How To Give


Just click the Give button or the button below and you will be helping one in three people in the Fraser Valley. It’s that simple! United Way does the research on where the money is best invested for the greatest reward. And we keep an eye on your investment for you, making sure the programs are run efficiently and effectively.


Join us this year and make a difference. A United Way workplace campaign in the Fraser Valley is a great way to be a part of our community and to build a stronger team.

It also brings together employees from all levels and departments who might not otherwise have the opportunity to work together, thereby fostering a stronger, more cohesive and more motivated work force.

Since United Way funds are raised and invested locally to create lasting change, the money you and your employees contribute is a direct link to the community, making it a better place to live, work and do business.

Major Gifts

A Major Gift today can literally change the lives of hundreds, and even thousands, of people’s lives. The effect creates a ripple that will be felt for generations.

Do you know that United Way leads the way in changing our community through education and prevention? We work closely with 28 Community Partners to prevent issues from becoming crisis situations.

United Way also funds programs that are helping kids be all they can be, moving people from poverty to possibility and building strong communities.

By bringing together skills, knowledge, compassion and financial resources, your gift will change lives for the better for our children, teens, seniors and families. Every gift is important to us, however, your high-impact donation of $10,000 or more will dramatically increase our ability to meet social needs and build a better, more sustainable future.

For information or to discuss your gift, please contact Wayne Green, Executive Director, at 604-852-1234.

Planned Giving

When you include United Way Fraser Valley in your legacy plan, you are making a safe investment that will change the lives of future generations.

A gift through planned giving is a wonderful way to leave behind a legacy of caring that helps not only individuals but supports the families and communities that surround them now and in the future.

Legal name: United Way Fraser Valley

Charitable registration number: 119278430 RR 0001

Address: P208 33355 Bevan Ave. Abbotsford, BC V2S 0E7

If you have any questions or would like to discuss a gifting option, please call Wayne Green, Executive Director, at 604-852-1234.

Legacy gifts can take many forms from specific cash bequests to gifts in kind such as real estate, securities and other tangible property or life insurance policies. When you are writing a will or updating an old one, we would be honoured if you included United Way Fraser Valley to strengthen and sustain the community you have helped to build.

Are You A Leader?

Through your Leadership gift of $1200 or more, you have the power to change our community. You will inspire others to create hope for a positive tomorrow. By being a Leader, you are setting a profound example of giving while making a measurable impact in the community. Together, we are possibility. Together, we can meet urgent needs in the short and long term, changing lives and strengthening the community as a whole.

Benefits of being a Leader:

  • Receive a personal invitation to United Way events.
  • Be recognized in our annual Honour Roll in print and online (unless you wish anonymity).
  • Receive a personal thank you.
  • Receive a Leader lapel pin.
  • Become a member of our Affinity Rewards program.
  • Make a meaningful and measurable difference in the community.

How to be a Leader:

  • Give through payroll deductions
  • Give through pre-authorized payments by credit card or through a bank account
  • Give a single donation by cash, cheque or credit card
  • Donate online
  • Give through our Gifts of Securities program

"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, concerned citizens can change the world.
Indeed it is the only thing that ever has."

~Margaret Mead