PAMELA'S STORY OF HOPE

The death of Pamela’s husband left her struggling with grief and despair. She was forced to move from her apartment to an unheated trailer. Times were so desperate, that through the cold of winter, Pam attempted to heat her makeshift home using tea lights. She was in a bad place.

Then, one day, Pamela walked into the United Way office in Wallaceburg. There, she was connected with the resources to find a job and a warm place to live. Perhaps even more importantly, Brian from United Way offered Pam an #Unignorable feeling of Hope for her future.

Help us spread more Hope in Chatham-Kent by donating today. Please give generously.

And remember, when you don’t know where to turn, you can call 2-1-1. Information and Referral funded by United Way helps people find resources and supports and to make informed choices when dealing with health and social issues in their lives.

WE SUPPORT UNITED WAY IN BRINGING HOPE TO CHATHAM-KENT