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Why United Way Greater Toronto?

A great place to work starts with its people. Driven by excellence and a shared set of values, our team is dedicated to doing meaningful work in the community. If you want to combine your professional talents with a commitment to our mission, come join us! At United Way, you get to…

  • Do great work
  • Support your community
  • Volunteer and participate at our events
  • Show your local love
  • Learn from your talented colleagues
  • Make a difference

Benefits and Perks

As a United Way employee, you are eligible to participate in a wide range of employee benefits and perks including: 

  • Competitive Compensation 
  • Learning & Development Opportunities 
  • Comprehensive Medical & Dental Coverage
  • Wellness & Social Programs 
  • Flexible Work Hours 
  • Generous Time Off Policies 
  • Recognition for Excellence 
  • Dress for Your Day Policy 
  • Defined Benefit Pension Plan

…and so much more! 

Interested in career opportunities at United Way Greater Toronto?

See what our employees have to say…

Evon Smith

United Way Greater Toronto is a great place to work. It’s a pleasure to work for an organization that continuously innovates to make a difference in our communities.

Evon Smith, Manager, FOCUS Toronto

Deb DeCruze

How lucky am I to be blessed with two families. One that raised me to understand, help and support the ‘human’ aspects of life, issues faced and the deeper unspoken struggles. And my second family, United Way! Our platforms are the same; fulfilling the innate desire to make a difference in someone else’s life.

Deb DeCruze, Office Assistant, Facilities/Office Services

United Way’s commitment to our employees:

Reconciliation, Equity, Anti-Racism, Diversity & Inclusion

We are committed to creating an inclusive workplace that reflects the diverse community we serve. We embrace different abilities, perspectives and lived experiences, and we promote equity—welcoming, celebrating and valuing the contributions of all. Read our internal 2020 Diversity and Inclusion Progress Report for more information. In September 2020, we also endorsed a commitment to make explicit our commitment to reconciliation and equity as integral to advancing our mission.

The READI Committee

The Reconciliation, Equity, Anti-Racism, Diversity & Inclusion Committee is a cross-functional group of employee volunteers representing teams, levels, and diversity of the organization. We are a committee of members working together and accountable to the VP, People & Culture, to augment ongoing work of the People & Culture team to build an equitable workplace culture. Membership of the committee is made up of at least 15 individuals from across teams, levels, geographic representation and social identity demographics. 

READI Committee Members

Abby Robins,
Senior Manager, Communications
Anita Stellinga,
Chief of Staff
Annique Farrell,
Manager, Youth Initiatives
Bukola Akindipe,
Senior Accountant
Dalini Ragoonanan,
Director, Learning & Culture
Jimmy Huang,
Noor Alsaidi,
Vice President, People & Culture
Kelly McAllister,
Manager, Donor Engagement
Lorraine Yang,
Manager, Financial Analysis & Business Support
Mabe Illah,
Manager, Corporate Donor Relations
Nina Toyama,
Administrative Assistant, Programs
Sandi Trillo,
Senior Manager, Strategic Initiatives
Sanga Achakzai,
Manager, Community Investment
Seigo Nishijima
Manager, Corporate Donor Relations
Tony Lo,
Senior Manager, IT Operations & Security
Victoria Nixon,
Senior Philanthropy Officer

Still Not Convinced?

If you still aren’t sure about how you would fit into our organization, we invite you to learn more about our talented teams and what they do.