United Way brings together social agencies, schools, organizations, and governments to make a meaningful difference in the community through local programs and services that empower people to improve their lives. By working together, we create lasting change and build a stronger, more vibrant community for everyone.
When you support United Way, you are an important part of a movement with others who share your social purpose and want the best for our community. Your contribution to United Way stays 100% local, providing life-changing support to individuals and families within the Edmonton region.
Let’s work together to align your corporate social purpose and values with the community needs you care about. Partnering with United Way gives your employees immersive personal and professional development opportunities, team-building exercises, engagement activities, and positive recognition and celebration for the difference they are making in community.
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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.
Whether you are an individual looking for support or an organization looking to collaborate, please reach out to connect.
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Develop a company culture of helping others and changing lives through a United Way workplace campaign. Over the course of your workplace campaign, your staff build bonds, form new networks, have leadership opportunities, and grow their skills as they work together towards a shared goal. Workplace campaigns provide a fun and impactful way to bring your employee teams together.
United Way helps build capacity for local agencies by accepting, packaging, and distributing physical donations through our InKind Exchange.
United Way accepts products specifically identified to meet the needs of vulnerable community members. This can be done by collecting products or funds to purchase the products needed.
Boost employee engagement and morale by providing direct assistance to local funded partners through volunteer activities.
Hear first-hand how United Way and supporters like you are making a difference in the Edmonton Region.
Impact speakers share a story of how they or their clients have been impacted and how lives are changed thanks to United Way and its supporters.
This customized tour offers an immersive, interactive, virtual experience that demonstrates how multiple supports, both in and out of school, help change lives.
Take part in a facilitated experiential learning opportunity to gain unique perspectives on the complex issues in our community.
United Way’s Falling Through the Cracks focuses on child development and the impact poverty can have on a child.
Explore the powerful role of relationships on the developing brain.
A Poverty Simulation is a unique and powerful experience which challenges perceptions, changes perspectives and strengthens understanding and empathy.
The Sponsored Campaign Representative (SCR) Program is a unique professional, personal and community development experience for the leaders of tomorrow – your up and coming employees.
Workplace Initiatives are spearheaded by passionate volunteers who want to do good on a hyper-local level or use their unique skills and expertise to make a difference in the lives of vulnerable children, families, and individuals.
The engineering community comes together to challenge each other to strengthen communities across the Alberta Capital Region, through donation, advocacy and sheer effort.
The Heartland Challenge Committee strives to increase awareness and engagement to provide a greater connection between our employees and our communities, translating into measurable benefits for our annual campaigns.
The Financial Pathways Collaborative is a group of caring organizations focused on helping individuals and families build lives of financial stability and independence. Trained volunteers facilitate financial literacy workshops through Each One, Teach One.