Changing Lives

For a community to be great, it has to be great for everyone.

We work with local non-profits, government, stakeholders and thousands of donors like you, to change lives right here in our community.

Learn more about our areas of focus below.

From Poverty to Possibility

Give now to help move people from poverty to possibility

From Poverty to Possibility

Give now to help move people from poverty to possibility
create possibility

Strong Communities

Give now to help build a strong and vibrant community

Strong Communities

Give now to help build a strong and vibrant community
CREATE COMMUNITY

All that Kids Can Be

Give now to ensure children and youth have a great life

All that Kids Can Be

Give now to ensure children and youth have a great life
CREATE THE FUTURE

United Way funding gives children in our community a mentor and a friend

For every $1 invested in mentoring, $18 is returned to society. Through the in-school mentoring program all children are given the opportunity to have their lives changed.

Learn more about United Way’s investment in mentoring

Community Investments

None of the work we do in the community would be possible without the generosity of donors. Your contribution helps us to build a

strong social support network. This network of services in turn strengthens our entire region and changes people’s lives for the better.

  • All that kids can be (Regional investments, Youth Initiative Grants, Success by 6) – $537,059 
  • Strong communities (Regional investments, bc211.ca) – $599,820.00 
  • Poverty to possibility (Regional investments) – $146,000

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bc211.ca on CFJC Midday

Thanks to Susan Edgell for having us on CFJC Today Kamloops to talk about how bc211.ca is there for support when help is needed the most. By connecting families [...]

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