Whether you attended last year, or not, this is a “can’t miss” opportunity to come together as the next generation of community leaders! Mark your calendars, tell your friends, and make sure your organization buys a table for the ultimate community-building conference. This year we will be exploring the theme of Identity, and what that
Members of The Manitoba Chiropractors Association—41 offices!—collected over 2700 pairs of pajamas as part of their annual Jammie Drive. This generosity will keep kids cozy at over forty United Way agencies this winter!
The inaugural GenNext Summit brought almost 300 young leaders to the RBC Convention Centre to learn and share ideas for moving forward towards a more thriving Winnipeg.
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.
GenNext raised $600 for a better Winnipeg and got a whole lot (well, a little bit) smarter at the 2nd Sunday-evening trivia night.
GenNext Fall Mixer brings together caring leaders. National Leasing played host for the GenNext Fall Mixer on Thursday, and about 50 GenNexters heard about the work of United Way and a call to leadership. “When we step down from what we do it will be your generation and you that take up the mantle,” said Boys
GenNext council makes plans, fall mixer coming up. The GenNext council met August 25 at United Way for their 2015 strategy session to focus on how caring young Winnipeggers can create meaningful social change in Winnipeg. “It was very encouraging and inspiring to hear this team of future leaders discussing the potential of GenNext to raise awareness about
GenNext members at National Leasing capped off a successful donation drive with a BBQ block party on Thursday. The drive, called Giving Kids a Summer, collected summer items like sunscreen, bug spray, hats, sunglasses, and sporting equipment gathered for distribution to inner city children and families through Spence Neighbourhood Association (SNA) – a United Way
GenNexters recently got involved in a Day of Caring to make the North End Women’s Centre (NEWC) a brighter place to be. The Selkirk Avenue centre helps women and their families end cycles of poverty, abuse, and dependency through transitional housing, counselling and a wide variety of programs and support services. The Day of Caring
The second Winnipeg Wednesday, Red Tables, embodied the core United Way idea that we must hear everyone’s voice so we can figure out our problems together—listening to new perspectives, dreaming up creative solutions, and drawing on everyone’s gifts. The Red Table is a chance for people who don’t know each other—but who all have valuable