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GenNext Summer Care Kit Drive 2023

United Way of Central Alberta’s GenNext group is collecting donations to build Summer Care Kits filled with essentials to be provided to people in need across Central Alberta via our partner agencies.  The Summer Care Kit Donation Drive helps raise awareness around community needs throughout Central Alberta while also providing basic needs to local populations.  […]

Campaign Celebration Event presented by Eagle Builders

On March 6, 2023 community leaders, donors and volunteers gathered to celebrate the 2022 United Way campaign as well as the support, generosity and spirit that makes United Way so important in our community. 2022 was a year of transition for United Way Central Alberta (UWCA). In addition to its traditional fundraising campaign, outreach and […]

NOVA Chemicals Employees put Community First

Red Deer, Alberta –  NOVA Chemicals has yet again shown Central Alberta and United Way just how committed they and their many employees are to anchoring supports and programs in our community. NOVA Chemicals, together with their generous employees and retirees, have raised an incredible total of $615,800 for United Way Central Alberta cumulating in […]

Sockey Day in Red Deer 2023

We would like to thank everyone for your support in United Way of Central Alberta’s Sockey Day in Red Deer, we were honored to spend Family Day with all of you!  This year was another great success in not only raising funds for United Way’s annual campaign but also for creating awareness around community needs […]

United Way Central Alberta takes part in the Community Services Recovery Fund – a $400 million investment in charities and non-profits

Now more than ever, Community Service Organizations (charities, non-profits, and Indigenous Governing Bodies) are playing a key role in addressing persistent and 7 complex social problems faced by all Canadians. The Community Services Recovery Fund is a $400 million investment from the Government of Canada to support charities, non-profits, and Indigenous Governing Bodies as they […]

United Way of the Alberta Capital Region participe au Fonds de relance des services communautaires, un investissement de 400 millions de dollars dans les organismes de bienfaisance et les organismes à but non lucratif

Plus que jamais, les organismes de bienfaisance, les organismes sans but lucratif et les corps dirigeants autochtones jouent un rôle de premier plan pour offrir des solutions aux problèmes sociaux persistants et complexes qui affectent les Canadiens et Canadiennes. Le Fonds de relance des services communautaires est un investissement de 400 millions de dollars du […]

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