Updated The United Way has updated its Living Wage rate. The rate was last updated in 2015, using 2014 data. Housing costs have significantly increased total household costs. The average rent across Ontario is now $1115 and The United Way has found that many rental units in Bruce Grey are
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June is Seniors month and designated to give special recognition to a very important part of society. To celebrate Seniors month, the 10th annual United Way Bruce Grey Seniors’ Fair will be held on Wednesday, June 7th, 2017 from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. at the fully accessible Harry Lumley
2017 AGM report online web We want to say thank you…to everyone who supported the United Way in 2016! Please enjoy our Gratitude Report!
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The United Way of Bruce Grey is pleased to see additional calls to halt Westario Power’s winter disconnections. February 14 – Brockton Council passed a motion: that Westario Power review and amend its disconnect policy and that disconnections not be allowed to occur from December 1st to March 31st. Brockton
United Way Receives $1.6 Million Pledge from Bruce Power Campaign Commitment will allow United Way to double its Utility Assistance Program immediately February 6, 2017 OWEN SOUND, ON – The United Way of Bruce-Grey has received a 3-year pledge from Bruce Power’s United Way Campaign of $1.6 million, allowing the
Bruce Grey Poverty Task Force Responds to the Government’s proposed Basic Income Pilot The Ontario government is launching a pilot project to study how giving people a basic income might reduce poverty and improve health, housing and employment outcomes in Ontario. The Ontario government released a Discussion Paper by Honourable
Over 50,000 men, women, children and youth are struggling with poverty and social exclusion in Bruce-Grey. You can help a neighbour in need.
The United Way is pleased to issue its 2017 call for grants. Through annual fundraising campaigns, United Way Bruce Grey (UWBG) raises hundreds of thousands of dollars within our community. Those undesignated monies that become available for distribution become part of our Community Fund – which is re-invested locally to