Thousands will benefit from your support
When you give to Brant United Way, your donation is invested locally to address identified priority areas. Approximately 45,000 citizens or 1 in 3 will be helped by our 18 Member Agencies who deliver quality services and programs for citizens in our community. For many of these Agencies, the support from United Way is integral to their operation. Without it, many wouldn't be able to operate.
Campaign and Special Event Assistant Job Posting
Posted: June 6, 2018
The Brant United Way is seeking a Campaign and Special Event Assistant - Summer Student Position - 8 weeks. Please click here for details.
Giant Warehouse Sale Coming
Posted: April 11, 2018
Join us Saturday, May 26 2018 at the Lions Park Arena details here
Ever Wondered What $1000 can do?
Posted: November 28, 2017
Brantford Blast Supports the Brant United Way
Posted: October 19, 2017
Join us on November 3rd, when the Brantford Blast takes on the Hamilton Steelhawks. Bid on your favourite players jersey in the auction!
2017 Brant United Way - Day in the Life of a Firefighter
Posted: September 20, 2017
This is your chance to live the life of a firefighter for one day! Participants pay $500 experience a water rescue in Brantford and a live fire training at Six Nations with lunch at the Brantford Fire Station. Read more!
And We’re Off! Celebrating our 1 st Annual Fire Truck Pull and 2017 Goal Announcement
Posted: September 1, 2017
After a gruelling competition at our First Annual Fire Truck Pull, Brant United Way has announced a 2017 campaign goal of $1,700,000.00. Local teams from N0-Club, Re/Max Twin City, Cross Fit Durst, Brantford Harlequins RFC, Brant United Way, and Brantford Fire Department showed their strength and pulled together for our community. After two suspenseful rounds the Harlequins emerged victorious. Together, all teams raised over $4,000.00 to jump start our 2017 campaign!
Who will come back to challenge the Harlequins stellar time next year?
Thank you to Carrier Centres, Carrier Centres Tire & Automotive Repair, and Dual Sport Plus for being the lead sponsors of our 2017 kick off! Thank you also to Kevin Butler, Sociable Kitchen + Tavern, Mother’s Pizza, Orchard Home Farms, Original Kettlecorn, and SC Johnson for your kind and generous support.
Showing our community we care
Posted: June 12, 2017
On Friday, June 9th 2017 100 local volunteers rolled up their sleeves and helped not-for-profit agencies in Brantford and Paris. Brant United Way matched projects at not-for-profit agencies with volunteer groups from local workplaces. With many agencies operating on small budgets they rely on volunteers to help them take care of projects like general maintenance, landscaping, and painting. Day of Caring is an opportunity to bring our community together and create positive change.
We are grateful to Brant Mutual Insurance for their generous sponsorship for Day of Caring and continued support. Thank you to all agencies who submitted projects and all of the volunteers who made a difference this year!
The Giant Warehouse Sale takes over Brantford
Posted: May 29, 2017
We hosted our 15th annual Giant Warehouse Sale on Saturday, May 27th! Approximately 1700 shoppers came out to get great deals and give back to our community. Since its inception, the Giant Warehouse Sale has raised over $2,000,000.00 to support local individuals and families. Thank you to all of the product donors and sponsors whose generosity makes the sale such a success and to all of the hardworking volunteers who give of their time each year.
The Giant Warehouse Sale doesn’t come together overnight; check out the process from start to finish!
Thank you to all of our generous donors and sponsors!
Posted: January 30, 2017
Brant United Way is pleased to announce the achievement from the 2016 campaign. Brant United Way has raised $1,652,223 to support local families and individuals in Brantford, County of Brant, and Six Nations of the Grand River.
All that kids can be
Giving children and youth opportunities to reach their potential.
Families are strengthened with support, and people are given tools to live independently.
From poverty to possibility
People are given life's necessities.