Agencies across Winnipeg collaborated with United Way on our new 'Making a Difference' report, shining a light on community goals, programs & investment strategies. Generous Winnipeggers continue to support the United Way Community Fund - pooling resources to give our 100 social agency partners throughout Winnipeg a chance to grow through stable, predictable, long-term funding.
United Way ensures that people and families in every neighbourhood have access to important resources that can change their lives. We support a network of essential programs and services throughout our city with sustained, long-term funding. Measuring Change: a Snapshot of Positive Change in Winnipeg (2014) report offers a quick look at over 100 agency partners
The first annual Peg report is called Our City: A Peg report on Winnipeg's well-being Read the Report Peg is our city's community indicators system. It tracks many key measurements that tell us how our city is doing. The report outlines how we're doing on 16 key indicators, and the good news is Winnipeg is
Two years of research, partnership and hard work culminate in a custom approach to fundraising rooted in Indigenous values and practices–the first of its kind in Canada.
United Way of Winnipeg’s Council for Indigenous Relations (formerly Aboriginal Relations Council) has released Eagle’s Eye View Second Edition. It’s a comprehensive environmental scan of Winnipeg’s Indigenous population.
Recognizing that poverty in Winnipeg remains a serious issue and concern for residents, United Way released a new report today that intends to inspire further discussion about the impact poverty has in all our lives and ways Winnipeggers can address the issue individually and together as a community.
This scan can foster reflection, inform planning and enhance evidence-based decision-making.