UWSM Funded Agency Map

UWSM Funded Agency Map


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UWSM Partner Agencies

Programs currently funded via UWSM’s Community Fund

Youth United

Programs currently funded via UWSM’s Youth United Fund (supported by RBC Future Launch). Find out more.

Collaborative Initiatives

Programs currently funded via UWSM’s Collaboration Fund

Women’s Leadership Council

Programs currently funded by UWSM’s Women’s Leadership Council. Find out more.

211 Central Ontario East

2-1-1 is an information and referral helpline, funded by UWSM in our region. Find out more.

Community Investments

Where does your money go when you donate to United Way Simcoe Muskoka? To high-impact programs in local communities that address the most challenging social challenges across our region.


Did you know? An expert panel of volunteers from across our region makes data-driven funding recommendations to UWSM’s Board of Directors based on extensive community research. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE

We partner with a network of community-based registered charities across Simcoe Muskoka to address gaps and provide vital services to change local lives. In 2018-2019, our funding priority addressed poverty-reduction, with a focus on children, youth and transitional-aged young adults between the ages of 7-24.

Since 1959, we continuously assess our communities’ needs to ensure we invest our donors’ dollars to where they’re needed most in our community. Community consultations are currently being scheduled for early 2019 to inform our next round of program grants with a refined focus on poverty reduction.

Stay tuned for further details.

Grant applications are now closed for 2018-2019 funding.

For current Partner Agencies, check out our new secure UWSM Community Impact Portal for important dates and details.

Interested in applying for funding? Information about upcoming grant opportunities will be posted here as it becomes available.

For more information, please contact:

Rosslyn Junke
UWSM Director, Community Impact
705-762-2301, x2024