Can you imagine feeding 185 kids? Inner City Youth Alive’s kitchen manager Brenda Gingell does it every week, and she couldn’t be happier.
Stella Blackbird is not only a visionary; she also has the rare ability to make her visions a reality. After devoting her life to the service of others, Blackbird was recognized with a Caring Canadian Award.
Jonathan Stevens always felt “that pull to try farming.” So he started his own CSA, Community Shared Agriculture, a food distribution model where people hire a farmer to grow vegetables for them.
Finding food in a desert: After three grocery stores in downtown Winnipeg shut their doors, Food Matters Manitoba embarked on a community food assessment.
While most university students are thinking about whether they can afford a beer, Erin Ward was figuring out how she could give back to her community.
It was once a great big field, but now part of the city-owned land close to the corner of Grant and Stafford hosts 36 garden plots – and some common infrastructure complaints.
Long referred to as an “advocate of humanity” and “father to thousands,” Strini Reddy can now add Caring Canadian Award winner to his list of accolades.
A Caring Canadian: Sister Lesley Sacouman does so much good, the word ‘no’ just doesn’t seem to fit.
Ever since an anonymous donor helped him attend university, Raymond Currie has spent his life helping others; now he’s been recognized by the Governor General as a Caring Canadian.
Thirteen Niji Mahkwa students received new bikes in recognition of their WISE Choices throughout the school year.