A Year in Review – United Way
As we welcome 2023, I am reflecting on the many challenges our community faces. An ongoing pandemic, skyrocketing inflation, a worsening housing crisis. But through it all, you have been there, partnering with United Way to meet these challenges head on. Together, we continue to connect over 120,000 people across Niagara every year to the supports they need, close to home. Food programs, mental health and housing supports — all available thanks to the efforts and generosity of our funded agencies, partners, donors and volunteers, working together in a united way.
We should all take a moment to celebrate these victories big and small. There is still much work to be done to bring a future without poverty into focus, but I know that with you by our side, we will get there. From everyone here at United Way Niagara, thank you for all that you have done to strengthen this place we call home. Wishing you and your family the very best in this new year. I hope you’ll enjoy this brief recap of some of the incredible moments you helped make possible in 2022.
Frances Hallworth, CEO, United Way Niagara
In no particular order, 8 Impact Highlights from 2022