Imagine suffering abdominal distress for decades and even though you regularly sought help from your doctor, there was no relief or even a diagnosis.
Reminiscing about shared experiences helps seniors stay connected to community and understand who they are and where they’ve come from.
Youth in Philanthropy provides many opportunities for young people to give back to community.
UofWinnipeg associate prof and students look to local Indigenous community as they dig deep into plant research.
Youth in Philanthropy at Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre enables students from inner city schools to learn about helping out in their community.
Provincial governments grapple with ever growing healthcare demands in the face of shrinking resources.
Young philanthropists from St. Paul’s High School inspired by change-makers who give back to community.
Members of Balmoral Hall’s Youth in Philanthropy team come together to make a difference in their community.
Westwood Collegiate Youth in Philanthropy students make grants to arts groups, volunteer to help kids.
Young philanthropists at St. John’s High School learn the value of giving back to community.