Strong Communities

From early childhood development to aging seniors, people of all ages should be given an opportunity to thrive. As a community, we need to empower our residents and support them in achieving their full potential. Every person has something to offer our community and we are excited to see how the landscape of Peel will change as our vulnerable population beings to flourish.
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In 2012, about 8.1 million individuals, or 28% of Canadians aged 15 years and older, provided care to a family member or friend with a long-term health condition, disability or aging needs.

In about million individuals, or of Canadians aged 15 years and older, provided care to a family member or friend with a long-term health condition, disability or aging needs.

Grants empower neighbourhoods

Grants empower neighbourhoods

Racism is prevalent, persisting and perpetually growing, experts warn

PEEL — It’s something many of us don’t even think about. But just because you’ve never been a victim of racism doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist in Peel.

Racism is prevalent, persisting and perpetually growing, experts warn

More than Skin Deep Racism is prevalent, persisting and perpetually growing, experts warn Part 1

According to police-reported data, just over 173,600 women aged 15 and older were victims of violent crime in 2011, a rate of 1,207 female victims for every 100,000 women in the population.

According to police-reported data, just over women aged 15 and older were victims of violent crime in a rate of female victims for every women in the population.

Family Abuse Prevention: FACTS- Peel Public Health - Region of Peel

Sexual assault is just one form of woman abuse, or violence against women. Violence against women is a serious social problem.

Volunteers pose with some of the "free" food they harvested from backyards as part of the Mississauga Fruit Tree project, which splits the fruit among the homeowner, the volunteers and a local food bank.

Mississauga Fruit Tree project ensures no apple goes to waste

Volunteers pose with some of the "free" food they harvested from backyards as part of the Mississauga Fruit Tree project, which splits the fruit among the homeowner, the volunteers and a local food bank.

Nikesh's story by United Way of Peel Region. United Way works for everybody. It works for children; it works for abused woman; it works for seniors; it works for newcomers.

Nikesh's story by United Way of Peel Region. United Way works for everybody. It works for children; it works for abused woman; it works for seniors; it works for newcomers.

Audley's story by United Way of Peel Region. My story, I feel, is unique and different from other.

My story, I feel, is unique and different from other. My first interaction with United Way, I used to work as an employee representative at my workplace, at United…

Christianah's story by United Way of Peel Region. I’ll call her Rhoda. That’s not her name. But this we call our success story.

I’ll call her Rhoda. But this we call our success story. This lady called us very depressed. Her family called her lazy, they call…

Gina's Story by United Way of Peel Region. I have so many situations or stories, I don’t even know which one to give.

Gina's Story by United Way of Peel Region. I have so many situations or stories, I don’t even know which one to give.

Antoinette - Healthy People Strong Communities by United Way of Peel Region. Bad things happen to good people all the time…. And we never know when it is going happen to me, you, our neighbor, our brother, our sister…

Antoinette - Healthy People Strong Communities by United Way of Peel Region. Bad things happen to good people all the time…. And we never know when it is going happen to me, you, our neighbor, our brother, our sister…

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