Windsor, ON – Thanks to local residents and donors, United Way/Centraide Windsor-Essex County is helping kids succeed from Cradle to Career. On Tuesday, we released our 2021-2022 Annual Impact Report to the Community, highlighting the progress that has been made to help local children overcome barriers to academic success.
A Message from United Way’s CEO:
United Way has proudly served the Windsor-Essex County community for 75 years. Throughout that time, we’ve helped thousands of residents, experienced many positive milestones, and faced some challenges too. It has been a difficult couple of years and the entire community has been affected. Unfortunately, children – especially those who were experiencing poverty before the pandemic – are now facing even more hurdles than ever before.
But what has become resoundingly clear is that the strength of our community comes down to one thing – caring people. Over the years, people have always stepped up to take action. This past year was no different. Dedicated donors, volunteers, partners and residents – like you – pulled together to achieve some significant impacts this past year.
Children are resilient – and with the right support, they can and will achieve their dreams. Your annual Impact Report will provide you with a snapshot of some of our work over this past year – made possible by you. Please take a moment to read through the report and to celebrate the many opportunities that you have unlocked for local youth.
To view United Way’s 2021-22 Impact Report to the Community, visit www.weareunited.com/annualreport.
United Way/Centraide Windsor-Essex County
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Last updated on November 21, 2022