Above All Awnings is passionate about having a positive impact in the communities where we live and work. And we are proud to be partnering with United Way Greater Toronto to ensure our community is stronger and more resilient than ever before.

We are committed to donate 1% of our sales to United Way Greater Toronto, each year.


There has never been a more important time in our history for us to stand, and stay, together.
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted us all. But those most vulnerable in our communities have been hit even harder.

People, families, and neighbourhoods across the GTA have been pushed to their limits (and in many cases – beyond their limits). And the social services sector is stretching beyond its limits to serve and help them.

As the crisis continues and as we look toward the long-term recovery, people and families across the GTA who already face significant barriers are going to need even more help.

Just like Above All Awnings, United Way knows that community matters.

United Way Greater Toronto is the largest investor in social services in the GTA, second only to government. They sustain a vital social safety net across Peel, Toronto and York Region. United Way Greater Toronto’s network of 280 community agencies is there during times of stability and through times of crisis, providing hundreds of thousands of people with much-needed support that they rely on, year-round.

United Way Greater Toronto is dedicated to helping our vulnerable friends and neighbours get the support they need during the COVID-19 pandemic.
While we have all felt the effects of the pandemic in some way, we know the crisis is – and will continue to – disproportionately affect those people and families who were already vulnerable, and living in poverty, in the first place.

We are at a pivotal moment in our history, and we can help to build a more prosperous and inclusive future for everyone as we emerge from this crisis.

To learn more about United Way Greater Toronto and how they are supporting community through the COVID crisis, visit