United Way of the Lower Mainland

United Way of the Lower Mainland

December 02, 2014 12:00 ET

Turn Black Friday Savings Into Something Incredible - Give a Gift, Change a Life

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwired - Dec. 2, 2014) - Chuffed by how much you saved with Black Friday specials? But still have a list of seasonal gifts to purchase? Relax! United Way has the solution!

Use your hard-earned cash and take advantage of everyday deals on life-changing gifts that help people right here in the Lower Mainland.

Our Imagine Gifts Catalogue has gifts ranging from $10 to $350 that represent services funded by United Way. For example, for $25, you can help provide a week of nutritious meals to a young child participating in early learning programs, or for $35, you can give a child a storybook ending through books, literacy assistance and parent support.

It's easy:

  1. Shop local - Gifts purchased from United Way's Imagine Gifts catalogue help children, families and seniors living in the Lower Mainland.
  2. Pick a gift with meaning - Choose a gift that means something to you or the person you are buying for.
  3. Choose a card - Email a card or select a paper card to be delivered.
  4. Give and get back - All purchases are tax deductible, so when you give, you get back.
  5. Feel good - Charitable giving boosts happiness and reduces stress.

And the added bonus? You know your purchase from our Imagine Gifts Catalogue will be one gift that won't get returned!

About United Way of the Lower Mainland

United Way is a charitable organization established 84 years ago to support families, children and seniors in need. We are leaders in our field developing partnerships, tracking progress, and bringing the right people together to initiate change. UWLM funds 150 agencies throughout the Lower Mainland to deliver more than 450 programs and services. Last year, we helped 400,000 people in the Lower Mainland. For more information, visit www.uwlm.ca.

Contact Information

  • United Way of the Lower Mainland
    Emma Berg
    604.294.8929 ext. 2239
    emmab@uwlm.ca