Our Impact


All that kids can be

Giving children and youth the support they need to get a great start in life, do well in school, and reach their full potential.

Healthy people strong communities

Creating vibrant neighbourhoods and communities, where everyone experiences a sense of belonging and connection to one another.

From Poverty to possibility 

Meeting the basic needs of our community’s most vulnerable people, giving every Canadian the opportunity to realize a better future.

Our Member Agencies

Click on the logo to visit their website

Visit the Adult Recreational Therapy Centre website
Big Brothers Big Sisters Grand Erie logo
Boys and Girls Club of Brantford logo
Visit the Brant Skills Centre Website
Visit the Brantwood Community Services website
Canadian Hearing Society Brantford Logo
Visit the Red Cross - Brantford Branch website
Visit the Community Resource Service Brantford website
Visit the CNIB Brantford website
Visit the Crossing All Bridges website
Visit the Family Counselling Centre of Brantford website
Visit the Brant Food For Thought website
Visit the Kids Can Fly website
Visit the Navy League of Brantford website
Nova Vita logo
Sexual Assault Centre of Brant Logo
Visit the Victim Services of Brant website
Visit the YMCA Brantford-Brant Website

211 phone line logo

211’s telephone line and online directory help Canadians deal with life’s challenges. The service connects users with vital community and social resources, close to home and specific to their needs.

From basic needs like housing and food, to support for seniors and children, to responding to crisis situations, 211 is there.

Free.  Confidential.  Live answer 24/7.

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Making it Better - Chris

My name is Chris and my life changed when I suffered a stroke.

Once the doctors and medical staff had done all they could, I still needed help. That’s when I found Adult Recreation Therapy Centre (ARTC).

The staff at ARTC are helping me reach my goal of being able to walk my daughter down the aisle when she gets married. It will take a lot of hard work, but with the help from the team at ARTC, I know I can do it.

This wouldn’t be possible with the support from Brant United Way. Without your donation, I wouldn’t be able to see my little girl to the altar.

Labour Community Advocate Program

Operated by union members, for union members, the Labour Community Advocate program offers confidential referrals, support, guidance and information to co-workers who need assistance finding services in our community.

Trained through the Canadian Labour Congress' Labour Community Advocate program, participants are volunteers or may be appointed by their local union. Labour Community Advocates are not a therapists or specialists; they are there to listen, identify, refer and follow up, acting as the link between a worker with a problem, and the appropriate service in the community.

If you're interested in providing a support to your co-workers and serving as a vital link between locals, United Way and community services, contact our Roxanne Bond at 519-752-7848 ext. 218 or by email at roxanne@brantunitedway.org.