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    Your Guide to Living Well and Doing Good

    Feature

    October 15, 2022

    What election issues do you care about?

    In this week’s newsletter we’re talking about the election issues we care about, Islamic Heritage Month and some new United Way-supported programs.

    Newest posts

    October 01, 2022

    We’re raising $110 million for community—and you can help us

    In this week’s newsletter we’re talking about our 2022 Community Campaign, National Day for Truth and Reconciliation and a legislative win for Ontarians with disabilities.

    September 06, 2022

    United Way Greater Toronto’s 2022 Municipal Election Checklist

    There are many ways you can play a part in making this place better for all. This election, don’t miss out on your chance to elect a candidate ready to #TakeActionOnPoverty.

    September 03, 2022

    Celebrating Labour Day

    It’s almost Labour Day, a time to reflect on all that we’ve achieved for workers in this country—and the challenges we have yet to meet.

    Editor’s picks

    November 26, 2021

    Why community collaboration is the key to building back better

    Why community coordination tables are a ‘game-changer’ when it comes to our response to COVID-19.

    January 07, 2019

    5 ways poverty affects youth unemployment

    Being unemployed as a young person can have ramifications that last a lifetime — without work experience, formal training or a professional network, it’s hard to reach even the first rung on the corporate ladder.

    December 19, 2019

    I’m poor and I’m a great mom. Come at me.

    Income level should not determine whether someone is fit to parent


    Community stories

    Community Stories

    More than just a meal

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    Community Stories

    Staying active and connected

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    Community Stories

    A winner at the game of life

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    Community Stories

    A journey to wellness

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    Community Stories

    Power of giving back

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    March 31, 2020

    A day in the life: Jake Farr, trans advocate and counsellor

    As a teacher, social worker and bridge-builder, Jake Farr is making life better for trans communities in Toronto and Durham

    January 10, 2019

    Unsung hero: Toronto housing advocate Aiko Ito

    The GTA’s housing crisis means keeping seniors off the streets, but that is no small feat — just ask Aiko Ito


    Issues

    Issues

    What is social capital and why does it matter

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    Issues

    What is intergenerational trauma and how do you heal from it?

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    Issues

    Respecting invisible disabilities is everyone’s job

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    August 28, 2019

    Here’s just how much poverty can hold kids back

    Poverty has serious repercussions for people of all ages. But for kids, it has particularly devastating effects. An alarming 17 per cent of Canadian children live in poverty. In Toronto, the rate is even higher.

    March 12, 2020

    How food banks in Canada work—and why they’re necessary

    With rising unaffordability and income inequality in Toronto and the GTA, food banks are needed more than ever


    Life

    Life

    How healing lodges help Indigenous women rebuild their lives

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    Life

    How to help newcomers to Toronto feel more at home

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    Life

    I’m poor and I’m a great mom. Come at me.

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    May 17, 2019

    Cool, you’re an ally, but trans and non-binary folks need more

    Trans and non-binary people are just that people. Let’s skip the intrusive questions and build relationships

    February 11, 2020

    9 revolutionary ways to make self-care a priority

    Taking care of yourself is a radical act, but there are simple ways to make it a lifelong habit


    Places

    Places

    How communities can stop gentrification from erasing GTA culture

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    Issues

    Land acknowledgements: uncovering an oral history of Tkaronto

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    Places

    The surprising ways city parks create barriers

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    October 16, 2020

    A neighbourhood lens on food security

    Maybe you’ve heard the term ‘food desert,’ but what about ‘food swamp’? Here’s what that means—and why you might be living in one without even knowing it. Food insecurity doesn’t always look like you think.

    January 21, 2019

    Low-cost—or free!—mental health services in Toronto and the GTA

    A guide to finding affordable counselling and other mental health resources in your neighbourhood


    Philanthropy

    Philanthropy

    Gail Drummond and Bob Dorrance

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    November 03, 2021

    Dilprit and Rajbinder Grewal

    Dilprit and Rajbinder Grewal’s biggest philanthropic priority is making sure everyone in their community has what they need to thrive.

    November 03, 2021

    Bernard Dorval and Francine C?té

    Bernard Dorval and Francine C?té have committed to spending the next chapter of their lives helping others to realize their dreams.


    Partnerships

    Partnerships

    Breaking barriers for systemic change

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    August 11, 2021

    #HelpStartsHere, for all Canadians

    Anyone living anywhere in Canada can pick up the phone and dial 2-1-1 to reach a Service Navigator for information on community-based health, social and government services in or near their community.

    September 02, 2020

    5 steps to building a more inclusive workplace

    United Way partner McCarthy Tétrault shares five steps they’ve taken to build a more inclusive workplace. They want more companies to follow their lead.

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