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Toolkit

“United Way Toronto has taught me a lot about all the different kinds of people living in the city. I've really enjoyed getting that perspective of how I fit into the puzzle.”

Once you're on board as a Youth Ambassador, you’ll want to use the following resources to get you started:

Youth United Brochure

Check out this informative brochure that highlights what Youth United's all about.
Download the Brochure 

Start a United Way Club

This guide will show you how to start a United Way Club at your school, plus how to involve students, staff advisors and other United Ways.
Download the Guide 

Helpful Materials and Ideas

Here’s a great place to start! You can use a list of special event ideas, posters, brochures, logos, online public service announcements, and our campaign video.
Get Materials and Ideas 

Stories and Impact Statements

How are you making a difference with United Way? Impact statements, fact sheets and real stories about real people will help you make your case, or request a speaker to do it for you!
Get Impact Statements 

Social Media

Get your friends in on the action! Take your message further by learning how to use United Way Toronto’s social media resources effectively.
Learn About Social Media 

Sample Templates

More helpful templates! Sample letters to local businesses, the head of your school, sample media releases, Power Point templates, and more.
Get Sample Templates 

Accessibility Training

Complete the accessibility training that complies with the Customer Service Standard of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).
Do AODA Training 

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