Very READ-y’s goal is to help start children on the path towards literacy and to wholesome and fulfilling lives.
Resource Assistance for Youth takes unique approach to helping marginalized youth in Winnipeg.
Transcona café helps community discover the gifts of people with developmental disabilities.
Charitable organization in downtown Winnipeg helps women and single parents find training and employment, as well as find themselves.
While many citizens imagine Winnipeg as a leader in the promotion of human rights internationally, others would like to see improvement in this area right here at home.
In addition to donating of one’s time, energy and financial resources, people can also give of their awareness.
This week’s opening night at Raw Almond on the Red River was sensational.
“All kids should have the opportunity to play, and just enjoy being a kid. If we’re able to help them do that…it feels really good.”
On this December 10th Human Rights Day, Winnipeggers are focused on the concept of human rights and what it means to our community.
The incredible story of the talented and successful Chris Burns reveals the mammoth effort it takes to live with, and survive, the perils of mental illness.