change lives.

Our Community Work

Helping non-profit leaders grow and succeed

When Chelsie Nightingale was hired as the executive director of the Multicultural Association of Sussex about 18 months ago, it marked a couple of firsts.

Making connections for Shannon and others

At the United Way, we often hear from non-profit organizations looking for talented individuals to join their boards. And we hear from community-minded people ready to invest some of their time giving back.

Building stronger leaders in the non-profit sector

As a part of our mission to strengthen the nonprofit sector, the United Way Saint John, Kings & Charlotte believes in fostering strong leadership.

Join the United Way at Area 506!

Once again, we are partnering with Area 506 to drive support and awareness.

Building stronger communities after the pandemic

As the pandemic first descended on communities across Canada last year, the federal government created the Emergency Community Response Fund and partnered with United Way Canada and others to distribute $350 million to charities and non-profits that provide crucial resources and services to vulnerable Canadians.

Strengthening organizations in our region 

As part of our mission to help build strong and resilient non-profits, the United Way Saint John Kings & Charlotte is holding board governance training sessions this fall.

Partnering with Emera New Brunswick to empower deserving students

At the United Way, we believe strongly in education as an empowering force. That’s why we’re excited to share with you news of the United for Success Awards.

Quarter Club: Business as a force for good

A few years ago, entrepreneurs Emily and Corey McGill and Shane Borthwick were searching for a way that their businesses could make a difference in the region.

Congratulations to our 19 funded partners

To Chelsie Nightingale, the money her organization will receive from United Way this year represents a remarkable difference to her organization and the people it serves.