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Community Services Recovery Fund image United Way Perth-Huron takes part in new Government of Canada fund- United Way Perth-Huron takes part in new Government of Canada fund Stratford, ON — Now more than ever, charities and non-profits are playing a key role in addressing persistent and complex social problems faced by all Canadians. The Community Services…
Living wage announcement Social Research & Planning Council announces new living wage- Living Wage Week in Ontario runs Nov. 14–18 and United Way Perth-Huron’s Social Research & Planning Council is announcing the new living wage of $20.70 an hour, up from $17.95 just one year ago. “More than ever, it’s important that…
Unite For a Bite North Perth Community encouraged to Unite For a Bite in support of United Way- United Way Perth-Huron invites the North Perth community — including local workplaces and individuals — to Unite For a Bite in support of the organization’s work building brighter futures for North Perth’s most vulnerable residents. On Friday, November 18, eight…
Britespan donation to connection centre United Way announces connection centre location, celebrates Britespan donation- United Way Perth-Huron is proud to announce the location of the Northern Huron Connection Centre and celebrate Britespan Building Systems’ $5,000 donation to the project. “This is an exciting day,” said United Way Perth-Huron Executive Director Ryan Erb. “We are…
Avon Church living wage Avon Church certifies as living wage employer- Avon Church in Stratford is the first church in Perth-Huron to certify as a living wage employer. “We thank Avon Church for certifying,” said United Way Perth-Huron Executive Director Ryan Erb. “The cost of everything continues to go up and…
New Initiative Grants image New Initiative Grants now open for 2023-24- Is your organization aware of a local issue that needs to be addressed? Are you considering how to best deliver services to the community? It’s these types of questions United Way is looking to answer through their New Initiative Grants…
Libro grant big cheque photo United Way celebrates $20,000 Libro donation to Northern Huron Connection Centre- United Way Perth-Huron is proud to announce Libro Credit Union has provided $20,000 through their Annual Community Grant program in support of the Northern Huron Connection Centre project in Wingham. “We appreciate Libro’s support,” said Executive Director Ryan Erb. “This…
Youth in Action media release graphic Ideas Wanted! Youth in Action grant applications now open- The application period for United Way Perth-Huron’s annual Youth in Action grants initiative is now open for 14–25 year olds who have ideas to address pressing issues among youth in Perth and/or Huron County.  “United Way is happy to be…
2022/2023 Campaign Video Watch the 2022 Campaign Video- The  2022/2023 campaign is here and we'd like to share with you a little bit more about the work we do, why we do it, and the communities we care about. Thanks to the commitment of our community, we were…
Cooperators donation to Northern Huron Connection Centre United Way launches special capital campaign for Northern Huron Connection Centre, Co-operators generously donates $10,000- United Way Perth-Huron is launching a capital campaign to raise funds for the Northern Huron Connection Centre and celebrating the generosity of Co-operators’ Brett W. Lammie & Associates Inc. in supporting United way's efforts on behalf of vulnerable people in…

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