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Volunteers guide the way

National Volunteer Week 2017

At United Way of Peel Region, volunteers and professional staff work together in partnership to achieve our mission. The Board of Directors consists of a strong group of volunteers that share their vision, passion and expertise in every facet of the organization, helping to ensure resources are used for the greatest impact.


Meet some of our volunteers

National Volunteer Week 2017

Volunteers are the backbone of United Way of Peel Region. We couldn’t do what we do without them. Today, we’d like to introduce you to a few volunteers from our councils.


Spotlight on Josh

National Volunteer Week 2017

Josh Busuttil has experienced his share of trials and tribulations. Following a diagnosis of Tourette’s Syndrome and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder he continued to struggle with adversity. Depression took its toll on him. He was in a dark place when he enrolled in a United Way funded program at a Mississauga-based agency.

“It took a lot of hard work and faith as I fought through the dark times in my life, and have now come out the other side into the light,” says Josh. “I had to change my old habits to achieve this feeling of inner peace--a peace that I hope that everyone will one day also get to experience for themselves.”


The Heart of our Community

Written by // Roy Saad

National Volunteer Week 2017

The Heart of our Community

103,680. No, I’m not talking about how much over the asking price a condo sold for in the last five minutes. That is the amount of times the average heart beats each day.

Volunteers are the heart that makes our beautiful communities thrive and grow. Here at United Way of Peel Region, we have the honour to work with over 1,300 volunteers who contributed over 6,000 volunteer hours last year. They commit their time, energy, resilience, their life to a cause they are passionate about… not because they have to… but because they want to. They want to create possibility for the over 200,000 individuals who have benefited from a United Way funded program in the last year.


Proactivity Project

Written by // Nabeel Syed Categories // Impact

Proactivity Project

This post is a part of a series that highlights the 2016/2017 recipients of the Youth in Action (YIA) grants.

In March we sat down with the leadership team of the Proactivity project to discuss their motivations, backgrounds, the project, and their upcoming event.

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