Your United Way participates in community tables across Halton and Hamilton, lending key perspectives, thought-leadership and connection to community conversations. Issues include service collaboration, housing access, poverty reduction, advocacy for older adults, and more. The collective power of these collaborative tables drives local change.
Council of diverse organizations working to create a thriving and resilient net zero carbon community in Hamilton and Burlington by 2050.
This national, membership-based group consists of over 80 regional roundtables and 330 municipalities. A collective impact movement, CEP members share skills, opportunities, and inspiration to eliminate poverty in all communities.
A network of Community Impact leaders across the United Way Canada movement to learn and share investment and impact best practices, focus area frameworks and strategies, and policy work among others.
A network of funders servicing the Halton Region including Community Foundations, Rotary Clubs, and others. Members discuss and share funding streams, practices, decisions, and sector trends.
The action table brings together multiple sectors with the goal to increase connectedness for older adults in Halton who are at risk of social isolation.
The Labour Council convenes labour unions in Hamilton to organize actions that benefit the working class and support the community at large.
The network of community partners convene around supporting equitable opportunities to build healthy and inclusionary communities.
Local chapter of the Ontario Health Coalition (non-partisan) that focuses on advocating for improvements in public healthcare in Hamilton.
A roundtable of Hamilton-local leaders across sectors and incomes, who work together on systems-level changes to create a healthier, inclusive, and more prosperous Hamilton.
The network of community coalition partners that share values, advocating for an equitable recovery within the city of Hamilton.
The Oakville and District Labour Council represents 10,000 public and private sector union members in the Halton Region. The council works to improve the lives of working people by advocating for policy change.
A network of agencies and service providers supporting children and youth from Oakville (and Halton more broadly).
Small group of labour advisors convene to review and advise on services information OHCOW is producing.
A provincial network focused on community benefits policy and implementation in Ontario, to ensure every infrastructure project includes opportunities to benefit community (e.g., jobs, training, amenities, social procurement)
A small community group focused on advocating for those with lived experience of poverty, on a variety of topics including living wage, housing, and transportation.