“A city would be bankrupt without vision or a dream. Our whole life is dreaming ahead and how it can be better, and how we can do things for other people.”
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.
Child Nutrition Council hosts popular fundraising event as Manitoba government announces additional $200,000 in funding.
Imagine if you could save the lives of three people in just one hour.
Everything is free at the first ever Stuff Swap, where organizers encourage people to make sustainable lifestyle choices that are not difficult or intimidating.
Spirit Seekers 2015 Conference and Psychic Fair & Market digs deep in search of answers to some of life’s most pressing questions.
They’re the little boxes resembling birdhouses in people’s front yards. They’re full of books for all to borrow, or pay it forward and leave some of your own books for someone else to read.
Innovative workshops are geared towards individuals who want to support their co-workers to bike, bus, walk or carpool to work.
The Winnipeg Foundation grants half a million dollars for major space upgrade project to Manitoba Museum’s Alloway Hall which will double in size and pave the way for world-class touring exhibits.
Sarasvàti’s Cabaret of Monologues provides a different perspective on gender and equality. This year’s theme: SuperWomen.