible

Guelph, Ontario, April 16, 2024.  In response to critical issues like homelessness, food insecurity and mental health impacting our community and demand for community services at an all time high,...

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The Power of a Volunteer

Robin was referred to the United Way funded program in September 2022. A grade 5 student, Robin had already endured several school changes and challenges at home, and she struggled...

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Support At All Stages

Doug and Helen live in rural Wellington County. Doug is living with dementia and his wife, Helen, is his primary care partner. The couple has a son, but he lives...

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Volunteer Opportunity: Board of Directors

We are currently looking for an enthusiastic individual who wants to make a difference in our community to join our Board of Directors. Nominations for this position will occur in...

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It Takes a Village

"Thanks to United Way's support, some of our Parent Outreach Workers have gotten involved in 'The Village Finding Project". The project aims to connect community helpers with a child who...

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Join our Team!

We are hiring a Communications & Community Engagement Manager United Way Guelph Wellington Dufferin (UWGWD) is the largest investor in social services in our community, second only to government. We...

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Safe To Be Himself

"With United Way's funding, we're able to offer anti-bullying presentations to kids in schools. After one of these presentations, a grade 6 student pulled me aside. He told me that...

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Media Release: Government of Canada’s Community Service Recovery Fund Projects Announced

Guelph, Ontario, November 2, 2023.  United Way Guelph Wellington Dufferin is pleased to announce $864,113 in funding to 16 local organizations through the Government of Canada’s Community Services Recovery Fund,...

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