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Printing proof of Covid-19 vaccination

All Bruce County libraries will assist in printing and laminating vaccine receipts for free.  The following libraries Grey County Libraries offer printing Southgate Public Library – free printing Grey Highlands Libraries (Flesherton, Kimberly and Walter Harris) – $25/page printing charge Meaford Public Library – free printing Hanover Public Library –  

Pink Shirt Day

Support Pink Shirt Day purchase a T-shirt or Hoodie Wear it with pride February 24th Proceeds support programs in the community that address bullying and support community mental health. Pick up of shirts is curbside at the United Way in Owen Sound Order Here! Costs: T-shirt $15 (adults 2Xl –

Toy Drive Thank you!

The United Way has been honoured to host two fundraising toy drives for two area companies. Bruce Power employees have raised over $28 000 for area toy drives, this in addition to the $15 000 the company provided to Bruce, Grey and Huron County toy drives. Kinectrics has raised $4780

We are hiring

Food Security Co-ordinator Full time contract position: August 17 to March 31st 2021, Wage rate: $25 hr, 37.5 hr/week, 32 weeks The United Way of Bruce Grey has received a grant to hire a full time Food Security Co-ordinator with a goal of improving food security throughout the region by

Emergency Community Support Fund (ECSF) Application details

The Government of Canada, through Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC), worked with United Way Centraide Canada (UWCC), Community Foundations of Canada and the Canadian Red Cross to establish the foundational program design for the Emergency Community Support Fund. Thank you for your interest, the fund is now closed for

Poverty, Health and Covid-19

What will be the impact of a possible pandemic on the Not-For-Profit and Charitable Sector? – Information Session Monday March 16th – 7:30 am Grey Bruce Health Unit Register here: https://www.canadahelps.org/en/charities/united-way-of-bruce-grey/events/not-for-profit-pandemic-planning There are 950,000 people in Ontario who rely on provincial social assistance programs. If people are living on a

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