Our 2017 Allocation Application form for agencies is now online, visit our How we Fund page for the application forms and more information.
Kelly Maloney and Laurie McCarthy from the City of Kawartha Lakes and Nicki Dedes and Andrew Brooks from the Olympia Restaurant present the United Way’s Penny Barton Dyke and Shantal Ingram with a cheque. The funds were raised from the very successful 100 Mile Dinner held in September at the Olympia. The 100 Mile Dinner is an annual event that raises funds for the United Way for the City of Kawartha Lakes and Kawartha Choice Farm Fresh.
Another Successful Crayola Sale!
Saturday, October 15 - 28th Annual Crayola Sale
And the Crayola Sale Raffle prize winners are...
- 1st Prize: Flora Gray
- 2nd Prize: Duncan Lindsay
- 3rd Prize: Joanne Snooks
The United Way along with many non-profit agencies, businesses and government have made a measurable difference in the City of Kawartha Lakes. Our donors and volunteers are critical to the success of our community. The agencies we support financially, and through collaborations, are committed to the people who live here. Together, we offer help and hope. Collective caring defines this community as one where we want to raise families, retire and work.
By bringing citizens from all parts of our community to identify opportunities for sustainable growth and to address critical challenges, we ensure that the donations we receive go where they are needed the most... and where they will have the greatest impact.
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