Featured Loan Representative: Dan Parlee

Dan Parlee, Loan Representative: Royal Bank of Canada, Banking Advisor/ Social Media “I have wanted to get more involved with volunteer work for a while but it’s one of those things where you always have these excuses for why you can’t, like ‘I am too busy or I don’t know how I can get involved’….

Featured Loan Representative: Louisa Melanson

Louisa Melanson, Loan Representative: UPS, Customer Service/ Team Leader “Going in to this experience I wasn’t sure what to expect beyond doing administrative work so when we dove right in head first and dealt hands on with so many different companies and opportunities it definitely went above and beyond my expectations!” Louisa Melanson is married…

Featured Loan Representative: Cathy LeBlanc

Cathy LeBlanc: Loan Representative:  Contract Analyst, Medavie BlueCross “I wanted to be a part of something bigger; somewhere I felt made a difference, and I know that United Way does that! They support so many different agencies in New Brunswick and it is great to be a part of that. I see it in all…

Featured Loan Representative: Sally Blades

Sally Blades, Loan Representative: FRHI, Sr. Reservation Sales Agent/ Customer Service Support Agent “Like a lot of long term employees, I had felt stuck in the workplace culture, so being able to get out of the environment for a few weeks and really make a difference has left me feeling refreshed and with a brand new perspective!”…

Volunteer of the Week: Lisette Michaud Carrier

“Making a difference in the community where I live and work has always been important to me, a personal life rule that I live by. My parents always made sure we appreciated what we had, and helped others who maybe didn’t have the same, or as much. I’ve always believed that one small gesture can make a huge…

2014 Campaign Kick-off

(Moncton, N.B. – September 11, 2014) – The United Way of Greater Moncton and Southeastern New Brunswick kicked off their 2014 campaign at a luncheon this afternoon at the Delta Beauséjour. It was a fun event, as the little Miracles Dancers helped announce this year’s campaign theme: Happy! Over 500 community members, local business leaders…

15th Annual Beach Volleyball Tournament August 16th

UNITED WAY BEACH VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT A WINNER!  The 15th Annual United Way Beach Volleyball Tournament was hosted by Asurion and took place at Parlee Beach on Saturday, August 16th. Eighteen teams from Nova Scotia, PEI, and New Brunswick vied for the trophy and prizes. Teams pre-registered and paid $100 to enter the tournament with all…

New Anti-spam Information

CRTC releases anti-spam guidance for charities As you are aware, Canada’s Anti-Spam Law (CASL) came into effect on July 1. CASL imposes new requirements on “commercial electronic messages,” including a requirement that the senders of such message must have either express or implied consent from any recipients. The regulations implementing the law include an exemption…

Developmental Asset Survey Results

The Developmental Asset Survey was taken by almost 6000 youth, grades 6 to 12 in the Anglophone East School District and the District scolaire francophone sud. Through the survey the youth self-report on how many of the 40 assets – the set of skills, experiences, relationships, and behaviors that enable young people to develop into…

Funding Applications for 2015 are now Open

The United Way of Greater Moncton Southeastern NB Region’s application period is now open for 2015 Grants. For more information visit our Funding Application page, and take a look at the Funding Eligibility Criteria and Grant Descriptions The application period for 2015 funding will be open until midnight, Friday June 27th.