Long Term Priority Funding

United Way’s Long-Term Priority Funding

This United Way Peterborough investment stream is used to stabilize agencies that align to the community priorities and outcomes identified by United Way. Agencies receive funding for up to 5 years and are expected to meet the highest standards in organizational accountability. Close to 75% of our community fund is used to support long-term investment.

  • Big Brothers & Big Sisters
  • CMHA
  • Community Care Peterborough
  • Community Counselling & Resource Center
  • Community Living Peterborough
  • Elizabeth Fry Society
  • John Howard Society
  • Kawartha Sexual Assault Centre
  • New Canadians Center
  • PARN
  • Peterborough Community Chaplaincy
  • PCCHU (Food for Kids)
  • Peterborough Family Resource Centre
  • Peterborough Youth Services
  • Trent Valley Literacy Association
  • YES Shelter for Youth and Families
  • YWCA

What's New

United Way Peterborough Announces 1.2 million

News

The United Way of Peterborough and District announced Wednesday morning that the fall campaign has reached $1.2 million toward its goal of raising $1.85 million for the local agencies funded by United Way. United Way CEO Jim Russell and campaign chairwoman Megan Murphy joined members of the campaign team in making the announcement at the…

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United Way Peterborough Announces 560K Milestone

News

United Way Peterborough & District Campaign Chair Megan Murphy and CEO Jim Russell announced the campaign has hit $560,000. The announcement was made in front of one of the Chalk Talk Boards in downtown Peterborough.   Media Coverage: www.thepeterboroughexaminer.com/news-story/9032127-united-way-of-peterborough-and-district-tally-reaches-560-000/

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