United Way annual fundraising drive beginning Sept. 16 at Courtenay Museum

Join the United Way Central & Northern Vancouver Island as it begins the annual fundraising campaign Sept. 16 at the Courtenay Museum.

Join the United Way Central & Northern Vancouver Island (UWCNVI) as it kicks off the annual fundraising campaign Sept. 16 at 4:30 p.m. with a free event at the Courtenay Museum.

Join people from the community for appetizers, networking opportunity and a meet & greet with community partners.  The UWCNVI will raise funds towards 18 programs in the Comox Valley.

The United Way Central & Northern Vancouver Island kickoff happens Sept. 16 at 4:30 p.m.

RSVP and reserve your free ticket directly through http://cvkickoff.eventbrite.ca.

For additional information or to make your pledge, early contact the UWCNVI office at 250-338-1151 or info@uwcnvi.ca or donate directly online through Canada Helps at www.uwcnvi.ca.

UWCNVI improves lives and builds community by engaging individuals and mobilizing collective action. Since 1958 UWCNVI has help strengthen the communities it serves.

Because of the generosity of donors and volunteers, UWCNVI is able to fund 53 charities supporting 60 programs in the Central Island, the Comox Valley and Campbell River this year.

UWCNVI also manages the Success by 6 early childhood development programs throughout the Central and Northern Island and plays a part in working to reduce homelessness by being the Community Entity for Nanaimo’s Homelessness Strategy.

United Way’s Better at Home program to help keep seniors living at home will begin in Nanaimo, Parksville, Port Hardy, Comox Valley and Port Alberni in 2013 and 2014.

United Way Central & Northern Vancouver Island

 

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