For a community to be great, it has to be great for everyone. We work with local agencies, government, stakeholders and thousands of donors like you, to change lives right here in Halton and Hamilton.
Understanding the need
United Way makes measurable improvement on priority social issues in our community. By working with our community partners to understand root causes, develop strategies to address them, bring together the right resources to get the job done and measure our results, we create lasting change in this community.
All That Kids Can Be
Healthy People, Strong Communities
From Poverty To Possibility
Meet the team
It takes all of us to create lasting change for people in our community. Meet just a few of the people who help make this happen.
Our promise is to make sure that your donation goes to where our community needs it most and where it will have the greatest impact. By leading, partnering and convening with our community to create measurable improvement on priority social issues, together we:
At United Way, we influence public attitudes, systems and policies by building and strengthening relationships and engaging and mobilizing the right people around a priority social issue.
We identify key community issues and opportunities by engaging our community in conversations to strengthen service networks and overall community capacity.
We create new and strengthen existing partnerships to raise funds that help drive impact and create change for people in our community. Because to do the great work we do, we need investments from donors like you.
We work closely with community partners and donors like you to invest in programs and services that will lead to measurable outcomes and better community conditions for everyone.
Measure and Evaluate
We want to be sure that your dollars are making a difference in our community. By working with our partners to develop measurable outcomes and evaluating those outcomes, we can report back on actual impact in the lives of the people we support.
Mental health issues in children and youth are not always easy to see. As a parent, guardian, or community member, you may be the first to see the signs of a mental health disorder in a child or youth. No one, and no child, should have to face that struggle alone.
The Can You See Me? Campaign is a four week mental health awareness program implemented in the workplace. This is a service being provided by United Way Halton & Hamilton to local companies to address issues surrounding family mental health.
Together, we are changing lives.
Your donation is invested locally, changing the lives of people in Halton and Hamilton. Find out more about the people whose lives have improved because of your donation.