Are you looking for a unique volunteer experience that allows you to learn more about important issues in Winnipeg?
GenNexters helped make Christmas a little brighter for kids and families at the Newcomer Employment Education Development Services (NEEDS) Holiday Party.
About 80 Great-West Life employees show they care as part of the company’s national Day of Caring Project Drive.
Calling open-minded, community-committed young Winnipeggers for an amazing volunteer opportunity! If you’re looking for a great way to help shape the future of Winnipeg, we’d love if you’d share your energy as a Youth United volunteer! It’s a chance to use your knowledge and talents, and grow your leadership and problem solving skills. As a Youth United Volunteer, you will:
Richardson International is a key contributor to the United Way through its workplace campaign. During last year’s fall campaign kick-off, Richardson employees had the privilege of hearing Paul Lacap, a member of the Board of Trustees at United Way of Winnipeg, share his experiences with the organization. In his address, Paul introduced Richardson to United
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 from Collège Béliveau will organize, plan and execute activities and learning session for a school-wide
United Way volunteer Angie Bruce recently toured the Marlene Street Resource Centre, and was inspired by what she saw there. Or, rather, what she didn’t see. “After the United Way visit I really felt like it was a space that needed some support and life. The space that they were working with did not support
There’s a strong culture of youth activism in Winnipeg. Our young people are bright and passionate, and looking for ways to make a real difference in our city. United Way knows how much young people can achieve, and we listen to their input through our Youth United Council. Right now there are volunteer positions available
The earlier in life you realize you—your ideas, your passion—can make a big difference to your community, the more you’ll be able to accomplish. Our Youth Connections Grant Program (PDF) helps young activists realize their vision. Youth United, our volunteer youth council who oversee the grants, like to get the project leaders together once a
Over 100 youth volunteers joined our Youth United Council for a huge Day of Caring that spanned 10 different core area nonprofits. Students gardened, painted, cleaned, ran an urban art gallery, served food, and toured the downtown area—a neighbourhood new to many of them. We reach out to young people with volunteer opportunities like this