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Leadership Development Program

United Way of Peterborough and District, together with Laridae, launched a strategic partnership to increase community capacity through a new training program for senior leaders in the charitable and non-profit sector. Training topics will include but are not limited to; Governance, Strategic Planning and Risk Management. A scholarship opportunity has been developed where recipients receive up to 75% contributed to their registration fee. To learn more about the course and scholarship or to register please click the button below.

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We live in, work in and support a community that we love. Yes, there are problems. You, can be part of the solution. Want to learn more? Watch our official 2019 Campaign Video.

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Local Love Toques Now On Sale

Made with Local Love in partnership with PTBO Northern Originals $25 – available from our office – 277 Stewart Street, Peterborough

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Peterborough’s 2019 living wage is $17.63/hour

We have released our 2019 Living Wage Report which has found that the living wage for Peterborough in 2019 is $17.63 per hour for a family of two parents and two children with both parents working. A living wage is the hourly wage required of two parents working full-time and supporting two children and is different from the provincially mandated minimum wage. See our 4 page brochure and the background document which details how the living wage for Peterborough was calculated.

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The Dave Smith United Way Sledge Hockey Challenge


  Dave Smith, Member of Parliament for Peterborough-Kawartha, and United Way Peterborough and District are pleased to announce a joint event, the Dave Smith United Way Sledge Hockey Challenge. Sledge hockey is designed for players who have a physical disability. Players are seated on sleds and use customized hockey sticks with metal teeth on the... Read More

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