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.
St. John’s High School students in the Aboriginal Youth Leadership Program received a $1,000 grant from United Way Winnipeg’s Youth United to help organize a sweat lodge for their teachers.
Last week Wolseley MLA Rob Altemeyer rose to pay tribute to Sharon Taylor, retiring Executive Director at United Way’s donor-supported agency partner Wolseley Family Place.
United Way’s Winnipeg Poverty Reduction Council is building bridges to connect business & Indigenous youth
Employer Consortium engages business-to-business learning about truth and reconciliation and Indigenous employment
ChrisD.ca is selling T-shirts, sweatshirts and tank tops in support of our community in a hat-tip to the words of Winnipeg Jet winger Patrik Laine.
Photos of Main Street Project’s Jets pizza party inspires fans to give.
To mark National Volunteer Week, April 15 to 21, we have unveiled a new display of 12 double-sided hanging images of our wonderful volunteers.
Cargill gives to women-serving agency through United Way Winnipeg Days of Caring