This year’s 3rd annual Christmas Shoebox Drive was a huge success thanks to the generosity of Winnipeggers who provided gifts to children living in Winnipeg’s inner city.
Ah the ‘Joy of Christmas’ … and the ‘Sadness of Christmas’. No other time of year manages to invoke both extremes so completely.
Holiday season allows us to see what poverty really means to those we know as Winnipeg’s poor. “It makes me feel unworthy in the world, like a third class person in my own city, in this rich country.”
Celebrating a Christmas Festival with classics, carols and cookies, the Winnipeg Pops Orchestra was a hit under the direction of Mary Ann Taylor at the Holy Redeemer Church.
You can recognize the hard work of the “earthie” in your life by nominating them for an Anne Lindsey Protecting Our Earth Award.
A Facebook formula drive is mobilizing Winnipeggers to give big, raising $7,000 in just eight days. And things don’t seem to be slowing down.
Following an adventure in feeding the hungry when I was younger, I became inspired by altruism and selflessness, realizing that in life we must give to others without expecting anything back.
Cliff Chadderton, World War II veteran, journalist, War Amps CEO and documentary producer will be remembered for his great work, dogged determination and fine character.
The 2nd Annual Social Purchasing Portal Holiday Shopping Bus Tour is a unique way shoppers can learn about the positive effect that buying locally can have on our economy.
The second annual Multi-Cultural Food Fare and Holiday Concert, hosted by the Manitoba Schizophrenia Society, will serve up ethnic food and uplifting music from various genres.