By Vincent Massey Collegiate on April 28, 2017
Discovering what happens behind the scenes of various charities proves to be valuable education.
By Heather Emberley / Gracie Sweetstory on April 26, 2017
Children’s Hospital Book Market and Canadian Children’s Book Week provide plenty of opportunities to pick up a good read.
By Hubert Pantel on April 25, 2017
Family, fun-filled fundraising event includes entertainment, free barbecue and many prize draws.
By Jessica Ollinik on April 25, 2017
Posted in Charitable Organizations, Environment, Health & Safety, Our Neighbourhoods, Philanthropy, Stories of Giving | Tagged Children's Hospital Foundation of Manitoba, D'Arcy's A.R.C., Manitoba Printmakers Association, Shaftesbury High School, Winnipeg, Women's Health Clinic, youth, Youth in Philanthropy | Leave a response
Youth in Philanthropy experience opened our eyes to difficulties people face, and inspired us to continue to help.
By Armande Martine on April 24, 2017
Rainbow Harmony Project Choir member and spouse discuss obstacles facing same sex parents, as they prep for “A Prairie Lullaby Spring Concert”.
By Anne Hawe on April 22, 2017
Posted in Arts & Entertainment, Charitable Organizations, Downtown, Education, Environment | Tagged art, bloom, Borys, Chapple, flowers, Gallery, Hazel, Heider, Hennie Corrin, Holly, horticultural, in, therapeutic, therapy, Winnipeg | Leave a response
“Art In Bloom”, a festival of fine art and flowers, celebrates spring by pairing elaborate floral arrangements with beautiful art, at Winnipeg Art Gallery this weekend.
By Deanna Ng on April 21, 2017
Athletes from Manitoba’s Para Storm Swim Club are excited to compete in upcoming Games.
By Mirha Zohair on April 20, 2017
Posted in Charitable Organizations, Downtown, Education, Health & Safety, Safety, Stories of Giving | Tagged alive, city, Dueck, end, fort, inner, Kent, north, philanthropy, richmond, Winnipeg, youth | Leave a response
Students inspired to see how small, meaningful gestures can create huge, positive impacts for inner city youth.
By Jino Distasio on April 19, 2017
There’s reason for hope.
By Julien Cooper on April 18, 2017
Posted in Charitable Organizations, Economy & Business, Environment, Health & Safety, Our Neighbourhoods, Politics, Safety, Stories of Giving | Tagged conversations, Manitoba, persist, poverty, social issues, University, visionary | Leave a response
Recent UofM Visionary Conversation focused on reasons so many Canadians live in poverty.