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Show Your Local Love

We give back where the need is greatest.  You can be sure that when you donate to United Way’s Community fund, that your dollars are being invested in local initiatives that support the people of our province.  Check out our 2022 Community Fund Recipients who benefited from the local love shown by our donors in our last campaign. 

You can make a one time donation or become a monthly donor.  Click here to download our fillable pledge form which can be emailed to info@nl.unitedway.ca,  or you can donate right here on this page.

Maybe you would like to bring the local love to your workplace?  Running a United Way Campaign is a fun way to get your team involved in giving back to the communities where we live and work.  We would love to work with you to help build a campaign that suits your workplace, regardless of how big or small it is!  If you would like to learn more about how we can work together, contact Lisa @ 753-8289, or email lisa-marie.fifield@nl.unitedway.ca

$50 Donation
CA$50.00

Your Gift of $50

(or approximately $2/pay via payroll deduction) can:

  • Provide a hot breakfast every week for one year to individuals accessing community services.
  • Provide diversity resources for five schools.
  • Cover registration and equipment costs for a vulnerable youth to participate in recreational or competitive sporting events.
$100 Donation
CA$100.00

Your Gift of $100

(or approximately $5/pay via payroll deduction) can:

  • Provide 8.5 hours of counselling for an individual in need.
  • A  backback and school readiness supplies for two newcomer children.
  • Music equipment and classes for a full year to underprivileged children.
Custom Amount

A Gift of Any Size has HUGE Impact

Any donation to United Way’s Community Fund has huge impact on individuals throughout Newfoundland & Labrador.  For example:

  • $250 gives FIVE youth in Newfoundland & Labrador thirty minute sessions an accredited youth counsellor.
  • $250 helps FIFTY seniors better understand the importance of health/active lifestyle in the management of diabetes.
  • $500 provides training materials and manuals for TEN new tutors for children with low literacy rates.