“From the first time I heard Take Me to the Pilot’s “Green Eyes” I knew it had a greater purpose. I mean it. It was just so brilliant and perfect. I always told myself that if there was ever an opportunity to use it for a good cause I would jump at it.”
We are thrilled to have The United Way use our song ‘Green Eyes’ as part of their campaign. To show our support for The United Way and their mission we will be donating 100% of the iTunes profits from Green Eyes during [duration of the campaign].
It’s time again to rise early and enjoy a time-honoured tradition – the Report Session 2 Labour Breakfast. Join our emcee – renowned comedian Big Daddy Tazz – for an update on Campaign 2012 and a tribute to our Brothers and Sisters in Labour who are helping create a safer, stronger, and better Winnipeg
The labour community rose early and shone with support for United Way last Wednesday, kicking off their 2012 United Way campaign with a fundraising breakfast at the Union Centre.
Join emcee Kim Babij (Shaw TV), 2012 United Way Campaign Chair Doug Finkbeiner and hundreds of other Winnipeggers for our first update on this year’s United Way campaign.
Inspiring performances by drummers from the Buffalo Gals of the North End Women’s Centre and Manitoba School Improvement Program’s Peaceful Village initiative had employees up and dancing in their seats by the end of the night.
There was no stopping hundreds of city, provincial and federal employees in Winnipeg today as they kicked off their 2012 United Way campaigns with the fourth annual Tri-Government Bus Pull.
The Bombers kicked off the Banjo Bowl weekend by giving back to their community! The Blue Bombers and United Way have a long history that’s included half-time events, player appearances and ticket partnerships, and financial support. This year, they once again presented United Way with a $5,000 donation as part of their Banjo Bowl activities.
“Working with businesses, we see all the time what’s happening in the community,” says Wendy Stephenson, the Director of Strategic Initiatives for the Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce. “For Winnipeg to succeed, the community as a whole needs to succeed. We want to be out there helping more than just business.”