When you give to United Way of the Lower Mainland you make a profound difference in individual lives and the quality of life we all enjoy.
"Angel" helps isolated North Shore senior
Seventy-five-year-old Maureen has lived on Vancouver’s North Shore for over 40 years. It is her home, but remaining there has become increasingly difficult. And she is not alone.
A storyteller’s life has enormous impact
Kathryn had it all – a university degree, a great job as an instructor with BCIT’s Broadcast and Media Communications Department, a beautiful son and daughter, and a husband.
Unstoppable - triumph over bullying
Fatima, a 2nd year criminology student at Kwantlen Polytechnic University, has an easy smile and sunny confidence that belies the tough challenges she faced in high school. She was relentlessly bullied.
United Way-funded counsellors help vulnerable seniors to find housing
Volunteer housing counsellor Joanne smiles as she leans on her walker outside a mall in New Westminster.
Tags: New Westminster, Seniors