Last week we started where most good financial decisions start… with creating a budget. A budget is a tool to help make decisions based on information about your overall financial situation. Reviewing your budget – Make sure your budget covers the following:• your monthly expenses,• your expected income,• your assets,
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The Winter Disconnection Ban starts today and runs until April 30th, 2021. Here are 5 important things that residential customers should know about the ban: Electricity and gas distributors are banned from disconnecting residential customers for non-payment from November 15 to April 30. Electricity and gas distributors have until December
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
United Way Bruce Grey is proud to support the important investment of $185 380.70 into our local communities. Organizations who received funding to date: $4 500 – Home and Community Support Services – Virtual Day Away program – supporting technology to enable clients to participate in online programming $5 434.17
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
Full time contract position: May 27 to March 31st 2021, Wage rate: $25 hr, 37.5 hr/week, 44 weeks The United Way of Bruce Grey has received a grant to hire a full time Financial Literacy Co-ordinator to assist Bruce Grey residents navigate various income supports during the Covid 19 Pandemic.
Thank you to these local businesses and organizations who helped make our Food Hamper Project a success!
And that’s a wrap! Thanks to incredible community assistance and support, we are happy to announce that our Hamper Project for vulnerable seniors and children affected by deep poverty is now complete. We’d like to thank all of our amazing donors, volunteers and the following businesses and organizations who helped
What an amazing community we have! Today, we are packing 600 hampers for vulnerable seniors and children in need.
We are on scene at the Heritage Place Mall in Owen Sound (which is closed due to the pandemic) to pack food hampers for vulnerable seniors and families with children. These hampers will be going to individuals and families who have been identified by local agencies such as New Horizons
“If we set the bar on what we can endure, we will never thrive as a community or an economy. A living wage adds to the economy, building capacity and reducing people’s dependency on support programs. A living wage allows one to live, not just exist.” Francesca Dobbyn, executive director,
Rural Pathways for Newcomer Women in Grey Bruce project is inviting visible minority newcomer and immigrant women to participate in this survey. The results will be used in developing programs to help overcome employment barriers. The survey runs till December 31, 2019. To fill out a questionnaire online, click on the