Your time, your route, your way. Together, let’s show our love for Winnipeggers. It has been one challenging year, Winnipeg, and our community needs us now more than ever. It is time to unite. On Friday, September 18, let’s step up and step out with a virtual walk around Winnipeg— apart, together. Uniting for the community
With federal funding, United Way Winnipeg is partnering with the City of Winnipeg 311 Call Centre, A&O Support Services for Older Adults, CAA, The Winnipeg Foundation and community organizations serving older adults to utilize 311.
We’re all in this together! Here’s a helpful list of resources and links to help Winnipeggers through the COVID-19 pandemic.
United Way Winnipeg has compiled this resource for the social sector as well as the broader Winnipeg community as the COVID-19 situation unfolds.
Donations to the COVID-19 Community Response Fund will help community social service agencies respond to the needs of vulnerable populations.
Knowing that agencies are doing the best they can to support their communities, United Way Winnipeg donors have responded quickly with additional support.
$4,000+ to support United Way Winnipeg homelessness initiatives, thanks to the Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce’s 50/50 raffle.
“You did it, Winnipeg! $21.6 million for our community! Our largest achievement ever!” said Jeff Goy, President and CEO of Wawanesa Insurance and United Way Winnipeg’s volunteer 2019 Campaign Chair. “Now, we can help even more people across our community.”
When we give united, all our gifts are pooled together into one big community fund that has enormous power to change lives in Winnipeg. Here are just a few of the wonderful, life-changing things our donors made possible in 2019.
To keep the spirit of his generosity alive, and in Brother Larry’s honour, the Executive of CUPE Local 2153 donated $1,000 to Koats for Kids – a program of United Way Winnipeg.