Free, confidential service launches to help people impacted by COVID-19 navigate available community and government supports.
United Way Winnipeg has compiled this resource for the social sector as well as the broader Winnipeg community as the COVID-19 situation unfolds.
Donations to the COVID-19 Community Response Fund will help community social service agencies respond to the needs of vulnerable populations.
Knowing that agencies are doing the best they can to support their communities, United Way Winnipeg donors have responded quickly with additional support.
2019 #WPGWhiteout Street Parties brought our city together. $162,555 was raised for agencies working to address addiction, homelessness, and mental health.
The Truth and Reconciliation Commission Report & its 94 Calls to Action released in 2015, provides a roadmap for increased economic opportunities for Indigenous people in Canada.
United Way Winnipeg, through its Council for Indigenous Relations, was honoured to host the Dr. Peter Henderson Bryce: Man of Conscience exhibit.
Richardson Foundation generously partners with United Way Winnipeg to offer fifth year of Essential Needs Fund
Richardson Foundation generously partners with United Way Winnipeg to offer the fifth year of the Essential Needs Fund.
Winnipeg is a richly diverse city. Each of Winnipeg’s many populations offers unique insights and wisdom that we can all learn and benefit from.
Acts of kindness, whether they are with strangers or with our loved ones, have a positive impact.