Where your money goes

What to know where your money goes? Here’s just a small sample of the hundreds of programs and services funded by United Way/Centraide Ottawa last year. It just goes to show, when you give to United Way/Centraide Ottawa, you’re investing in your community. In addition to these organizations, United Way/Centraide also issues a number of community partnership and youth action grants.

Big Brothers Big Sisters Ottawa
Boys and Girls Club of Ottawa
Canadian Hearing Society
Canadian Mental Health Association, Ottawa
Canadian National Institute for the Blind
Canadian Red Cross, Ottawa Branch
Christie Lake Kids
Dave Smith Youth Treatment Centre
Disabled Persons Community Resources
Distress Centre of Ottawa and Region
Eastern Ottawa Resource Centre
Elizabeth Fry Society of Ottawa
Family Services à la famille-Ottawa
The Good Companions
House of Hope
Immigrant Women Services Ottawa
Learning Disabilities Association of
Lowertown Youth Centre
The Mission
National Capital Region YMCA-YWCA
Nepean Community Resource Centre
New Beginnings for Youth
Ottawa-Carleton Association for Persons with Developmental Disabilities
Ottawa-Carleton Independent Living Centre
Ottawa Humane Society
Ottawa Rape Crisis Centre
Planned Parenthood Ottawa
St. John Ambulance, Council for Federal District
School Breakfast Program
Victorian Order of Nurses, Ottawa-Carleton Branch
Volunteer Ottawa
VHA Health and Home Support
Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health
Youth Services Bureau of Ottawa

Want to know more? Get a complete list of funding breakdown and supported initiatives at: carleton.ca/unitedway/

Plus, you can specify that your gift be directed to any one of thousands of registered Canadian charities. To search the database of registered charities go to: www.cra-arc.gc.ca/tax/charities/

From – http://www.now.carleton.ca/2004-09b/507.htm

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