After-school programs give kids a sense of belonging, a family away from home.
More than 600 people came together to celebrate the generosity of Winnipeggers during the 2015 Campaign – United Way’s 50th.
Carbone Coal Fired Pizza is again helping keep little hands warm in Winnipeg’s frigid weather.
A new matching funds partnership with the Government of Manitoba will help support Family Resource Centres – places essential to the health and well-being of our children, their families, and our communities.
Incredible generosity from Westcorp will allow arrivals to Winnipeg to start their new lives with beautiful, gently-used furniture and housewares.
It’s a wonderful thing when generosity inspires generosity.
“It’s such a nice thing. To think of all those children having a new set of jammies to snuggle into is really heartwarming”
For 23 years, golfers who love Winnipeg—and Winnipeggers who love golf—have been swinging for a stronger community. This year, they hit a collective hole-in-one, crossing the $1.1 million mark. Braving what turned into a rather blustery day, 132 golfers played Bel Acres Golf & Country Club and raised a record-setting $130,052. Over the combined years, the tournament
Our 3rd Winnipeg Wednesday—June days celebrating 50 years in our community—honoured the strength of Winnipeg families. We ran an experimental crowdfunding campaign called “Make It Happen,” with a range of projects for family resource centres in Winnipeg. United Way’s annual investment in our agency partners provides consistent, dependable money that they can factor into their yearly budgets.
Winnipeg Wednesday—June 17 is all about Making It Happen. Today we kicked off one of this city’s largest multi-project crowdfunding drives, at our agency partner North End Women’s Resource Centre on sunny Selkirk Avenue. Buffalo Gals graced us with their voices and their drums, in front of the very couches they hope to replace with money