Community Partners

Through the Community Priorities Fund, 88 programs are delivered through 53 agencies.In addition to the Community Priorities Fund, other United Way funding streams include: Strong Neighbourhood Grants, Youth In Action Grants and the Community Response Fund

Agency Partners

African Community Services of Peel
Associated Youth Services of Peel
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Peel
Boys and Girls Club of Peel
Brampton Caledon Community Living
Brampton Multicultural Community Centre
Caledon Community Services
Caledon Dufferin Victim Services
Caledon Meals on Wheels
Caledon Parent-Child Centre
Canadian Hearing Society – Peel Region
Canadian Mental Health Association/Peel Branch
Carefirst Seniors & Community Services Association
Catholic Crosscultural Services
Catholic Family Services Peel-Dufferin
CNIB Halton-Peel
Community Living Mississauga
Dixie Bloor Neighbourhood Drop-in Centre
East Mississauga Community Health Centre
Eden Food for Change
Elder Help - Peel
Elizabeth Fry Society of Peel-Halton
Erin Mills Youth Centre
The Exchange, Caledon*
Family Association for Mental Health
Family Services of Peel
Indus Community Services
Interim Place
John Howard Society Peel - Halton - Dufferin
The Journey Neighbourhood Centre, Brampton*

Knights Table
Labour Community Services of Peel
Learning Disabilities Association of Peel Region
Malton Neighbourhood Services
MIAG Centre for Diverse Women & Families
Newcomer Centre of Peel
Nexus Youth Services
Our Place (Peel)
Peace Ranch
Peel Children and Youth Initiative
Peel Family Education Centre
Polycultural Immigrant & Community Services
Punjabi Community Health Services
Rapport Youth & Family Services
Rehabilitation Foundation for the Disabled/March of Dimes
Safe City Mississauga
Sexual Assault/Rape Crisis Centre of Peel (Hope 24/7)
Sheridan Neighbourhood Family Program, Mississauga*
Spectra Community Support Services
St. Leonard’s Place Peel
The Dam
Victim Services of Peel
Vita Centre
Volunteer Mississauga Brampton Caldeon
YMCA Peel Region
YWCA Toronto - December 6 Fund


* Neighbourhood Development Grant Recipient



United Way works in partnership with people from all corners of our community to ensure people are cared for, connected and included. Our commitment to working through partnerships helps to mobilize and leverage the collective strength that exists within our community. Solutions to complex issues such as reducing poverty, creating opportunities for newcomers, stopping domestic violence, and empowering youth require community collaboration.

Canadian Labour Congress
Community Door
Fair Share for Peel Task Force
Funders Consortium
Healthy City Stewardship Centre
MH LHIN System Planning Advisory Committee on Health Equity
Peel Elder Abuse Prevention Network
Peel Leadership Centre

Peel Newcomer Strategy Group
Peel Poverty Reduction Strategy Committee
Poverty and Employment Precarity in Southern Ontario
Region of Peel
Regional Diversity Roundtable
Vibrant Communities
Western GTA Summit
Youth Violence Prevention Network


United Way of Peel Region

The data in this report was collected by our United Way agency partners from April 1, 2016 to March 31, 2017. As much as possible we have tried to avoid duplication, however this data does not reflect unique individuals served, as clients may access a program several times and/or more than one program within an agency or between agencies.