United Way youth volunteers will be climbing the equivalent of Mount Everest on Sunday, March 20.
Here’s a big, sweaty THANK YOU from our amazing, exhausted volunteers who climbed the equivalent of Mount Everest to raise $8000 for after school programs. Winnipeg’s legendary generosity shines through again.
United Way youth volunteers spent a weekend in February giving back to the community at Camp Y, near Woodlands, MB.
United Way youth volunteers scaled the equivalent of Mount Everest on Sunday, March 20, 2011 for the very first Up stair climb event in support of United Way youth programs and services in Winnipeg.
With so many young leaders in Winnipeg, United Way’s Youth Relations Council has awarded four recipients with the Youth Leaders in Action Scholarship each year since 2007. The Council is happy to announce the 2010 recipients.
Congratulations to the 2008-2009 Student community Service Award recipients!
Kelvin High School (Kelvin Bridges Initiative) December 2008 (Amount granted: $1000) Students from Kelvin High school organized a toy drive and Christmas Breakfast for Dufferin Elementary School. The day also included activities and a visit from Santa. Students involved in planning the project gained leadership, team-building and organizational skills and allowed them to demonstrate the
CTV Video, Friday May 22, 2009
This year’s United Way Youth Leaders in Action Scholarship recipients are all being recognized as CityHeroes on Breakfast Television (Citytv, Channel 8)! The recipients will be featured on Breakfast Television Wednesday mornings beginning April 1st. On April 22nd, Justin Cloutier from United Way’s Youth Relations Council will appear live on the show to talk about