We are in the News!

United Way of Haldimand and Norfolk is in the News:

 Check out your local newspaper (Simcoe Reformer, Port Dover Maple Leaf and Haldimand Press) to see our ad expressing our thanks to those who helped to make 2017 a success. Thank you for helping us make a difference in the Haldimand and Norfolk communities.

Stuff the Bus

We are still looking for volunteer Jail Birds for our Jail & Bail event and this is the last weekend for our Stuff the Bus school supplies drive. Donate at our locations: Superstore (Simcoe), Zehrs (Caledonia), Giant Tiger (Hagersville & Dunnville).

Look for the yellow bus.

Imperial Donates $60,000 to United Way of Haldimand and Norfolk Campaign!

Imperial Donates $60,000 to United Way of Haldimand and Norfolk Campaign!

Campaign-Kickoff-Cheque-Presentation

United Way of Haldimand and Norfolk would like to thank Imperial for their generous donation of $60,000.  This donation will allow us to help numerous people living in Haldimand County and Norfolk County, and we appreciate their support!

Fanshawe Student Union Donates $567.85!

Crystal and Dena from Fanshawe Student Union came into our office today to present us with a donation of $567.85!  This money was raised at their 1st Annual Family Fun Day that was held on June 4 and Fanshawe College.

Brittany Burley accepts the donation from Crystal and Dena of Fanshawe Student Union.
Brittany Burley accepts the donation from Crystal and Dena of Fanshawe Student Union.

We’re so thankful that their Student Union chose to support us with their 1st Annual Family Fun Day! Thanks for your support!

Fanshawe Student Union's 1st Annual Family Fun Day
Fanshawe Student Union’s 1st Annual Family Fun Day

Holy Trinity Catholic High School Donates $1500 to United Way of Haldimand and Norfolk!

Holy Trinity Catholic High School Donates $1500 to United Way of Haldimand and Norfolk!

On the night of Wednesday, May 18, Holy Trinity held a United Way Glow Dance, where all proceeds were donated to United Way of Haldimand and Norfolk. Principal Humberto Cacilhas and student council co-presidents Imogene Stortini and Berlyn Rymer along with Special Education Department Head Tara Williams, presented the United Way of Haldimand and Norfolk a check for $1500, which was raised at the glow dance.

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United Way of Haldimand and Norfolk presented Holy Trinity  with two 2015 Campaign Awards. Student Council co-presidents Imogene Stortini and Berlyn Rymer accepted the awards for Top Catholic Secondary School, as well as the Spirit Award.

United Way greatly appreciates all of the continued support and efforts that went into fundraising for the glow dance event.

True Experience Raises over $1,000 for the United Way of Haldimand and Norfolk

True Experience Raises over $1,000 for the United Way of Haldimand and Norfolk

True Experience Supportive Housing & Community Work Program held a fundraiser Car Wash/Bake Sale/BBQ in support of the United Way of Haldimand and Norfolk.

Katie Zimmer, Christian Doan, Brittany Burley & Sandie Heirwegh
Presenting the cheque for $1071.10 to Brittany Burley, Executive Director of the United Way of Haldimand and Norfolk, is Christian Doan of True Experience. Others pictured are far left, Katie Zimmer who helped co-ordinate the event and far right, Sandie Heirwegh, Executive Director, True Experience.

True Experience is the newest member agency of the United Way of Haldimand and Norfolk. With the support of United Way, clients of True Experience enjoy Club TRUE, which is a social recreation program designed to foster a healthy lifestyle.

United Way of Haldimand and Norfolk supports a network of twelve member agencies that provide sixteen programs that help residents of both counties. These programs focus on three key areas: 1) From Poverty to Possibility, 2) All That Kids Can Be, 3) Healthy People, Strong Communities.

“We are excited to partner with True Experience on a program that helps so many people in Dunnville live fuller lives, while enjoying a sense of belonging”, said Brittany Burley. “We look forward to future involvement in this community.”