Join us on September 20th as we march along King St. to raise awareness and funds for United Way Waterloo Region Communities. The 3 kilometre March of 1,000 Umbrellas will begin at Waterloo Public Square in Waterloo, ON and end at Carl Zehr Square in Kitchener, ON. Following the march, transportation will be provided to shuttle groups from Carl Zehr Square to Waterloo Public Square.

Whether you walk the entire route or join us at another point along the way, show your local love on September 20th and help ensure support is available in our community for those who need it most.


EVENT SCHEDULE

11:30 AM – GATHER AT WATERLOO PUBLIC SQUARE
75 King St. South, Waterloo
(You can also join us at any other point along the way – click here for route)

11:45 AM – MARCH COMMENCES ALONG KING ST.

12:30 PM – MARCH ENDS AT CARL ZEHR SQUARE
Kitchener City Hall, 200 King St. West, Kitchener

12:30 – 1:00 PM – HARVEST LUNCH IS SERVED
Live musical performance

 *Following the march, transportation will be provided to shuttle groups
from Carl Zehr Square to Waterloo Public Square.

Event registration closes at 11:59pm September 18, 2018.

United Way Waterloo Region Communities is dedicated to helping people live better lives in every one of the seven communities we serve.

Please contact us to discuss the ways you can be involved with United Way Waterloo Region Communities

It’s one of the most common questions we hear. “Who does United Way Support?” Click here to read the full list of networks, collaboratives, agencies and programs with which we are involved.

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