Community shares reasons for giving to United Way to create pathways out of poverty.
Brian Sawyer is a member of United Way's Sponsored Campaign Representative (SCR) program, which offers a unique professional, personal, and community development experience for the leaders of tomorrow. He aspires to learn more about UW programs to better inform potential donor groups about our desired outcomes. This blog offers his perspective on men’s mental health
Domestic violence is an issue that can be prevented, we just need people to understand that they can do something to help.
Linking Generations in Sherwood Park is a unique mentorship program that helps close that gap between teens and seniors by bringing them together to form new relationships.
We are fortunate to live in a region with leaders and government representatives who make addressing poverty a priority.
Every year, engineering firms from across the Alberta Capital Region come together for a whirlwind day of caring, community building and transformation.
United Way offers a poverty simulation as a learning tool to help increase understanding about the difficulties living in poverty brings on a daily basis.
I’ve worked for Boys & Girls Clubs Big Brothers Big Sisters of Edmonton for the past few years, and in 2016, I was put in a unique and privileged position.
There is a growing cross-Canada movement to expand school nutrition programs, with everyone from doctors and nurses to food producers, indigenous leaders and anti-poverty advocates adding their voices. (Source: The Coalition for Healthy School Food. ) Now a new study by the C.D. Howe Institute suggests the strategy should target the most at-risk students. (Source: