Kindness makes our community better for everyone, and on May 10 Manitobans helped spread kindness during United Way’s 3rd annual Conscious Kindness Day.
United Way Winnipeg & the Manitoba Islamic Association co-hosts an open house to celebrate Islamic History Month.
Terumi Kuwada volunteered as an Agency Liaison Volunteer – helping guide the direction and impact of United Way agency partners – for about 13 years.
Poverty is a complex and critical issue in Winnipeg, and United Way works with many partners who share the belief that any and all steps we can take towards ending it are important.
“Seeing how hard it can be to survive. When you don’t have money for the bus to go cash a cheque or pay a bill it really becomes clear – it’s a new perspective.”
Study shows negative cycles are broken, strength and empowerment are gained through Family Resource Centres.
A new Peg report shows poverty triples the chances of dying in Winnipeg before 75, while the life-expectancy gap between highest and lowest incomes is almost 20 years.
The path to a more compassionate, just society is lit by dialogue. Our shared future moves into focus when people from diverse backgrounds, cultures and experiences come together to talk about i
The second Winnipeg Wednesday, Red Tables, embodied the core United Way idea that we must hear everyone’s voice so we can figure out our problems together—listening to new perspectives, dreaming up creative solutions, and drawing on everyone’s gifts. The Red Table is a chance for people who don’t know each other—but who all have valuable
It’s Red Table Day—a day to come together and talk over a meal about how we can make Winnipeg better! Today United Way is asking Winnipeggers to “start a conversation that matters” with four questions that explore opinions and ideas for a better Winnipeg while breaking bread with co-workers, friends and family. The initiative, called