211 Manitoba is the “front door” for all families in need across Manitoba to find help close to home.
The cost of income tax preparation is significant for some low-income Manitobans, but the cost of not doing their taxes can be even more significant in lost benefits and credits.
The John Howard Society (JHS) hosted a grand opening reception for their new We Fit You Closet last week, and the reviews are in.
Last Sunday families were treated not just a screening of E.T. but also the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra performing the iconic score as the movie played.
The Spence Street Thrift Shop is welcoming shoppers in the West End again after a three-week closure for renovations.
Human connection is one of the greatest gifts to be found at a family resource centre. When Malofo Fofana lost her husband to cancer in 2014 the Winnipeg Central Park Women’s Resource Centre gave her that gift.
United Way’s agency partner Youth Agencies Alliance (YAA) art show begins a global social media campaign to spread youth vision for a better world.
“I went looking for guidance…initially for my mental health and depression because my dad passed away.”
New doors opened in Sydney’s life as she gained insight and power over her anxieties.
For Leah, a single mom of six, the help she got through a family resource centre kept her kids fed and brought her out of depression and isolation.