Thank you to Winnipeg organizations and workplaces for pledging early support and completing your workplace campaigns. You set the pace!
The inaugural GenNext Summit brought almost 300 young leaders to the RBC Convention Centre to learn and share ideas for moving forward towards a more thriving Winnipeg.
United Way Winnipeg & the Manitoba Islamic Association co-hosts an open house to celebrate Islamic History Month.
Winnipeggers gathered at Robert A. Steen Community Centre for breakfast and to learn more about the importance of connecting Winnipeg youth with mental health supports.
More Winnipeggers than ever pulled planes at United Way’s 13th Annual Plane Pull!
After listening to Winnipeggers United Way presents a 3-year plan with clear goals to do more for kids and families still struggling in our city.
Human connection is one of the greatest gifts to be found at a family resource centre. When Malofo Fofana lost her husband to cancer in 2014 the Winnipeg Central Park Women’s Resource Centre gave her that gift.
United Way’s agency partner Youth Agencies Alliance (YAA) art show begins a global social media campaign to spread youth vision for a better world.
The 24th Annual United Way Winnipeg Golf Tournament saw sunny skies and a lot of generosity on Wednesday at the beautiful Bel Acres Golf & Country Club—raising over $130,000.
Turning five is a special event in anyone’s life, and for her fifth birthday Braelyn had a special idea.