Emergency Kits

Through the Provincial Major Incident Readiness Team (MIRT), the Government of PEI has partnered with the United Way of PEI to prepare and distribute kits that can assist in preparing Islanders in need for the next emergency.

The Province has worked with United Way of PEI to supply community groups with emergency preparedness kits which are an integral piece of ensuring that residents are prepared in the event of an emergency. The United Way of PEI assembled and shared these kits with partner organizations, non-profits, and other community groups who have distributed them to clients in need.

 The following agencies and community groups have received and distributed kits:

  • BGC Prince County
  • Lennox Island First Nation
  • Connection 2 Employment PEI/East Prince Youth Development Centre Inc.
  • PEI Community Navigators
  • Kings Playhouse
  • Saints Peter and Paul Orthodox Church
  • ResourceAbilities
  • PEI Military Family Resource Centre
  • Spinal Cord Injury PEI
  • Womens Network PEI
  • Blooming House
  • Family Service PEI
  • The Autism Society of PEI
  • BGC Charlottetown
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters PEI
  • SAS House Inc. (Operated by FVPS) 
  • PEI Transgender Network 
  • PEERS Alliance
  • Immigrant and Refugee Services Association PEI
  • Hospice PEI
  • Meals on Wheels (Voluntary Resource Centre)
  • Native Council of PEI
  • CHANCES Inc. 

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For all general inquiries, please contact:
United Way of Prince Edward Island

Mailing Address:
PO Box 247, Stn Central
Charlottetown PE  C1A 7K4

Physical Address:
180 Kent Street, 2nd Floor
Charlottetown, PE  C1A 7K4

Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00AM - 4:00PM
Toll Free: 1-877-902-4438
Phone: 902-894-8202

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