Spirit Awards

United Way of Peel Region’s Spirit Awards program celebrates the extraordinary talent, creativity and dedication shown by organizations and volunteers throughout Brampton, Caledon and Mississauga in their fundraising efforts. The awards were handed out at the Community Achievement Celebrations in March 2017.

Outstanding Agency Campaign Award
  • Family Services of Peel
Speakers’ Bureau Award
  • Leoni Karunaratne
Leading the Way Campaign Award
  • Corporation of The City of Mississauga
Labour Award of Distinction
  • Peel District School Board and Canadian Union of Public Employees Custodial /Maintenance 2544, Canadian Union of Public Employees Clerical Local 1628, Canadian Union of Public Employees Library Technicians, Support Staff, Local 1628, Elementary Teachers Federation of Ontario, Ontario Public Services Employee Union, Ontario Secondary School Teachers Federation District 19, Media Support Specialists' Association, Education Resource Facilitators of Peel, Ontario Secondary School Teachers Federation District 19- Peel Region Professional Student Services Personnel Bargaining Unit and Ontario Secondary School Teachers Federation District 19- Occasional Teachers' Bargaining Unit (ESSP/ECE)
Outstanding Corporate Campaign Award
  • Edward Jones
  • Suncor Energy
Employee Campaign Chair of the Year Awards
  • Kelly Gabora, Canada Dry Mott's
  • Darren Vanderburgh, Contract Pharmaceuticals Limited
  • Craig Kummer, Corporation of the City of Brampton
Outstanding Employee Campaign Award
  • Canada Dry Mott's
  • Contract Pharmaceuticals Limited
  • Corporation of the City of Brampton and CUPE Local 831, Brampton City Corporation Transit Amalgamated Transit Local 1573 and Brampton Firefighters Association Local 1068
Major Banks – Branch Recognition Award
  • BMO - Bramalea Main
Best National Campaign Award
  • Whirlpool Canada

 

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.