As youth struggle with racism, housing, poverty, employment and mental health issues, The Winnipeg Foundation is committing $100,000 for projects that address these key concerns.
At 95, George Waters was supporting more than 70 charities; establishing a Community Building Fund at The Winnipeg Foundation helped simplify the process.
It took 100 years to bring these medals together, honouring three brave soldiers who lived on the same block in Winnipeg’s west end.
Innovative redevelopment of St. Matthew’s Anglican Church creates a community of communities.
Outspoken, right-of-centre columnist Tom Oleson lives on through the Scholarship Fund in his name, which supports students at Churchill High School.
Gracie Herntier passed away tragically at age 7, but the Fund in her name fosters creativity by supporting artistic endeavours for young people.
North End Love Songs by Katherena Vermette tackles Winnipeg’s racism issue head-on, with grace and courage. It also celebrates a neighbourhood so often portrayed as beyond hope.
Deborah DesRivieres posthumously supports that which she held dear thanks to her Community Building Fund at The Winnipeg Foundation.
Theatre Projects Manitoba celebrates its 25th anniversary with a campaign to grow its Agency Endowment Fund, ensuring financial stability for the next 25 years and beyond.
The West End Football Futures Clinic helps West End youth develop important life skills – and now its even helping some pay for post-secondary education.