change lives.


Changing a community, one life at a time

At Outflow, we believe that one life can change a community. In our work, we see this play out time and again – people who, through their own commitment and vision, can transform lives and contribute to a better world. Since we began our outreach ministry in 2008 with a meal program in King’s Square…

Left: Catapult Construction supervisor Wayne Batchelor with Phil Appleby and Jayme Hall, co-executive directors of Outflow. Right: Saint John Energy Vice-President Ryan Mitchell, left, with Outflow Co-Executive Director Jayme Hall.

Join us for two important events

  At the United Way, the generosity of our community is the reason we are able to carry out our mission. We are thankful for the donors that support us time and again, who believe in that mission and the impact it is having in Saint John, Kings and Charlotte. We feel it is important…


Volunteers are the heart of United Way 

Volunteers are vital to the United Way mission. Without the effort, support and expertise of hundreds of volunteers, we would not be making a significant difference in the lives of individuals and families in Saint John, Kings & Charlotte. From the workplace campaign volunteers who encourage employee giving and share the work of United Way…


United by Song…for a great cause

My gratitude to all those who helped make our 2021 campaign kickoff a success. We’re tremendously thankful for the interest and support people across the region are showing as we embark on another campaign in support of organizations that do so much for people most vulnerable and in need in Saint John, Kings & Charlotte….


Join us for our exciting kickoff!

As we all hurtle to the end of summer, our staff are busy gearing up for a most exciting time for us – our campaign kickoff. This year, we will launch with an awesome virtual and interactive event on Sept. 15 at noon. Everyone is invited to join us to learn about this year’s fundraising…


A journey of understanding, and healing

Like Canadians from coast-to-coast, we’re profoundly shaken by the discoveries of mass graves at residential school sites. At the United Way, we are committed to listening and to helping the Indigenous community heal. We look to follow their lead on how we can best support them, and forge a path forward together toward a better,…


Honoured and delighted to serve the United Way

I admire how the United Way focuses on building better futures, that it ensures donations are invested in organizations that have meaningful impacts on the people in our communities. For decades, I have supported the United Way because I can be confident that support will be directed in ways that make a measurable difference. For…


Life can be hard but finding help doesn’t have to be

When we launched 211 in New Brunswick a little more than seven months ago, we knew there was a need for the service. Little did we know how much of a need. Free and confidential, 211 is an information and referral service that quickly connects people to critical human, social, community and government support. The…


Looking for hope and opportunity

Emerging from winter to the hopefulness that comes with spring, we eagerly await the day we can live our best lives post-COVID. At times like this, I am mindful of the people in our communities who don’t feel that hope and those who need a helping hand. This is why the United Way exists –…