Transcona café helps community discover the gifts of people with developmental disabilities.
Helping people attain literacy allows them to cope with everyday life and to be a mechanism for social change.
Charitable organization in downtown Winnipeg helps women and single parents find training and employment, as well as find themselves.
At 95, George Waters was supporting more than 70 charities; establishing a Community Building Fund at The Winnipeg Foundation helped simplify the process.
The generosity from others he has experienced in his life inspires retired schoolteacher to give back.
Adult learning band overwhelmed by enthusiastic response to their annual winter concert.
It took 100 years to bring these medals together, honouring three brave soldiers who lived on the same block in Winnipeg’s west end.
Innovative redevelopment of St. Matthew’s Anglican Church creates a community of communities.
For over 60 years, Rainbow Stage has created fabulous live theatre in Winnipeg, by collaborating with an enormously supportive community.
Outspoken, right-of-centre columnist Tom Oleson lives on through the Scholarship Fund in his name, which supports students at Churchill High School.