We have completed our physical move to our new home.   United Way Waterloo Region Communities is now located at

220- 50 Sportsworld Crossing, East Building  Kitchener ON,  N2P 0A4—right in the center of the region.

Our phone numbers and email addresses remain the same.

Thanks to Manulife, and the Waterloo Region Record Community Partnership we are able to thank the members of our Campaign Cabinet, Board, and Individual Giving Cabinet for their leadership during our 7 million dollar campaign. They’re just the beginning. We would also like to thank the hundreds of volunteers who are amplifying that message with their own voice.  Together, we can Change the Power of Poverty. Click here to view our ad in the Record.

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    Cambridge: 519-621-1030
    Waterloo: 519-888-6100

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    50 Sportsworld Crossing Road (East Building)
    Suite 220
    Kitchener, Ontario
    N2P0A4

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What’s Happening at UWayWRC

What's Next? The Needle and the Damage Done.

Just over a week ago, GenNext and United Way Waterloo Region Communities hosted "The Needle and the Damage Done", an honest and frank discussion of the opioid issue in Waterloo Region and across the country. You can see some coverage of the…

United Way maintains community funding.

“We care, because you care.” United Way begins work towards reinvigorating our community. (Waterloo Region) –February 9, 2018 One year after integrating into a region wide United Way, the CEO is pledging a new era of transparency,…

GenNext-The Needle and the Damage Done

"I sing the song because I love the man, I know that some of you won't understand"- Neil Young, The Needle and the Damage Done. Neil Young's iconic song was written more than 40 years ago, describing the destruction he saw even among his…

Making a Move

In April of 2017 we began the integration of United Way KW and Area and United Way Cambridge North Dumfries in to the new United Way Waterloo Region Communities. Since that time we have been operating in two separate locations.  Understandably…

Volunteers Power Affordable Housing.

 Each month United Way WRC, along with some of our media partners shines the spotlight on a local volunteer.  There are hundreds of opportunities for you to make a difference.  Our Kristen Feduck tells the story of Bryan Shows. For many…

Tax Time-Preparation is key

As we move into the first few days of the New Year, it's time to start thinking about your tax return.   As a registered charity, United Way Waterloo Region Communities provides receipts for donation made during the calendar year.     …

Poverty is not inevitable

Like slavery and apartheid, poverty is not natural. It is manmade, and it can be overcome and eradicated by the actions of human beings. And overcoming poverty is not a gesture of charity. It is an act of justice. It is the protection of a fundamental…

December 6: Remember and Act.

It has been almost 30 years since the horrific attack at Ecole Polytechnique in Montreal, where 14 women were murdered.   Just because they were women. This article, from Raise the Hammer provides plenty of information on the issues surrounding…

What you don't know: United Way in November

You're forgiven if you think of United Way as an organization you might only hear about during a workplace campaign. Behind the scenes, there's a lot going on, and not just in our offices.   Out there--in the real world where people are…