Family & Community Services


United Way of Winnipeg
A workshop on community economic development has been partly funded with this grant.


$6,000

 
Westminster Housing Society, Winnipeg

Westminster Housing Society, Winnipeg

Belmont Community Club

Belmont Community Club

St. Mathew’s – Maryland Community Ministry, Winnipeg

St. Mathew’s – Maryland Community Ministry, Winnipeg

Special Olympics Manitoba

Special Olympics Manitoba


Pregnancy & Family Support Service, Winnipeg
PFSS offers a wide range of social services to help women and families in need. This grant helped to construct an addition to its Thrift Store to house its administration offices.


$10,000

 

Westminster Housing Society, Winnipeg
Quality rental housing is made available to low income people by the Society. A facility to accommodate brain injured men, as well as low income seniors, will be constructed.


$25,000

 

Winnipeg Chinese Cultural Centre
The publication of a book on the contributions of first generation immigrants will be assisted with this grant.


$3,000

 

New Life Ministries, Winnipeg
A former commercial building in Winnipeg’s old West End is being redeveloped for use as low cost housing and as a community meeting place. Renovations were assisted with this grant.


$15,000

 

 

St. Matthews-Maryland Community Ministry, Winnipeg
St. Matthew’s, also in Winnipeg’s old West End, operates a number of programs in pursuit of community building. This award helped it to renovate its community kitchen.


$10,000

 

Survivors Hope Crisis Centre, Pinawa
This start-up grant enabled the Centre to expand its assistance to the survivors of sexual assault and to deliver appropriate education and prevention programs.


$10,000

 

L’Entre-Temps des Franco-Manitobaines, Winnipeg
Interior renovations were assisted with this award. L’Entre-Temps is a shelter for abused women and their children


$2,981

 

Canadian Council of the Blind
The CCB offers public education on blindness. This award helped the agency expand its “See if You Can” program into rural Manitoba.


$1,000

 

Simaril, Winnipeg
La Residence de Lourdes, Notre Dame

Prairie Places, Winnipeg
ACL Selkirk
St. James Assiniboia Industries, Winnipeg
Hearthstone Community Group, Selkirk
These agencies serve adults with special needs. The Foundation helped fund the acquisition of a group home and various renovation projects.


$15,000
$7,500
$9,250
$25,000
$2,516
$10,000

 

West Broadway Development Corporation, Winnipeg
This agency helps to elevate the quality of life in the West Broadway neighbourhood. Its move to new quarters was assisted with this grant.


$4,182

 

Opportunities for Employment, Winnipeg
The work of this agency equips individuals to achieve greater independence by pursuing meaningful employment. This award will help to establish a thrift store which will offer retail training as well as affordable clothing and household goods.


$15,000

 

Family Support Centre of Winnipeg
A new photocopier will help the Centre deliver services to young women who are dealing with unexpected pregnancy.


$4,973

 

Northwest Handitransit, Gladstone
Dauphin & District Handivan
Handivans help the elderly and the disabled to maintain their mobility and independence. A new vehicle was acquired for the Gladstone and Dauphin areas.


$6,000
$10,000

 

John Howard Society, Winnipeg
The Society seeks restorative justice by working with victims of crime and the offenders to resolve conflicts. This grant helped to repair the agency’s roof.


$10,000

 

South Winnipeg Family Information Centre
Numerous programs of interest to families are delivered by this agency including effective parenting, babysitting, adoption and couples communication. This grant helped to fund interior renovations.


$5,000

 

Pembina Counselling Centre, Morden
PCC offers counselling and advice on marital difficulties, depression, addictions and so on. A new photocopier was acquired with these funds.


$4,807
 

Belmont & District Community Club
San Clara & District Recreation Co-op
The community hall is the focal point of many rural towns. This grant will help the people of Belmont and San Clara improve their halls.


$7,500
$10,000
 

Christmas Cheer Board of Winnipeg
Salvation Army Christmas Kettle, Winnipeg
Winnipeg Harvest
Union Gospel Mission, Winnipeg
Christmas Lite, Winnipeg
Christmas Cheer Funds in Rural Manitoba
The Foundation has traditionally helped agencies which are helping others at Christmas.


$10,000
$5,000
$5,000
$2,500
$2,500
$5,000
 

Community Foundations of Canada
The CFC promotes the establishment and growth of community foundations throughout Canada. This grant will help it to staff the position of Manitoba Regional Representative.


$11,500
 

Plum Coulee Community Foundation
The community hall is the focal point of many rural towns. This grant will help the people of Belmont and San Clara improve their halls.


$7,500
$10,000
 

Special Olympics Manitoba
This grant helped the Special “O” upgrade and expand its offices.


$10,000