SMS Engineering’s United Way workplace campaign an event-filled week.
The generous donation of a van by Manitoba Public Insurance will make life easier for staff and kids at Teen Stop Jeunesse.
About 80 Great-West Life employees show they care as part of the company’s national Day of Caring Project Drive.
Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (AANDC) kicked off their United Way Government of Canada Workplace Charitable Campaign with a delicious blueberry pancake breakfast and a great United Way speaker.
PCL and United Way share the value of community-building—and a 50th birthday! PCL celebrated its 50th anniversary in Winnipeg on Thursday with more than 100 friends and family in the Millennium Centre’s Celebration Hall. The beautifully constructed hall in the 1912 building, with stone pillars, marble floors and wall panels and a soaring ceiling, was
MTA hosts another successful United Way Truck Pull. The 6th annual Manitoba Trucking Assocation (MTA) United Way Truck Pull broke new ground on Friday at the Polo Park Shopping Centre parking lot. “Fourteen teams is the most we’ve ever had in six years, we’re getting bigger and better,” said MTA’s Laura La Palme, who organizes the
Bison employees show heart! Bison Transport kicked off their Bison Cares community philanthropy campaign on Wednesday with a truck pull at their Sherwin Road headquarters. Bison Transport Truck Pull for United Way! #BisonCares @unitedwaywpg #teamwork A photo posted by Bison Transport (@drive4bison) on Sep 2, 2015 at 11:13am PDT Kick-off to the Bison Cares Campaign!
EPIC Information Solutions fuels-up for their first United Way campaign. EPIC Information Solutions decided to begin the week, and their first-ever United Way campaign, with a simple yet always effective kickoff last week – a pancake breakfast. And not just pancakes, pancakes created on a BBQ using a special BBQ pancake-making accessory that makes actual grill lines! About
TransX hasn’t even kicked off their 2015 United Way campaign yet, but last week they began the fun at a staff appreciation day during which they raised funds for a better Winnipeg with a dunk tank, BBQ, and live music. Hundreds of employees enjoyed hotdogs, hamburgers, chicken skewers and salads on a beautiful sky-blue day. All in all,
Carbone Coal Fired Pizza’s Joe Paletta & Benjamin Nasberg hoped to raise enough money at their two Carbone Pizza locations to buy 50 new youth-sized mitts for Winnipeg kids. 350 pairs later, they’ve been delighted with the warm response to their request for $5 donations from customers and staff to help pay for each pair. “There’s