A family-friendly winter fundraising event for Winnipeg’s youth who are homeless, hungry and hurting.
Spence Neighbourhood Association’s Skills Bank is empowering clients and helping them realize their potential
Gracie Herntier passed away tragically at age 7, but the Fund in her name fosters creativity by supporting artistic endeavours for young people.
In addition to donating of one’s time, energy and financial resources, people can also give of their awareness.
The University of Winnipeg’s Foundation is the first Manitoba university to launch a crowdfunding site to make it easier for people to support research, students and projects on campus.
The Wheels to Meals shuttle means a healthy meal with good friends is on the menu for Henderson-area seniors.
Studying music gives inner-city youth much needed confidence to contribute to our community.
This season, Rainbow Stage presents three of the biggest shows in its history, while working with unprecedented numbers of local artists.
The Canadian Multicultural Disability Centre’s Mental Health Support Group is helping immigrants and refugee youth participate in community.
Deborah DesRivieres posthumously supports that which she held dear thanks to her Community Building Fund at The Winnipeg Foundation.