United Way looks at the big picture to deliver a coordinated network of services and programs to address a range of needs for children and families who are living in poverty.
Behind all our work, there are people like you who get involved in big and small ways. Help us ensure a better future for families living in poverty by getting involved.
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United Way is a network of more than 75 local United Way offices. Since 1941, we’ve worked in the Alberta Capital Region for the betterment of all.
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We believe that each of us has a role to play in diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in our workplace and our community. We seek to approach every situation with empathy, understanding, reflection, and collaboration to understand someone else’s perspective — whether our customers, colleagues, or community. We are united as one team, together.
United Way’s mission to create pathways out of poverty and ensure that no one in our community is left behind, requires us to recognize that individual, group, and systemic discrimination due to race, religion, gender identity, sexuality, and disabilities create barriers that may result in people living in poverty.
We will not be successful in addressing poverty if we do not intentionally work to break down those barriers. To that end, United Way has adopted the Global Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Benchmarks to guide our work in advancing DEI at United Way.
Supporting equity-seeking groups
Women United is a local network of strong female philanthropists and their allies that brings people together to create lasting social change.
Unite for Digital Good aims to improve digital equity by providing computer technology to youth living in low income.
Period Promise is a multi-faceted approach to create menstrual equity in our communities.
United Way supports agency programming that supports the unique needs of marginalized members of the community and equity-seeking groups.
Connect Society – Deafness, Education, Advocacy & Family Services
The Elizabeth Fry Society of Northern Alberta
Gateway Association for Community Living
Institute for Sexual Minority Studies and Services
Sage Seniors Association
Your donation to United Way stays 100% local, providing life-changing support to individuals and families within your community.