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    The Region of Peel works with a variety of non-profit social services agencies and other organizations that advocate on behalf of Peel residents.

    We’re proud to work with the following partners:

    United Way of Peel Region

    An Open Letter to Community Members regarding our Community Investment Strategy - February 2008

    United Way of Peel Region engages with our community, through partnerships, to ensure people are cared for, connected and included. It was established in 1967 and serves the communities of Brampton, Caledon and Mississauga. United Way invests in programs, services and initiatives that create a holistic and integrated approach to meeting our community’s most important social priorities. United Way provides a strong voice for social change that strengthens our community and improves individual lives.

    Best Start Network

    The Best Start Network is responsible for planning and monitoring implementation of the Ministry of Children and Youth Services Best Start initiative within the Region of Peel. The Network comprises more than 60 community-based organizations reflecting the unique composition of Peel Region and a broad range of community perspectives.

    Fair Share for Peel Task Force

    Every child and family in Ontario deserves equal access to social services.

    Current provincial funding doesn’t recognize that Peel’s population growth and ethno-cultural diversity has significantly contributed to increased needs in the Region. As a result, Peel residents wait longer and receive a lower level of service.

    The Fair Share Task Force is a broadly based coalition of more than 70 supporting agencies across the Region including business, education, health and social service agencies.

    Success By Six

    Success By 6 Peel is a unique, community-based initiative focused on giving children the very best start in life.

    Success By 6 partners with the United Way of Peel Region and more than 60 business, labour, health, social services and government organizations.



    Revised: Wednesday June 17 2015

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