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Our Community Work

Please join us for Songs of the City 

On May 1 at the beautiful Imperial Theatre in Saint John, you are invited to join us for Songs of the City, a unique United Way event that brings together storytellers whose lives have been changed with support from a United Way-funded agency.

GenNext: Making an impact 

GenNext Saint John, Kings & Charlotte is not just growing the next generation of philanthropists – it's actively shaping them. 

Matchmaking eager volunteers to local non-profits a critical service

To Julie Atkinson, the call to the United Way made all the difference. The executive director of Sophia Recovery Centre had to move the organization out of two different office locations in Saint John into a new space in Quispamsis by the end of December.

Partnership provides needed school supplies for students

An important partnership between United Way and Staples has meant thousands of dollars of supplies have been donated to schools in our communities for students in need.

Empowering the non-profit sector: our fall workshops

Part of what we do at the United Way is help strengthen non-profit organizations across Saint John, Kings and Charlotte – knowing that a strong non-profit sector will help more people more effectively and will strengthen the fabric of the communities they serve.

Witnessing impact first hand…with donuts

On a hot summer day last month, Tamara McKee dropped by a park in Sussex to see the BGC Summer Slide program in action. Because she works for the bakery Mrs. Dunster’s, she toted along bags of donuts and cookies.

Kudos to our amazing festival volunteers

Every year, we count on volunteers to help power our mission and raise support for the work we do.

New foundation to strengthen non-profits in our communities 

The seeds of a new foundation created to propel forward innovation in the non-profit sector in our communities were sown more than a decade ago.

Hungry? Try Gerry’s salad, and help the United Way

Mariner and Thandi have partnered on a unique – and delicious – idea to raise up to $10,000 for United Way. And you are encouraged to take part!