United Way invests in building community capacity, and supporting vital programs and services that help people live vibrant and resilient lives.
Through continuous research, a deep understanding of our Central Alberta community’s challenges and experience working with key partners, we believe the best opportunity to change lives and social conditions rest in the following three priority areas.
Community Impact Strategy
United Way has invested over
United Way has been engaging community support for critical programs throughout Central Alberta for more than 50 years. We believe that the best opportunity to change lives rests in three priority areas. To learn more about these priority areas and the funding opportunities, select funding options below.
To Apply for funding visit:
United Way Central Alberta Grant Site
Real People, Real Impact.
The Power of Mentorship
Jenn and Chantel go back a long ways at Big Brothers Big Sisters Red Deer. "We were first matched almost seven years ago in the In-School Mentoring Program which means I went to Chantel's school for an hour a week during the school year," says Jenn. "We mostly baked and did crafts at that time, played games and did art projects."
Facing Unexpected Tragedy
On June 17, 2004, Carla Schneider was finishing up her workday, as a delivery driver for an automotive paint supplier. During her last delivery of the day, she was making a left-hand turn into her destination when her truck was broadsided by a speeding vehicle.