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Thanks to the support of our donors, for over 70 years United Way Peterborough & District has worked with human and social service agencies to transform our community. We strategically align our investments to issues and populations identified by our research to set outcomes and indicators realizing the greatest impact possible for our community.

Homelessness Partnering Strategy (HPS)
Request for Proposal (RFP)

United Way of Peterborough & District is issuing a call for proposals to apply for funds available through Employment and Social Development Canada’s HPS initiative over a two year period from April 1, 2015 until March 31, 2017. Applicant organizations are eligible to apply for up to $112,000 per year for a total of $224,000 over the funding period. Homelessness Partnering Strategy RFP Guidelines & Criteria

RFP Timeline
RFP Details Released to Community – October 6, 2014
Proposal Deadline – October 31, 2014 (4pm)
CAB Review of Proposal – 2nd  week of November
Notification of Funding Decision – Late November/Early December

For questions or more information email impact@uwpeterborough.ca. Please note that late applications will not be considered.

 

Youth Grants

United Youth Grants foster leadership skills and demonstrate the value of volunteerism. The program empowers youth to improve their communities and the lives of those around them. Youth gain skills in project management and leadership, as well as use their talents to support issues of concern to them. Projects eligible for grants are to make a positive contribution to the school community, City and County, and/or peers.

To learn more, see our Youth Grant Brochure.

To apply for a Youth Grant, see our Youth Grant Application Form 2015

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Petes Plaid Night

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Today in the Pat Casey Alumni room at the Memorial Centre, Jim Russell CEO of the United Way of Peterborough and District together with the 2017 Campaign Chair Neil Morton announced that Thursday November 2 will be Plaid Night at the Peterborough Petes game against the Sarnia Sting. Coining a neologism, Morton implored everyone to…

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