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Retiree Volunteer Council

The Retiree Volunteer Council (RVC) is a group of pre-retirees and retirees who support the work of United Way in Windsor and Essex County. The Council’s role is to strengthen relationships within our community, through individual and group volunteer opportunities.

Become a member of RVC today!

Connect with the community as an advocate, a donor, a volunteer and leader.

Join Us

United Way would like to see retirees and seniors stay healthy and active by getting involved in their neighbourhoods, utilizing community resources that keep them physically active, socially connected, valued and able to better cope with life’s transitions.

Benefits of joining the Retiree Volunteer Council

  • Make important networking contacts
  • Learn and/or develop new skills
  • Gain work experience
  • Build self-esteem and self-confidence
  • Improve health
  • Connect to the community
  • Meet new people

Get Involved with the Retiree Volunteer Council

Stay Active & Connected to Your Community!

To learn more about how to get involved on the Retiree Volunteer Council & other volunteer opportunities contact us:   

519-258-0000 or

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Release: 2023 Impact Report to the Community

Thanks to local residents and donors, United Way/Centraide Windsor-Essex County is helping kids succeed from Cradle to Career. We released our 2022-2023 Annual Impact Report to the Community, highlighting the progress that has been made to help local children overcome barriers to academic success.

John Toth Award honours dedicated United Way champion – Roger Dzugan

On Thursday June 15th, United Way/Centraide Windsor-Essex County in partnership with the Windsor & District Labour Council presented the 3rd Annual John Toth Community Champion Legacy Award to longtime United Way supporter Roger Dzugan.