YOU fund 4 local programs

Your donations are helping at least 977 people across Campbell River & the North Island this year.

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  • Meal Programs

  • Food Delivery

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  • Support Groups

  • Individual Counselling

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  • bc 211 Referral Service

  • Drop-in Support for Women and Children

Last year you helped

Throughout the pandemic, together we helped 4,057 people access 28 high-impact programs through 18 agencies.


1,708  food baskets

11,865 remote support

80 nights of shelter


2020-2021 Regional Impact pages- CR Area

2020-2021 Community Impact Report- full

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Stories From Your Community


Merger creates new United Way British Columbia – working with communities in BC’s Interior, Lower Mainland and Central & Northern Vancouver Island

June 2021
Six United Ways have merged as a single organization to increase impact in local communities around the province, including in Central and Northern Vancouver Island, the Lower Mainland, Thompson Nicola Cariboo, Southern Interior, Trail and District,…

Student business ventures reconnect kids to community

April 2021
United Way Central & Northern Vancouver Island funding helps students learn from local entrepreneurs with business program

Creating community across generations

April 2021
The Brighter Day Project in Campbell River is helping seniors and youth to support and learn from each-other.

Making fresh food affordable from Campbell River north

April 2021
VIDEO: The pandemic has required charities to respond to new and increased needs in all our communities. With United Way Central & Northern Vancouver Island's help via the federal government's Emergency Community Support Fund, Greenways Land Trust…

Together, We're Building Stronger Communities

 A thriving community is one where people feel supported and connected; it's a place where everyone has the chance to live with dignity, find joy, and succeed. When we help people support themselves, we lift up our entire community.


by working closely with the Campbell River and District Coalition to End Homelessness’ leadership team to create a collective community plan in response to homelessness.

get reliable resources and information for their health, wellbeing and joy. Because of you, United Way collaborated with the community to identify and address the needs of diverse seniors in the region to establish a local seniors’ information hub.

Because of you, United Way participated on the Campbell River & District Coalition to End Homelessness Leadership Team and worked on addressing housing insecurity in the area.