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.
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2017 Community Impact Grants: Call for Proposals NOW OPEN
Posted: January 27, 2017
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).Press Release
Battle of the Banks Dodgeball Tournament 2016 = A Complete Success
Posted: November 22, 2016
Because of you and your efforts, $870.00 was raised for Brant United Way and everyone had a lot of fun doing it!
Honourable mentions to:
- Kwbana Beckles & The RISE Centre for hosting our festivities
- North Park Highschool for donating the dodgeballs for the event
- CIBC for being the Title Sponsor this year and covering all the overhead costs to ensure 100% of event proceeds go to Brant United Way
- Team Captains for their amazing leadership and dedication; Cristine Capilitan (CIBC), Brad Staley (TD), Tim Young (BMO) & France Thibeault (RBC)
- Marie Dennison, Linda Moyer, Sherry Haines & Roxanne Bond from United Way
- Event Volunteers from both CIBC & United Way who helped ensure the event ran smoothly
Kick-Off Extravaganza for Brant United Way 2016 Campaign
September 15, 2016
This year’s Brant United Way Campaign Kick Off was out of this world! In conjunction with the Movies in the Square presentation of Star Wars, the Force Awakens in Harmony Square, United Way volunteers and staff were spreading the excitement and awareness of the 2016 Campaign. Counselor John Utley, long time United Way Campaign Cabinet member, was on hand to bring words of support from the city...Read Story!
Tragically Hip Concert
Posted: August 23, 2016
On Saturday, August 20th Canada watched the last Tragically Hip concert via live feed at the Sanderson Centre (kindly sponsored by SC Johnson). Brant United Way held a 50/50 draw with proceeds going to the Brant United Way. We raised a total of $1,806 and are pleased to announce the winner of the 50/50 draw is Gary Durrant (9647096), winning $903.
Paint the Town Red!
Posted: August 18, 2016Download Flyer
Save the Date: Kick-Off Extravaganza for Brant United Way 2016 Campaign
Posted August 18, 2016
Family fun is the focus for Brant United Way’s 2016 Campaign Kick-Off. There’s something for everyone - Star Wars, a fire truck, a race car, and more! Brant United Way will reveal their campaign announcement at the last movie night of the summer. 2016 Campaign Chair, Kevin Davis, partner at Waterous, Holden, Amey and Hitchon LLP, is inviting all of the residents of Brantford, Brant County and Six Nations of the Grand River to the kick-off at Movies in the Square, beginning at 7:30 p.m. at Harmony Square on Thursday, September 1.
It was hot, hot, hot and so were the deals!
Posted August 3, 2016
The GIANT Warehouse Sale raised approximately $170,500 that will be used right here in Brantford, County of Brant and Six Nations of the Grand River. Because of this huge success, many individuals and families will benefit from the programs and services offered through Brant United Way member agencies.
This event is organized by Brant United Way; however it could not happen without the support of 18 donors, 58 sponsors, 430 volunteers and almost 1,850 shoppers. Some of the companies, organizations and people involved have been donating products and services and volunteering for every GIANT Warehouse Sale since the first, back in 2003.Read more!
80 Day of Caring Volunteers Boost Non-Profits
Posted June 8, 2016
On Friday, June 3, 80 volunteers from 16 workplaces worked at 15 local non-profits, instead of their regular workplaces. They were taking part in Brant United Way’s annual Day of Caring. On this day, employers are encouraged to let employees "spend company time" on volunteer activities that will have a positive impact on the lives of people accessing services in Brantford, County of Brant and Six Nations of the Grand River.Press Release
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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.