Thousands will benefit from your support
When you give to Brant United Way, your donation is invested locally to address identified priority areas. Approximately 45,000 citizens or 1 in 3 will be helped by our 18 Member Agencies who deliver quality services and programs for citizens in our community. For many of these Agencies, the support from United Way is integral to their operation. Without it, many wouldn't be able to operate.
The GIANT Warehouse Sale is looking for Volunteers!
Posted: March 4, 2016
Brant United Way Warehouse Sale opens up volunteer registration.
We are now accepting volunteer applications for the 14th Annual Giant Warehouse Sale: APPLY HERE.
For more information, on the warehouse sale, please click here.
The 14th Annual Giant Warehouse Sale is Coming!
Posted: January 26, 2016
Saturday May 28th, 2016 8am-3pm at 20 Edge Street, Brantford (Lion’s Park Arena)
Volunteer applications will be posted in March 2016.
Because of you...
Community Impact Grants: Call for Proposals NOW OPEN
Posted: January 15, 2016
Community Impact Grants are open to both Member Agencies and other Agencies in Brantford, the County of Brant and Six Nations of the Grand River. Proposals are for new programs or to expand an existing program. Community Impact Grants will be one-time funds (non-sustainable grants as they cannot be guaranteed beyond one year).
For full details on the grant process including an overview and the grant application, please visit the application page or contact Sherry Haines at 519-752-7848 ext. 217 or . Applications are due no later than February 12th, 2016 at noon.Press Release
Together, we made possibility... reality!
How little lives are changed through stories
Imagination Library an example of United Way impact
Posted: October 22, 2015
As an early childhood educator and a mother, Vivien knows books are important.
“I’ve always believed in the value books add to a child’s life, but I’ve truly seen the first-hand impact through the experiences in raising my two-year-old daughter Milayna,” Vivien said.
From the time children are born until they reach the age of five years old, they are heavily influenced by their environment and experiences.
Creating possibility one life at time,
by Linda Moyer for Brant News
Posted: October 5, 2015
Images of puppies and smiling babies fill the placemat that my mother Erma created as part of her program at the Adult Recreation Therapy Centre (ARTC). The placemat may never hang at Glenhyrst Gardens but it has a place of honour on the wall of my office at the Brant United Way. It tells me, in a way my mother no longer can, that her thoughts are happy, she feels secure and above all, she loves her dog Lucky... Continue reading: http://www.brantnews.com/opinion-story/5945506-creating-possibility-one-life-at-time/
Do the math on hunger
Posted: September 21, 2015
In awareness of Hunger Awareness Week, 9 of the Brant United Way Board, Campaign Cabinet and staff will pick up a standard 3-day emergency food supply hamper from the Brantford Food Bank. These hampers include an assortment of non-perishable food items, which typically last person two or three days, though many folks in the community stretch this to a week or ten days. Our participants will live exclusively off the contents of the hamper for 3 days. They will not eat out or accept free food or drink. They will be allowed to use up to five standard pantry ingredients, such as oil, flour, salt, coffee, etc., but are asked to keep track of the quantity of these items used.
Read more here:
Brantford Expositor: http://www.brantfordexpositor.ca/2015/09/21/food-challenge-do-the-math-on-hunger
Brant News: http://www.brantnews.com/news-story/5926201-learning-a-lesson-in-hunger/
Introducing the Brant United Way 2015 Campaign Cabinet
Posted: Sept 17, 2015
Our goal reflects our ongoing commitment to our community. Our talented and dedicated campaign team is working hard to ensure that we once again rise to the challenge of meeting the financial needs of our community. LARRY BROCK, 2015 CAMPAIGN CHAIR
Campaign Kick Off Coverage from Brant News
Posted: August 28, 2015
Campaign Kick Off Coverage from the Brantford Expositor
Posted: August 27, 2015
The Brant United Way is hoping to raise $1,651,000 to support more than 60 important programs provided by 18 member agencies this year.
Campaign advertising is in the community
Posted: October 1, 2015
Over the next couple months you will see our campaign advertising in the local papers. It brings to life what possibility means in our community.
2015 Brant United Way Campaign Kickoff!!!
Posted: August 21, 2015
Join us for our official Campaign Kick-off! On August 27th, bring the family down to Harmony Square and enjoy a free movie courtesy of "Movies in the Square" Downtown Brantford. Brant United Campaign Chair Larry Brock will address the crowd and will reveal the 2015 Campaign Goal prior to the show. The new Campaign video will also be featured. This weeks movie is Cinderella so be sure to bring along all the little princes and princesses! Read more...
All that kids can be
Giving children and youth opportunities to reach their potential.
Families are strengthened with support, and people are given tools to live independently.
From poverty to possibility
People are given life's necessities.