The cost of income tax preparation is significant for some low-income Manitobans, but the cost of not doing their taxes can be even more significant in lost benefits and credits.
“It’s an exciting time to be part of the tournament supporting not one, but hundreds of programs and partnerships strengthening the fabric of our communities.”
The John Howard Society (JHS) hosted a grand opening reception for their new We Fit You Closet last week, and the reviews are in.
Forgotten: The Métis Residential School Experience exhibit, which shines light on the history of the Métis and the legacy of residential schools.
More than 800 people came together to celebrate the generosity of Winnipeggers during the 2016 Campaign on Friday night at the RBC Convention Centre.
Members of The Manitoba Chiropractors Association—41 offices!—collected over 2700 pairs of pajamas as part of their annual Jammie Drive. This generosity will keep kids cozy at over forty United Way agencies this winter!
Last Sunday families were treated not just a screening of E.T. but also the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra performing the iconic score as the movie played.
Incoming Campaign Chair Colin Ryan asks everyone to reach out and ask others to give now.
The Spence Street Thrift Shop is welcoming shoppers in the West End again after a three-week closure for renovations.
Thank you to Winnipeg organizations and workplaces for pledging early support and completing your workplace campaigns. You set the pace!