United Way Winnipeg, through its Council for Indigenous Relations, was honoured to host the Dr. Peter Henderson Bryce: Man of Conscience exhibit.
No one left behind. Not in Winnipeg, not in the world. That’s the goal behind the new Peg community indicators website.
Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce luncheon showcases how Peg, Winnipeg’s community indicators system, aligns with United Nations Sustainable Development Goals
Peg – Winnipeg’s community indicator system – unveils a new website and a new report linking Winnipeg’s well-being to United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
Helping kids make sense of history.
United Way’s Winnipeg Poverty Reduction Council is building bridges to connect business & Indigenous youth
Employer Consortium engages business-to-business learning about truth and reconciliation and Indigenous employment
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.
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.
When we let race inform our perception and behaviour we limit ourselves – our opportunities and our ability to see the truth.
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.