Getting sober is only half the battle. The hardest times may lay ahead, once back in the community and facing the challenge of staying free of addiction.
Winnipeg’s first free meditation marathon features the practice of Sahaja Yoga Meditation – a gift that keeps on giving.
Transcona café helps community discover the gifts of people with developmental disabilities.
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.
Outspoken, right-of-centre columnist Tom Oleson lives on through the Scholarship Fund in his name, which supports students at Churchill High School.
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.
Deborah DesRivieres posthumously supports that which she held dear thanks to her Community Building Fund at The Winnipeg Foundation.
The record granting year was announced today when the Foundation released its 2014 Annual Report.