Over 700 Winnipeggers came together at the RBC Convention Centre Winnipeg Thursday night to celebrate love for our city and the incredible achievement of $21.3 million raised for Winnipeg’s community fund.
The 2018 GenNext Summit: Momentum was built on the notion that Winnipeg’s young change agents have started the movement towards building a better Winnipeg.
“I have lived in Winnipeg since July 2013 and see both its brilliance and its complexity.”
The Truth and Reconciliation Commission Report & its 94 Calls to Action released in 2015, provides a roadmap for increased economic opportunities for Indigenous people in Canada.
United Way Winnipeg, through its Council for Indigenous Relations, was honoured to host the Dr. Peter Henderson Bryce: Man of Conscience exhibit.
This is the largest goal for Winnipeg’s community fund ever, and with your help we will achieve it,” said Barb Gamey, United Way Winnipeg’s 2018 volunteer Campaign Chair.
Richardson Foundation generously partners with United Way Winnipeg to offer fifth year of Essential Needs Fund
Richardson Foundation generously partners with United Way Winnipeg to offer the fifth year of the Essential Needs Fund.
Golfers raised more than $90,000, bringing the 25-year total to over $1.4 million supporting United Way’s work helping to make Winnipeg a better city for us all.
United Way Winnipeg Day of Caring volunteers create new ‘mud kitchen’ and sandbox for kids at Thrive Child Care.
No one left behind. Not in Winnipeg, not in the world. That’s the goal behind the new Peg community indicators website.