• "I know it is hard,

    but we are

    not alone."

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    stability & a

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Funding Indigenous arts, transitions to Winnipeg, and cultural support.

United Way invests almost $2 million each year in Winnipeg’s Indigenous community, strengthening the ability of people to help each other, share their skills, and make our city a better place for everyone. We’re pleased to announce three exciting new … Continue reading

Leaving a real, lasting legacy in Winnipeg.

On Thursday, April 16, 2015, United Way of Winnipeg hosted a luncheon to celebrate and recognize the many generous and visionary friends who have supported our community through the Tomorrow Fund, United Way’s endowment—specifically, individuals who have named United Way … Continue reading

Happy National Volunteer Week!

United Way benefits from the time & talents of thousands of generous Winnipeggers. We couldn’t do it without you! So much important work gets done by our volunteers, like the 1500 Day of Caring volunteers who gave 5600+ hours last year … Continue reading

#WaybackWednesday—Edmonton Street in 1978.

1978 campaign kick-off party, in front of our old Edmonton Street offices. Volunteers are painting an early version of our logo on the street.

Well, THAT was trivial! The GenNext pub quiz rocked the Good Will.

Almost 100 amazing Winnipeggers came out on a balmy Sunday night to join GenNext at The Good Will, making new friends & even learning a fact or two about the great community we live in. Team Everyone’s A Winner’s blazing trivia knowledge … Continue reading

It’s amazing what young Winnipeggers can do when you believe in their ideas & abilities.

Youth United funds youth-led volunteer projects in Winnipeg, and there are some great ones coming up! If you have an idea for a volunteer project, check out the criteria & application deadlines. Collège Béliveau: Béliveau Health and Wellness Student leaders … Continue reading