On July 6, 2012, our city lost a great leader and devoted champion. But Bill Norrie’s legacy of community service and spirit will live on for Winnipeggers everywhere, including the volunteers and staff at United Way of Winnipeg.
Hundreds of volunteers work to make our city a better place through United Way every day. In workplaces there are staff strengthening our community through Days of Caring, Employee Campaign Chairs, Canvassers & committees who inspire their peers to raise money, and the Speakers’ Bureau volunteers who share how that makes a difference in people’s lives. There
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Volunteer Canada and Investors Group today released new emotionally-charged videos to promote National Volunteer Week 2011 in collaboration with Volunteer Ottawa.
At United Way of Winnipeg, volunteers really do make the difference.
More than 140 students from 19 local high schools showed outstanding community pride and responsibility by taking part in
Congratulations to Heather Grant-Jury on receiving the 2009 United Way of Canada Partnership Builder Award.
His big night behind him, Santa made one final appearance at Rossbrook House in Winnipeg to the delight of close to 30 children.
Marina Clay didn’t think she would settle down in Winnipeg, but as a young professional, she realized this is the city where she can make her mark
As the temperature in Winnipeg dipped into the minus forties, Livingston Integrated Logistics kicked their United Way Koats for Kids drive into high gear.