Stories of Giving
By Stacy Cardigan Smith on June 28, 2017
Posted in Charitable Organizations, Downtown, Education, Health & Safety, Religion & Spirituality, Stories of Giving | Tagged anxiety, confidence, David Lynch, happiness, meditation, Niji Mahkwa, Quiet Time Program, Songide'ewin, Transcendental meditation | Leave a response
Teachers have noticed big changes for students who have started meditating.
By Trevor Smith on June 27, 2017
As country prepares to commemorate its 150th birthday, citizens are encouraged to pause and ask what they have done for Canada.
By Jenny Gates on June 26, 2017
First Men’s Shed in Canada offers senior men the opportunity to be productive and to contribute to community.
By Christine Ahrens on June 23, 2017
Kal Barteski and 17 other artists traveled to the Northern town to create beautiful public murals.
By Stacy Cardigan Smith on June 14, 2017
Posted in Culture, Education, Our City, Philanthropy, Stories of Giving | Tagged Canadian Museum for Human Rights, Community, Community Building Fund, Frontier College, Kaakiyow li moond likol, Misericordia Health Centre, St. Boniface Hospital, The Winnipeg Foundation, university of manitoba | Leave a response
“If you can make your community better, then isn’t that what we’re all here for?”
By Anne Hawe on June 14, 2017
Canada Games YouthBuild MITT partnership helps reduce ‘To Do’ list for event organizers.
By Timothy Parker on June 2, 2017
Dakota Collegiate students participating in Youth in Philanthropy learn about nonprofits, community needs, and how they can help.
By Roger Currie on June 2, 2017
When governments fund football stadiums instead of children’s hospitals, philanthropists have to step in.
By Jessie Stafford on June 1, 2017
Young philanthropists committed to helping city’s less fortunate, particularly troubled youth.
By Immad Shah on May 31, 2017
Posted in Charitable Organizations, Downtown, Education, Health & Safety, Sports, Stories of Giving | Tagged Children's Rehabilitation Foundation, Rehabilitation Centre for Children, St. Paul's High School, Youth in Philanthropy | Leave a response
St. Paul’s High School students learn how their generosity can help disabled children live as independently as possible.