“Volunteers are the engine that powers United Way,” says Kelly Ziegner, CEO United Way Elgin Middlesex. “The impact of their time, passion and enthusiasm is tremendous. It changes…
Go with the Flow is asking people to donate feminine hygiene products throughout March. Often absent on the shelves of food banks and other social service agencies, these products…
Ontario 211, the province’s helpline to connect to health, community and social services, has released its 2017 statistics. The numbers show that more than 290,582 calls for non-emergency help were answered by 211
It’s a fresh new year and many of us have set ambitious resolutions. In spite of good intentions, our enthusiasm for tighter abs, no carbs and finally writing that novel fade by about mid-February.
Calling all procrastinators: It’s December 21, officially the first day of winter and just a few short shopping days until Christmas.
Thank you for participating in this year’s Scotiabank StairClimb for United Way! Together, we raised $224,497.56!
Mandi Fields received 3,600 boxes of tampons for Christmas in 2016. It goes down as her favourite gift of all time. For Fields, the founder of Tampon Tuesday, the gift of feminine hygiene products allowed her organization to meet a basic need within her community in London, Ontario.
In front of a group of passionate United Way supporters, United Way Elgin Middlesex announced John Sliskovic, Partner & Tax Leader, Private Client Services with Ernst & Young our 2017 Campaign Chair.
May is Leave a Legacy month! More and more individuals are including their favourite charities in their will each year. Last year our loyal donors committed an estimated $350,000 through their wills and estate plans to support the ongoing benefit and success of our community. When you include United Way in your financial planning, you
When Joe Carapella, Owner of The Tricar Group heard that for the first time in 16 years, the United Way of London & Middlesex failed to reach its fundraising goal….