Study shows negative cycles are broken, strength and empowerment are gained through Family Resource Centres.
When people near the end of their lives, Irvine Hildebrand helps them knock items off their bucket list.
After two years spent living alone in her van, Lyndsay Ladobruk found a warm Wolseley apartment to call home with help from the West Central Women’s Resource Centre.
A new Peg report shows poverty triples the chances of dying in Winnipeg before 75, while the life-expectancy gap between highest and lowest incomes is almost 20 years.
Peel back the door at the Plessis Road Family Resource Centre on any given morning, and you’ll likely be offered breakfast, a cup of coffee and a warm hug.
About 300 United Way friends and family gathered to celebrate those who make workplace campaigns a success – Sponsored Executives and the generous organizations who make it possible for them to join United Way.
Exhibit tells the stories of Canada’s Inuit Residential School Survivors.
Two hundred United Way Winnipeg friends had breakfast at the gleaming CN Campus training facility to mark progress toward the Campaign 2015 goal.
The tenth annual Chillin’ For Charity, which sees students from Asper School of Business take a November swim to raise funds for United Way, was a chilly affair.
Make The Month—Canada’s first online poverty simulation—is a glimpse into the struggle 10% of Winnipeggers face trying to make ends meet.