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.
Interesting, educational and fun local ways to get out in the community and explore, celebrate, and learn about the rich diversity of First Nations, Metis and Inuit people.
Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce luncheon showcases how Peg, Winnipeg’s community indicators system, aligns with United Nations Sustainable Development Goals
Peg – Winnipeg’s community indicator system – unveils a new website and a new report linking Winnipeg’s well-being to United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
Helping kids make sense of history.
Imagine not being able to get your hair cut…ever. Basic needs are difficult to meet with dignity when you’re experiencing homelessness.
Winnipeg is a richly diverse city. Each of Winnipeg’s many populations offers unique insights and wisdom that we can all learn and benefit from.
Acts of kindness, whether they are with strangers or with our loved ones, have a positive impact.
Saturday, May 26: agency partner End Homelessness Winnipeg is offering a free day of services like dental care, foot care, haircuts, photos for identification, and lunch to help our friends who need it.