United Way Cowichan Joins Forces with United Way Central and Northern Vancouver Island, creating a larger Regional Model
Thank you to your generous support, United Way is funding 82 programs and projects to help improve lives in our region.
Click here for the full list of 2016-2017 Community Partners
United Way is preparing to bring bc211 to Vancouver Island
Together, We Are Possibility
THANK YOU. Your donations change lives.
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Your donation stays local!
This year, United Way's Community Fund grants are helping thousands of people in Cowichan, Central Island, Comox Valley and Campbell River.
Your donation will change a life in your community, maybe that of a friend, family member, neighbour or co-worker.
Watch our 2015 We Are Possibility Video featuring donors, volunteers, Community Partners and supporters from Central Island, the Comox Valley and Campbell River.
Read real stories about the lives you've helped to change.
Like Trish, who lost her job, had to declare bankruptcy, became depressed then suicidal because she couldn't bear to face another day. Thankfully, Trish managed to access free counselling funded by your donations that not only saved her life but transformed it.
United Way Central & Northern Vancouver Island serves the Cowichan, Central Island (Ladysmith, Gabriola, Nanaimo, Parksville-Qualicum, Port Alberni and the West Coast), Comox Valley, Campbell River and Mt. Waddington regions.
United Way is directly involved in major issues that impact our community:
From Poverty to Possibility
All That Kids Can Be
Healthy People, Strong Communities
Homelessness Partnering Strategy
Early Childhood Development (Success By 6)
Seniors (Better at Home)