163 pairs of boots were donated—keeping 1630 little toes warm in WInnipeg’s frigid winter—and nearly $300 was donated through the drive-thru.
As one of Millie Anderson’s clients puts it, living in poverty can feel like a constant struggle to climb out of a ditch.
Koats for Kids manager Donna Albak is sitting pretty after a generous donation of office furniture has improved the comfort, efficiency, and lighting of her workspace.
“I was born into and raised with mental illness. Back then it was never talked about. There was stigma, shame, and secrecy.”
United Way-supported Immigrant Centre helps 16,000 per year.
Winnipeg woman gives back after battling loss, abuse and poverty.
GenNexters helped make Christmas a little brighter for kids and families at the Newcomer Employment Education Development Services (NEEDS) Holiday Party.
“Little did I know those steps I was taking at 5:30 in the morning were going to be my last.”
It’s a wonderful thing when generosity inspires generosity.
LGBT community finds safe haven in centre’s support group