By Grace Minsky on July 13, 2017
Youth in Philanthropy Committee at Murdoch MacKay Collegiate discovers a community in need and those willing to help.
By Timothy Parker on June 2, 2017
Dakota Collegiate students participating in Youth in Philanthropy learn about nonprofits, community needs, and how they can help.
By Jessie Stafford on June 1, 2017
Young philanthropists committed to helping city’s less fortunate, particularly troubled youth.
By Immad Shah on May 31, 2017
St. Paul’s High School students learn how their generosity can help disabled children live as independently as possible.
By Breanna Slobik on May 29. 2017
Oak Park High School Youth in Philanthropy Committee focuses grant making on smaller charities.
By Sarah Le on May 4, 2017
St. James Collegiate Youth in Philanthropy Committee wraps up another successful year of grant making.
By Vincent Massey Collegiate on April 28, 2017
Discovering what happens behind the scenes of various charities proves to be valuable education.
By Jessica Ollinik on April 25, 2017
Youth in Philanthropy experience opened our eyes to difficulties people face, and inspired us to continue to help.
By Mirha Zohair on April 20, 2017
Students inspired to see how small, meaningful gestures can create huge, positive impacts for inner city youth.
By Phoenix Day on April 18, 2017
RB Russell young philanthropists give grant money to Manitoba House.
By Brooklyn Linnick on April 16, 2017
Garden City Collegiate Youth in Philanthropy members learn about making city green and safe for children.
By Ying Nan Yan on April 10, 2017
Balmoral Hall girls see first hand the needs of community and the organizations that respond to make Winnipeg a better place.
By Gillian Malchuk on April 5, 2017
Young philanthropists focus on creating a positive and lasting impact for those in the community who are in need.
By Marianna Pozdirca on April 4, 2017
Young philanthropists organizing charitable ‘bazaar’ aimed at giving back to community.
By Miguela Castro on March 25, 2017
Kelvin High School Youth in Philanthropy committee members impressed on first visits to local organizations that help thousands.