Together We Make an Impact in Our Community

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2022 reUnited! Telethon Highlights

WOW! Thanks to you, we met our goal of $350,000 with only seconds to spare!

To all the school students who fundraised and entertained, to all the restaurants, groups, and individuals who donated food for the volunteers, to the ECS SRC Takeover crew who did a fantastic job hosting through the night, to everyone who donated in the community, at work, at your child's school or at the Telethon, to all the singers, dancers, painters, performers, and chefs, to our Member Agencies and Community Impact Partners for providing awareness about the hard work you do and the valuable services you provide, to businesses who ran promotions, to everyone who helped with the Telethon setup, answered phones, ran cameras, helped with raffle tickets and bid items, or helped in any way.....


( We were so excited to be reUnited! with you all and we simply can't say it enough how awesome you are!)

Give. Volunteer. Act.

United Way Estevan has supported necessary community initiatives and services to help those who need it the most in Estevan and area for over 45 years. We proudly do this through our group of strong volunteers and our incredible donors. We aim to GIVE financially to support these services, VOLUNTEER our time to our community, and ACT to serve those in need.

(Please include email and mailing address when you donate, so we can send you a receipt.)


Day of Caring 2022

Thank you to our volunteers!

How did you make a difference in 2021?

Download and read the 2021 Community Impact Report to learn more about how our Member Agencies and Community Impact Partners supported our community.


Annual Telethon

United Way Estevan holds one major fundraiser every year to support our community impact projects and member agencies. The United Way Telethon is a 33-hour live event held every October to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for our community. Our 2022 Telethon will be held on October 14th and 15th at the Estevan Royal Canadian Legion Hall.

Day of Caring

The Day of Caring is an annual national event to celebrate volunteering and to help contribute to the community in which we live. Each year United Way Estevan mobilizes more than a hundred volunteers to give a helping hand to local projects for people or organizations that would not otherwise be able to accomplish them. 

Community Impact

The Community Impact Fund is designed to support major projects for community initiatives. Through this program United Way has been able to provide funding for the Hillcrest Breakfast program and many others.


211’s telephone line and online directory help people deal with life’s challenges. The free service connects users with vital community and social resources, close to home and specific to their needs.