To help address the growing mental health, addictions crisis, and recovery needs of people across the province, the Manitoba government has partnered with United Way Winnipeg.
Youth United has created a report detailing the effects of the pandemic on our city’s young people. The report focuses on impacts on mental health and coping strategies, relationships, and social and community connections.
Thousands of Winnipeggers helped kick off United Way Winnipeg’s annual campaign and raised $100,000 by doing it!
BGC Winnipeg offers safe, supportive environments for kids to make friends, take part in healthy activities, and learn respect for themselves and others.
In Manitoba, 14% of households experience food insecurity and 1 in 5 children are food insecure. Cargill wants to change that.
At United Way Winnipeg’s 56th Annual Meeting, Board Chair Isha Khan released our Strategic Directions 2021 document, setting the path for United Way’s work over the coming years.
It's time to unite for the city we love! Join us on Friday, September 17 for a free virtual walk around Winnipeg—apart, together. We’re counting on you to help us collectively cover 40,000km in 24 hours. Our generous sponsors will donate $100,000 to help our community if we meet our goal! Join any way you
Volunteering in Winnipeg makes a real difference—and you can help now! Give your time, share your talent, and repurpose your treasure to help people in Winnipeg. Want to volunteer in Winnipeg? Our community needs you now more than ever. And because you love Winnipeg, you can tangibly help your neighbours who need your support by
Koats for Kids distributed over 5,000 winter coats and over 3,000 pairs of boots this season, in addition to countless ski pants, hats, mittens, and scarves.
When COVID-19 hit Winnipeg, the agency had to do some quick thinking.