Raising funds to distribute to local agencies in support of approved programs and services, United Way touches the lives of every resident of Lloydminster and surrounding area

- either directly or indirectly.

Improving lives locally by moving people
from poverty to possibility, helping kids be all they can be,
and building strong and healthy communities.


Community Achievements with help from United Way Lloydminster & District donations & funding.

Founded in 2013 - The Olive Tree was created to reconnect isolated people and families

to communities of support by providing human services

in the areas of homelessness, hunger relief and education.

External link opens in new tab or windowhttps://www.theolivetreelloyd.ca/

         Founded in 1982 - LSAS – Lloydminster Sexual Assault Services - has a mission to provide violence
         awareness, education, support and crisis intervention services, while working closely with community
         organizations to deliver the best possible services in a responsive, flexible and professional manner.

         External link opens in new tab or windowhttp://www.lloydminstersexualassault.com/

Founded in 1985 - The Lloydminster Rescue Squad is a Registered Charitable Organization,

     providing Emergency Response services to City of Lloydminster and surrounding area

        through the mission of “Competence in Adversity, Compassion for All”.

            External link opens in new tab or windowhttp://lloydrescue.ca/

        Founded in 1986- LABIS - Lloydminster and Area Brain Injury Society – empowers individuals

        with an acquired brain injury through socially interactive programs and preventative education
        in a safe environment.

        External link opens in new tab or windowhttp://labis.xyz/


The Libbie Young Centre is a non-profit community-based organization that supports adults living with mental illness by providing education, life skills, supported living, day programming, and community outreach services. The Libbie Young Centre is a transitional facility that helps clients to develop the skills necessary to live as healthily and independently in the community as possible. We work collaboratively with Community Mental Health Nurses, psychiatrists, social workers, and all other necessary healthcare staff to provide ongoing support and advocacy for each individual.



Residents in Recovery provides a Continuum of Care for Addiction Treatment. They champions the cause of individuals marginalized by mental health and addiction issues, by providing judgement-free access to a safe, supportive and therapeutic recovery environment.