Category: Community Crises
Anyone in need of community support in the wake of May's storm is encouraged to call 2-1-1.
Residents living in and around downtown Ottawa will continue to feel the impacts of the occupation long after immediate crisis needs have been met—particularly those most vulnerable.
Last week, we invested $2 million in 39 local programs that will support the people who are still struggling as the province begins to reopen. Read more about how we’re bolstering Indigenous and Black mental health, and fighting food insecurity, social isolation, learning loss and more.
United Way and our partners have been delivering basic needs and compassion to isolated seniors like Marie, so they don't fall through the cracks.
As we head into the second year of the pandemic, we’ve updated the focus of our COVID-19 response to better address the most pressing needs in our communities.
Take a look at our COVID-19 Response Impact Report to see incredible highlights of community work, our call to government, and detailed breakdowns of our impact and its outcomes.
This month’s COVID-19 Community Response Table meeting identified opportunities to address the financial impact of the pandemic on vulnerable populations through equitable employment.