Richardson International is a key contributor to the United Way through its workplace campaign. During last year’s fall campaign kick-off, Richardson employees had the privilege of hearing Paul Lacap, a member of the Board of Trustees at United Way of Winnipeg, share his experiences with the organization. In his address, Paul introduced Richardson to United
Almost 100 amazing Winnipeggers came out on a balmy Sunday night to join GenNext at The Good Will, making new friends & even learning a fact or two about the great community we live in. Team Everyone’s A Winner’s blazing trivia knowledge swept the competition—congrats on your random information skills 😉 Thanks to our fabulous host, Pamela Roz
A quote on the wall of Stroke Recovery Association says it all about our GenNext volunteers. “People rarely succeed unless they have fun in what they’re doing.” —Dale Carnegie GenNext volunteers got together for a Day of Caring at Stroke Recovery Association of Manitoba (SAM), an agency partner that assists people who have had strokes in
A lot of creativity can happen in a single day with the right motivation. The country’s first-ever Goodwork event was a runaway success with 49 volunteers from Winnipeg’s creative community pulling together to share their marketing and creative skills with local non-profit agencies in need. Secret Handshake // GoodWork Event 2013 from Handcraft on
A public relations staffer with the Downtown BIZ, an engineer and a WFPtv personality are all finalists for leadership awards.
United Way and MTS team up to give kids a blue and golden opportunity
It’s never too early to start thinking about what you want to be when you grow up.
Young community and business leaders aged 25 to 40 came prepared to paint the town red during United Way of Winnipeg’s second annual Red October event on Thursday, October 15, 2009.
Team spirit, community spirit and holiday spirit culminated in a very special Day of Caring on December 10, 2008 when United Way of Winnipeg GenNext volunteers hosted a holiday party for women and children from the Fort Garry Women’s Resource Centre – a United Way agency partner.
Winnipeggers hunting for ways to get involved in our community discovered a sea of volunteer opportunities during Red October, an event hosted by United Way’s GenNext Council on Thursday, October 16.