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United Way 2017 Fire Truck Pulls

It’s the ultimate tug of war challenge and a GREAT team building event. Gather a team of 10 and join the fun with a Fire Truck or Tractor Pull to kick off the fall United Way Campaign. Your team will play “tug of war” to compete for awards and best of all…bragging rights!

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BMO Rolls Up Their Sleeves for a United Way of Northern BC Day of Caring

In this picture (left to right) are Iain Acton, Karen Parker Kara Reinhardt, Martin Loggin, and Sophie Durocher.

On July 25, 2017, BMO Terrace teamed up with United Way of Northern BC to provide some shine to the Terrace and District Community Services Society (TDCSS) Terrace Campus Child Care Center.

Eight members from BMO put on gloves and got to work, cleaning and sanitizing the TDCSS Child Care Centre in two four-hour shifts.  One of United Way of Northern BC’s pillars is helping kids be all that they can be, and keeping a child care centre clean […]

July 26th, 2017|Categories: Day of Caring, Volunteer|Comments Off on BMO Rolls Up Their Sleeves for a United Way of Northern BC Day of Caring

United for BC Wildfires

As fires continue to devastate British Columbia, United Way is mobilizing efforts through “United for BC Wildfire Recovery,” a national initiative preparing for the recovery and rebuilding of communities across the province. “The fires continue to devastate; it’s a long process because it takes several months to recover and things have been just displaced for people. So United Way, as a joint group, has come together just to mitigate and close those gaps,” says Roberta Squire, CEO of United Way of Northern BC.

“We have supported the Red Cross over and over again, so it fits […]

July 19th, 2017|Categories: Give, Media Release|Comments Off on United for BC Wildfires

BC Wildfires: Where to Find Help & How You Can Help

It’s been a tough week throughout the region and province. The United Way of Northern BC continues to be here for our communities. Stay in touch with us via our Facebook page.

Don’t forget we have bc211 service as well City of Prince George is welcoming residents of the Cariboo who are seeking refuge from the region’s wildfires.

Evacuees are requested to register first at the reception centre at the College of New Caledonia, which is located along Highway 97 just north of the intersection with Highway 16. The address for the College of New Caledonia […]

July 11th, 2017|Categories: Give|Comments Off on BC Wildfires: Where to Find Help & How You Can Help