Employee Awards are presented to employee groups who demonstrate exceptional leadership, generosity and creativity in their annual workplace campaign.
Cornerstone Awards recognize workplace campaigns whose employee and/or corporate donations together exceed $20,000 and are less than $50,000:
Peterborough Victoria Northumberland Clarington Catholic District School Board
TD Canada Trust
Kawartha Pine Ridge Catholic District School Board
County of Peterborough
Minute Maid Company Canada Inc.
LCBO District #8
Peterborough Utilities Services Inc.
Community Builder Awards recognize workplace campaigns whose employee and corporate donations together exceed $50,000 and are less than $75,000:
Siemens Canada Limited
Royal Bank of Canada and RBC Dominion Securities
Leading The Way Awards recognizes workplace campaigns whose employee and corporate donations together exceed $75,000:
General Electric Canada, Peterborough
Peterborough Regional Health Centre
City of Peterborough
Robinson Place, Ministry of Natural Resources
United Way Peterborough & District’s Scholfield Award of Community Distinction was established in 2004 and is meant to recognize a resident or organization within the boundaries of the City and County of Peterborough “celebrating outstanding contributions to community building”. Previous honorees include Paul and Ina Scholfield, the first recipients and who the award has been named after, Sharon Courts, Paul Lafond, People First, John Martyn, Bill Strode, Roy Brady, Survivors Abreast and John McNutt.
This year the Awards Committee is proud to name Special Olympics – Peterborough as the recipient of the 2013 Scholfield Award. Special Olympics – Peterborough clearly demonstrates their commitment to improving lives and building community in the City and County of Peterborough and are a true inspiration to others.
An Open Call to Local Service Agencies
After nearly two years of research and development, United Way Peterborough & District has launched an open call to local social service agencies to apply for funding under a new community investment model. United Way will concentrate its efforts on two key areas: moving people from poverty to possibility and building healthy and strong communities.
Watch our video update by Jim Russell, CEO United Way Peterborough & District
The priority focus is on three distinct areas – basic needs, life skills and community supports. United Way Peterborough & District wants to make significant progress toward a vision of a poverty-free community; a place where all children and youth achieve their full potential; where individuals and families have greater independence and financial stability; where everyone has a sense of well-being and safety and feels a meaningful connection to their community.
The call for applications is now open to all agencies in the City and/or County of Peterborough.
Please visit Apply For Funding for more details.
United Way Invites Funding Applications
(Peterborough Examiner, May 22, 2014)
United Way Moves to Community Investment Model
(KRUZfm.ca, May 22, 2014)
United Way Shifts to New Model for Community Investment
(Magic967.fm May 22, 2014)
United Way Re-Evaluates Funding Process
(Extra Peterborough, May 27, 2014)