$11 million in new funding available for non-profits in British Columbia to support post-COVID recovery.
January 6, 2023 – – Central Office, Burnaby, BC
United Way BC Kicks off Annual Fall Campaign – Workplaces throughout BC are raising awareness and funds in support of United Way BC
October 12, 2022 – Central Office, Burnaby, BC
United Way British Columbia investing $325,000 in the Youth Futures Education Fund
September 15, 2022 – Central Office, Burnaby, BC
Period Promise Campaign breaks donation record Campaign to eradicate period poverty receives over 700,000 products (and still counting) donations from across the province.
June 17, 2022 – Central Office, Burnaby, BC
You’re invited to: Ukraine Photo Exhibit & Silent Auction
June 16, 2022 – Central Office, Burnaby, BC
Grassroots Youth Initiative Grants see record investment
June 15, 2022 – Kelowna, BC
United Way British Columbia’s Period Promise aims to collect a record-breaking 700,000 menstrual products to fight period poverty
May 5, 2022 – Central Office, Burnaby, BC
BC211 to integrate with UWBC – further strengthening supports for British Columbians
Mar 31, 2022 – Central Office, Burnaby, BC
United Way British Columbia receives $500,000 from Southern Railway of British Columbia and Washington Companies
March 1, 2022 – Central Office, Burnaby, BC
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United Way British Columbia Description
United Way British Columbia supports healthy, caring, and inclusive communities by strengthening vital connections that support people in need. Representing the six regions of Central and Northern Vancouver Island, East Kootenay, Lower Mainland, Southern Interior, Thompson Nicola Cariboo, and Trail and District, our organization serves a population of more than 4 million people, with a focus on kids and youth, seniors, poverty, mental health and food security.
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