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Make a lasting difference in the financial stability of individuals and families. Our Vision: Greater Niagara is a vibrant region where all individuals and families can realize their potential through education, income stability and a healthy lifestyle. Improve lives and change community conditions through strategic and effective services. Please call us at 716-731-4580 or email us at [email protected] Our mission: Invest in education, health and income programs that produce measurable results to improve our community today and strengthen it for tomorrow. “My name is Kimberly, I`m 42 years old. I am the mother of 5 beautiful children and I was lucky to have a grandchild. Carolyn`s House has a supportive housing program for homeless women and children run by the YWCA of Niagara Border. After finishing my stay at Halfway House, I had no place to go. I am proof that it is NEVER too late and that you can always make the right change. “My name is Lydia* and I am a survivor of domestic violence. I lived in a situation of domestic violence for 17 years. I didn`t think there would ever be hope for me, or that I would ever make him alive. With the help of the few strong and incredible women in my life who believed in me.

They put me in touch with Passage House, Niagara`s domestic violence shelter. If you think there is no hope, I am here to tell you that there is a way out. I have been silent for so long and now I am ready to speak. ยป Sign up and volunteer for the United Way of Greater Niagara! We are always looking for new people to volunteer at our events. Without the volunteers we already have, we would never be able to coordinate events like; Day of Care! Promote behaviours that lead to a healthier lifestyle. “Literacy New York Buffalo-Niagara has been fortunate to have a family of dedicated volunteer tutors over the past 50 years, including volunteers like Chuck Curran. Chuck is an avid reader and active volunteer for a variety of community organizations. After retiring from a career in government social work, he joined LNYBN in 2013 and has since taught Constance Lansberry at the Niagara Falls Main Library. “Helping children go to school, ready to learn, behave positively and strive for academic achievement. An easy and effective way to support United Way is to provide your customers with coin banks so they can replenish their extra currency! Please contact us if you would like to place one of the coin banks in your business.. .

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