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Marshall: Battling for Success

Unlike many of his friends, he never really got the chance to be a kid. When he was just 13 years old, his mom was diagnosed with cancer. The younger of two siblings, Marshall stuck ...

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Tony & Sandy: A Love Story

For as long as she could remember, every morning when Sandy collected the newspaper she would flip to the travel and entertainment section. Both her and her husband Tony were avid travelers who loved the ...

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David & STRIDE

Having majored in psychology, he knew what it meant if he said yes to the next check-box. It would mean he would be labelled. But as David went back to his hospital room, something nagged ...

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Banter with Big Wigs

This is your chance to meet with Oakville’s influencers from every field of business. It happens just once a year when these movers and shakers come together to share what it took to take them ...

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Oakville’s United Way Campaign Kick Off & Bus Pull Challenge

Businesses, agencies and community partners joined United Way Oakville as we unveiled our 2015 fundraising goal of $4,310,000.

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27th Annual Mayor’s United Way Invitational Golf Tournament

The 27th Annual Mayor’s Invitational Golf Tournament in support of United Way Oakville was met with great success last week. A sold out tournament, over 140 golfers enjoyed a beautiful day at Glen Abbey Golf ...

United Way Oakville Campaign Team Announcing $4.25 M Raised

United Way Oakville raises $4.25 million for the community

On Thursday, February 5th United Way Oakville proudly announced at their annual Community Celebration Night that the Oakville community raised $4.25 million for its 2014 fundraising campaign, coming in above goal.

Beers, Peers & Spheres (of Influence)

Young professionals will be given an exclusive opportunity to network with some of Oakville and the surrounding area’s most high-powered and influential executives at GenNext Oakville’s Beers, Peers and Spheres (of Influence) event on January ...

“From my head to my heart”

For Terry Smith and Francine Landry, volunteering with and supporting United Way Oakville wasn’t the result of a special ‘aha’ moment. That part came later.

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Paint the Town Red

It’s never been easier to support local businesses and your community. On Friday, November 21st twenty-four local restaurants will donate a portion of proceeds to United Way Oakville’s 2014 fundraising campaign to raise over $4 ...

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