An equitable recovery for the most vulnerable cannot be addressed through vaccines alone. Long-term support—from trusted community and human service charities like United Way Centraide Canada—is also necessary.

This week, United Way Centraide Canada President and CEO Dan Clement, along with the leaders of five other federated service charities, argued for continued federal government support of Canada’s charities in a Hill Times Op Ed. The piece, entitled, “Charities are vital to Canada’s recovery—but time is running out”, argues that a well-designed Community Services Recovery Fund will support a strong, resilient community and human service sector, for generations to come. You can read more in the Hill Times.