Learn how our Community Response Fund is fighting the impacts of COVID-19.
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Imagine Playground Revitalization Project
The phased revitalization of 58 playgrounds will benefit children, caregivers, and neighbourhoods across the community of Sudbury.Learn More
Community Volunteer Income Tax
United Way Centraide North East Ontario/Nord-est de l’Ontario (UWCNEO), in partnership with Canada Revenue Agency, is offering a virtual Community Volunteer Income Tax Program (CVITP) this year. Our trained volunteers will assist low-income earners file their income tax returns over the telephone.Program Schedule
Register for Community Volunteer Income Tax Program (March 1, 2021 - January 31, 2022)
Our Funded Partners
We partner with organizations across North East Ontario in support of programs that help change lives. Our focus is on three key areas:
Labour Community Services
Each year, United Way’s across the country partner with unions to improve lives in local communities. Nationally, United Way Centraide and the Canadian Labour Congress have been partners since 1988, working collectively to strengthen communities across Canada.
The partnership developed around a common interest: Ensuring that workers and their families have the support they need to succeed.
Locally, our Labour Partners and their members are longstanding and generous supporters of United Way Centraide North East Ontario, but this partnership is rooted much deeper than just financial support. Labour representatives advocate for those in need in our communities. They serve on United Way Boards, Cabinets, and Committees.
Did you know…
Ron MacDonald, a past president of United Steelworkers (USW) 6500 was instrumental in forming our local United Way? In 1982, USW approached Inco (now Vale) to run a joint campaign in support of their community.