Thanks to the generous help of United Way Day of Caring volunteers, the daycare at Thrive has a new shed for their toys and supplies.
“I went looking for guidance…initially for my mental health and depression because my dad passed away.”
New doors opened in Sydney’s life as she gained insight and power over her anxieties.
After a year of conversations with Winnipeggers, United Way unveils our 2016-2019 Strategic Plan.
For Leah, a single mom of six, the help she got through a family resource centre kept her kids fed and brought her out of depression and isolation.
More than 100 Winnipeg high school students gathered at Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre at Win Gardner Place and boarded busses for the annual United Way Youth Day of Caring.
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Terumi Kuwada volunteered as an Agency Liaison Volunteer – helping guide the direction and impact of United Way agency partners – for about 13 years.
“I always came to the resource centre for the Fruit & Veggie Market anyway, and one day they needed help,” said Manilyn of how she started volunteering.
Poverty is a complex and critical issue in Winnipeg, and United Way works with many partners who share the belief that any and all steps we can take towards ending it are important.