July 17, 2020
Windsor, ON - Thanks to local residents and donors, United Way/Centraide is improving school success for children and youth in Windsor-Essex County. On Friday, United Way released its 2019-2020 Annual Impact Report to the Community, highlighting the progress that has been made to help local children overcome barriers to academic success.
"United Way is committed to putting donations to work in Windsor-Essex in the most effective way possible, when and where they're needed most," says Lorraine Goddard, CEO, United Way/Centraide Windsor-Essex County. "This work would not be possible without the support of our donors, partners, and volunteers who are committed to addressing #UNIGNORABLE issues and improving local lives."
The Annual Impact Report highlights how United Way is addressing childhood poverty, hunger and education inequality in Windsor-Essex County. The report also shares how United Way is responding to the COVID-19 crisis, with a mission to help vulnerable people who have been disproportionately impacted by the pandemic.
To view United Way's 2019-2020 Impact Repot to the Community, visit www.weareunited.com/annualreport.
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