Upcoming events help you make a difference just by being there.
Indigenous tenants in nondescript office tower on Portage Avenue open their doors to embrace holiday season with the community.
The Winnipeg Foundation’s granting increases by almost $5 million to $27.7 million.
A decade after arriving in Winnipeg, South Sudanese refugee is reaching out to make a difference.
Passionate advocate and mentor for Indigenous youth sees Youth Vital Signs as a force for positive change.
Recent move paved way for company to become Manitoba’s top Commuter Friendly Workplace in 2015.
Winnipeggers invited to drive-thru United Way’s parking lot with winter boots or cash donations for Koats for Kids Wednesday morning.
“The teachings that come through in making Aboriginal art are so accessible and so profound.”
Last year, Winnipeg youth said they wanted change. Here’s how The Winnipeg Foundation responded.
2015 was the year The Winnipeg Foundation officially unveiled the Alloway Arch and Widow’s Mite Fountain at The Forks.