We’re all in this together, but many have been left out.

Donate Today

Strengthening vital connections in your community

The pandemic continues to effect communities across British Columbia. Emergency food providers are still at critical breaking points. Self-isolating seniors continue to face loneliness. Children still face economic barriers to activities and support they need to thrive. With our partners, United Way British Columbia continues to keep communities strong, while the pandemic effects remain.  

Delivering food

A few months into the pandemic, Janet lost her job. With her young daughter to support, she was struggling to make ends meet – especially putting food on the table. Thanks to donors like you we helped Janet access United Way Food Hubs in her area and turned her pandemic story around.

See more stories like this: 

Travis and Chad’s story

Connecting seniors

Before the pandemic, Delores had a wide social circle. Self-isolation started to affect her more than she realized. She was lonely, depressed and some days, not sure how she would get her groceries. Thanks to the support of donors like you, United Way helped connect Dolores with food delivery services in her area and access to check-in calls to keep her connected. 

See more stories like this:

Nedra’s story

Supporting youth

While most kids are getting back to normal routines, many like Samira are still facing economic barriers to getting the support they need. The pandemic has also left many kids and youth feeling worried about their mental health, loss of education, and social networks. Thanks to our donors, United Way helped connect Samira with learning activities, support and friendships that help her thrive. 

See more stories like this:

Toby’s story
Jodi’s story

Local Love Stories from UWBC – Southern Interior Region

When you help United Way, your donation goes to the most vulnerable people in your neighbourhood. Here are some of our impact stories that had a happy ending BECAUSE OF YOU.

  1. Meet Ben, a toddler who was able to develop gross motor and cognitive skills, thanks to you. Read more.
  2. Your Local Love helps Jaime to have food on her table every day. Read More.
  3. You have helped John and Linda to live with dignity. Read more.

Workplace Campaign Toolkit

This toolkit provides information to help you through every step of your campaign. Included are tips, best practices, forms, templates, materials, videos and everything in between. These are all the necessary resources for coordinating a fun, educational and successful Workplace Campaign.

Learn More

2021 Campaign Kick-Off Virtual Breakfast

2021 Campaign Kick-Off was presented by BMO Financial Group on Sept. 15th. Our partners and friends had the opportunity to celebrate the first campaign season of our newly-minted United Way British Columbia. It was an hour of local love impact stories and reflection about the pandemic effects, and how everyone can help.

Couldn’t join us? Watch the video here.