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.
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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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The latest news and stories about United Way of the Alberta Capital Region and how we are changing lives in our community, together.
United Way of the Alberta Capital Region’s President & CEO, Rob Yager, shares his gratitude for our supporters who step up to make a difference and introduce some of the people you’ve helped.
There are so many ways people can get volunteer with United Way and we are so grateful for our tremendous group of community builders.
United Way supports men's mental health and works to break the cycle of abuse, addictions, and anger issues through counselling and addresses root causes.
Cut it Out is an innovative program bringing awareness and knowledge to salon professionals where staff might meet clients in domestic violence situations.
The International Day for the Eradication of Poverty theme is acting together to empower children, their families and strong communities to end poverty.
Engineering Day of Caring brought together 16 firms to challenge each other to strengthen communities across through donation, advocacy and sheer effort.
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.
A youth initiative in Edmonton provides full-time social, nutritional, and mental health support to youth, all within the school.