Last year, United Way Greater Toronto helped 2 million people with food, housing and connection.
We are transforming communities into places with strong, vibrant and connected local food systems where all residents have access to culturally relevant and nutritious food.
We support services and programs that allow low-income seniors to have equal opportunities for healthy aging and excellent quality of life, while aging in community.
United Way is addressing the full spectrum of gender-based, intimate partner, and family violence through supports that offer a safe place and a clear path ahead for survivors of violence.
We’re working to reduce the occurrence and duration of homelessness, prevent homelessness through early intervention, and reduce risks for those who are experiencing homelessness.
Mental health challenges are the leading cause of disability in Canada. We support individuals, families, and communities to improve their mental health and well-being through a wide range of programs and services.
We support youth to become engaged members of their communities by closing opportunity gaps and helping them realize their full potential.