Ongoing community outreach enables United Way to gain a better understanding of which areas have the highest need and where long-term solutions can be created.
This year, the organization has set out on a journey to community impact. Community conversations with local residents about the pressing issues our communities face guided United Way to realign
its investment strategies to create sustainable solutions and opportunities for those living in Northumberland County.
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Northumberland United Way's Mission is to create a better life for everyone in Northumberland County through leadership and partnerships that mobilize community resources.
We are an organization that benefits the lives of individuals and families in Northumberland County. To achieve this:
- We focus on key communities priorities
- We support the programs that create a positive impact
- We partner to make our community stronger
- We honour the values of all of our donors, volunteers and staff
What People Are Saying
"My husband and I are very grateful for the Northumberland Big Brothers Big Sisters Program. Our daughters are fortunate to be matched with 3 young, energetic women. Our daughters smile more, walk taller and feel better about themselves. Your commitment has enriched the lives of our little girls."
— Client, Northumberland Big Brothers Big Sisters
"When I needed someone to talk to, there was a counselor at Cornerstone, every single time. When I was in crisis , they were there. They helped me with safety planning and helped me on my journey of healing and gaining ownership of my life again. "
— Client, Cornerstone Family Violence and Prevention
"Because of the Learning Disabilities Association’s After School Tutoring program, I can now read at my grade level and I am doing well in all of my subjects at school. I feel better about myself and my learning abilities.” "
— Client, Learning Disabilities Association, Northumberland