Corporate Volunteers Help Out – United Way Day of Caring 2018

The United Way Greater Toronto has been sending corporate volunteers to WTSS for many years.

This year is no exception!   Between both the Bloor and Weston site, we have a record number of SEVEN events this year.

Volunteers from EY and the United Way prepare for our Thanksgiving Lunch on October 4

The projects allow employees from various corporations to experience community programs through The United Way Greater Toronto member agencies.   Participants not only provide valuable help to our agency but gain insight into where their corporate donations go and the valuable work that the United Way does.

So far we’ve had the pleasure of welcoming:

  • EY
  • The Insurance Bureau of Canada
  • Ministry of the Environment Conservation and Parks
  • BMO


Enbridge Gas Distribution, CIBC and Enterprise Holdings Inc. will be joining us in November.

Volunteers from Insurance Bureau of Canada and the United Way helped deliver hot and frozen meals in the community on October 16

Each group has been actively participating through-out October in our Community Dining and Meals on Wheels.

Individuals became an invaluable part of our volunteer team, working together to deliver much needed programs in the community.

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Volunteers from BMO help deliver meals to the Mt. Dennis and Weston community

Thank you to everyone!

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