Our Communities

United Way Regina has expanded our reach to the surrounding communities of Moose Jaw, Swift Current and Weyburn.

Together with local experts, we are committed to working in partnership to create opportunities for everyone in our communities to live a better life.

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Moose Jaw

Moose Jaw is a progressive City committed to building promising futures upon strong foundations. Together with our supporters and partners, we will work to break down barriers, improves lives, and create opportunities for individuals and families in Moose Jaw.

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Swift Current

Also known as Speedy Creek, is the fifth largest city in Saskatchewan. Here, we will continue our work with local people and organizations to address systemic social challenges, raise support and advocate for change on behalf of our community’s most vulnerable people.



As one of the fastest growing communities in Saskatchewan, Weyburn is recognized as one of the more desirable places to live and work. Weyburn is a dynamic community with a long history of dedication to providing an exceptional quality of life for residents. We provide support to people in need including youth, and families to help build a stronger community for all who live here.

Do you have a question about United Way or our work to improve lives locally? Here are the questions (and answers!) that we get most often. Contact us or find your local United Way for more answers.

Every day, United Way works to improve lives locally and create opportunities for everyone in our communities.

Find out more about our work.

The best way to find assistance close to you is through 211, a platform that can connect you with a full range of non-emergency social, health and government services in your community. To access 211, simply dial “2-1-1” on your telephone or visit www.211.ca.

If 211 service is not available in your area, your local United Way can also help connect you with programs and resources in your community.

United Way Centraide is a federated network of 77 local United Way offices, each registered as its own non-profit organization and governed by an independent volunteer-led local Board of Directors. Each United Way works locally to raise funds and invest in improving lives in its community.

United Way Centraide Canada is the national office and has a distinct role to provide leadership, guidance and support to local United Ways across the country. Together, local United Ways and United Way Centraide Canada form the United Way Movement.

No one should feel forced to give to United Way. Giving is a personal choice that should always be made voluntarily. If you have felt pressured to donate to a United Way campaign, we encourage you to raise those concerns directly with your local United Way.

United Way is non-partisan and non-religious. While some of the organizations we fund have religious origins, like the Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA), the services and programs offered by these organizations are open to all individuals regardless of religious affiliation.

United Way relies on the generous contributions of community members every year to keep our costs as low as possible. If you would like to make an in-kind donation, or offer pro-bono services, please contact your local United Way to determine what is needed in your community.

Each local United Way makes independent funding decisions based on the needs and priorities in its community. To find out more about the process for obtaining funding in your community, please contact your local United Way.

Thank you – there are a number of ways your organization can get involved. By having a conversation with your local United Way, we can identify the volunteer opportunities, fundraising initiatives or other partnerships that will work best for everyone.

Thank you – volunteers work with United Way to make a difference in communities across Canada. To find the volunteer opportunity that is right for you, please contact your local United Way.

Please visit our Careers page for a listing of current employment opportunities across Canada. Opportunities in your community may also be available by contacting your local United Way.

If you contributed via payroll deduction or through a pension plan, your gift should be reflected on your T4 and a tax receipt is not required. If you donated by credit card or cheque, please contact your local United Way to obtain a receipt.

To update your contact or payment information, please contact your local United Way.

On average across the country, 85 cents of every dollar raised by United Way goes directly back to the community. This is well above industry standards, and competitive with the top non-profit organization across Canada. In turn, United Way is helping thousands of other non-profits keep their costs low too.

To find out more about administrative costs in your community, please contact your local United Way.

Executive salaries at United Way Centraide Canada and United Ways across Canada are established through a comparison of executive compensation at other charities, an assessment of roles and responsibilities, and a commitment to spending dollars wisely.

The Canada Revenue Agency requires charities to provide the salary ranges of their most highly paid employees and publishes this information annually here.