Employees thrive in a workplace that cares.

When creativity and social responsibility come together the result is impactful. Across Halton, hundreds of employees have been working tirelessly to raise the most funds possible for United Way. From chili cook offs and barbeques to dance a thons, band competitions and bingo cards – each workplace brings their own mix of fun to engage employees around building a stronger community for everyone.

In our age of information and social responsibility, people want to know that the products they are buying and the services they are using are provided by companies who care.  United Way’s corporate partners know that employees who are engaged are willing to do all they can to help achieve corporate success.  A United Way workplace campaign is a wonderful way to increase engagement and show a huge level of commitment to the well-being of employees and the community the company serves.

Workplace donations are supporting programs and services accessed by thousands in our communities each year.  There is no doubt that senior management teams recognize the benefit this has to employee relationships:

“At O’Connor MacLeod Hanna LLP we feel a responsibility to improve the lives of our employees and clients in the community where they live and work. This is one of the reasons why we choose to support United Way Oakville. They have a rigorous research approach to their work so we can feel confident that our donation is going to the current and emerging needs in our community. Our lawyers and staff are enthusiastic and proud to engage with United Way Oakville, making our community an even better place to live and work.”

Jarvis Sheridan



“At PwC, we understand the important role businesses play in being a catalyst for action in the community. That’s why we choose to run a Community Leadership campaign. Not only does it align with a key part of our firm’s strategy to make a difference in our communities, but it enables our people to better connect with one another, create stronger relationships and develop our future leaders.”

 Betty Ann Jarrett,



Take a moment to enjoy some of the fantastic highlights of our creative workplace campaigns in action by checking out our flicker page:  Our photos

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