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Brain Architecture Game

Understand on a deeper level why investing in youth care and services is critical to the health of our city

Did you know 90% of your brain’s development occurs before age five? Our experiences in those early years, good and bad, supportive or traumatic, drastically impact every aspect of our lives as we grow older, from personal interactions to professional aspirations.

The Brain Architecture Game is a virtual or in-person guided group activity that puts you inside the mind of a child to see how their brains are affected by these positive and negative life experiences.

Children can’t control what happens to them in life—but early interventions by caregivers and communities can help kids develop positive coping skills to buffer the effects of negative experiences.

The Brain Architecture Game will help you understand on a deeper level how donating to United Way Winnipeg can transform the lives of children who began their journey in adversity.

How to make it happen

Date and time:

Choose a date and time that is convenient for your group, and we will do our best to accommodate it. Please note we require two weeks’ notice. The game takes approximately 2.5 hours to complete.


The game can accommodate 8—80 participants. We will provide a facilitator.


This experience is offered virtually and in person.


$250 covers the cost of our facilitator and materials. If cost is a barrier, let us know and we will find a solution.

Let’s get started!

Reach out today to learn more about participating in a Brain Architecture Game or to choose a booking date.