Thanks to our donors, volunteers and partners, we’re investing in programs to ensure that kids succeed in school and grow into healthy adults.
We’re celebrating our volunteers this week – and every week! Holley is a volunteer tutor in On Track to Success. She and one of her students, Tatianna, talk about how they both grew as a result of their involvement in the program.
January 24, 2022
Understanding the experiences of local residents key to building more resilient families
For United Way, it’s important that families have access to supports that can strengthen children in reaching their potential, including nutritious food and mental health counselling, social inclusion, and access to transportation and housing to build more stable, resilient families.
December 8, 2021
Student earns life-changing opportunity
An On Track to Success graduate has been awarded a valuable provincial LGBTQ scholarship.
December 1, 2021
The Ujima Initiative: Black Youth Empowerment
United Way is committed to collaborate with, support and empower Black youth in the community. One way we’re taking action is the Ujima initiative.
August 10, 2021
Empowering Kids for a Brighter Future
United Way provides children with access to out of school programs that give them opportunities to learn and thrive.
More Impact Stories
November 2, 2020
VIDEO: Helping Youth Reach Their Potential
Brooklyn graduated from United Way’s On Track to Success program which helped her overcome both personal and academic struggles.
Create a brighter future for children and youth
in Windsor-Essex County.