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.
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.
Monsanto hears about helping kids Monsanto employees gathered for their 2015 United Way campaign kickoff where Rossbrook House executive director Phil Chiappetta spoke about how their support helps create a better future for Winnipeg kids. A United Way-supported neighbourhood drop-in centre, Rossbrook House was founded in 1976 by Sister Geraldine MacNamara and some inner city youth
Almost halfway there! The first of our four Campaign Report Sessions took place at the Delta Winnipeg’s Grand Ballroom, with a buffet breakfast and wise words on the incalculable value of young people from West Broadway Youth Outreach’s Ken Opaleke. Friday morning saw us celebrating our pacesetters, the workplaces who make their corporate gifts or
Every year, when our annual campaign is wrapped up, we take a moment to compile a list of outstanding businesses and organizations that worked so hard to raise money for our community. Hosting a workplace campaign is more than just planning pancake breakfasts—it’s a chance to connect with coworkers who care about our community. A
Federal employees and retirees give back to their communities, with over $179 million donated to United Ways across the country in the past ten years. We’re proud to have the 3rd largest federal employee and retiree campaign right here in Winnipeg! Your generosity is amazing, and together we’re working to build stronger communities. Thanks to
Winnipeggers have donated or pledged just over $20 million to the United Way in 2013, a milestone achievement that was celebrated by hundreds of community, business, labour and political leaders at an upbeat and energy-filled event at the Victoria Inn. 2013 Campaign Chair and Birchwood Automotive Group President Steve Chipman was joined by the people
We’re consistently amazed by Winnipeggers’ generosity, and hope you know just how important your donations are. Last year you gave nearly $20 million, and that money is making a big difference in our community. Thank you. “When you support United Way, you’re supporting hundreds of programs and services all around Winnipeg.” Our annual fundraising campaign
You’ve shown how much you believe in Winnipeg by supporting United Way. Please join us as we share the results of this year’s fundraising campaign and celebrate the very real difference organizations and people like you are making in Winnipeg.
Hello. My name is Elsa Garcia. I am 27 years old and I live in the Brooklands community with my partner and our two children Olivia, 7 and Diego, 5. I wanted to write to let you know how important United Way programs and supports have been to me and my family.