Fire Recovery Fund Update | Year One
The United Way of Fort McMurray received over $4.5 million in donations in the months and weeks following the wildfire and evacuation of Fort McMurray intended to help the social infrastructure recover. This report outlines how some of those dollars were invested in the first year of recovery.
2016 Annual Report
2016 will always be remembered as the year of the wildfire. It was also a year that had its own set of challenges related to the economy. Through it all, The United Way of Fort McMurray and its many volunteers, contributors and agency partners focused on meeting community needs and rebuilding our social infrastructure.
2015 Annual Report
The United Way of Fort McMurray is pleased to share an abundance of good news in this Annual Report for 2015. Throughout these pages are stories of agencies changing lives, generous individuals and companies who are helping us meet community needs, and volunteers who embrace the United Way movement.
2015 T3010 Tax Return
2014 T3010 Tax Return
2014 Annual Report
We successfully focused on impact in 2014, highlighting the positive community change enabled by the generosity of our individual and corporate donors and generated by the good work of our member agencies. Communication tools like Seeing Is Believing videos, an app, and a new website all contributed to the efforts of our thousands of volunteers in helping us meet and exceed our Community Campaign target of $8 million.
2014 Community Impact Magazine
Community Impact is the official magazine of our annual community campaign. It contains great stories about our member agencies, valuable information about the benefits and impacts of giving, and information about the role that United Way plays in Wood Buffalo. It also contains the answers to Frequently Asked Questions.
2013 Annual Report
2013 was an incredible year for the United Way of Fort McMurray. The annual Community Campaign raised a record $7.88 million thanks to the efforts of thousands of volunteers and contributors. We were able to help fund 26 agencies and over 65 programs, creating positive impacts.