Family & Community Services


YMCA – YWCA, Winnipeg
The Y has embarked on a major campaign to improve its facilities. This grant, payable over 4 years, will partly fund improvements at the Elmwood Branch.


$100,000

 
YMCA – YWCA, Winnipeg

YMCA – YWCA, Winnipeg

Salvation Army, Winnipeg

Salvation Army, Winnipeg

Gladstone Community Complex

Gladstone Community Complex

Westminster Housing Society, Winnipeg

Westminster Housing Society, Winnipeg


Town of Morris
A health and wellness centre is being developed within existing municipal recreational facilities in Morris.


$10,000

 

Prendergast Centre Association, Winnipeg
The Prendergast Centre is a multi-purpose building which serves day cares, seniors groups and drop-ins.  A new roof will improve the facility.


$15,000

 

Christmas Cheer Board of Greater 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 that are helping others at Christmas.


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

 

Salvation Army, Winnipeg
Improvements are being made to the facility that houses the Army’s Multicultural Family Centre in St. Vital.


$10,000

 

 

Mediation Services, Winnipeg
A national conference dealing with conflict resolution is being held in Winnipeg.


$5,000

 

Reaching E-Quality Employment Services, Winnipeg
A variety of supports to families in this remote mining town are offered by the Centre. New flooring will brighten the facility.


$5,000

 

Hope Centre, Winnipeg
Adults with intellectual challenges are served by Hope Centre. It will provide a communication device for non-verbal clients.


$3,696

 

The Pas Association for Human Development
L’Arche Winnipeg
Intellectually handicapped adults are the clients of these agencies. Capital projects were funded in both cases.


$10,000
$10,000

 

North Winnipeg Handivan, Pine Falls
Morden Handivan
Handivans help to maintain the independence of the mobility disadvantaged. New vehicles were acquired with the help of these grants.


$3,392
$6,000

 

Winnipeg Harvest
A new umbrella agency will serve all food banks in Manitoba. This grant helped with the organizational expenses.


$5,000

 

Siloam Mission, Winnipeg
Payable over 2 years, this award will help Siloam provide shelter for the homeless.


$50,000

 

Flavie-Laurent Centre, Winnipeg
A new cargo van will help Flavie-Laurent serve the poor of, primarily, St. Boniface.


$10,000

 

Association for Community Living – Manitoba
Research on the integration of children with developmental challenges in rural daycares is being conducted by ACL – Manitoba.


$15,000

 

SEED Winnipeg
A new building will consolidate SEED’s activities which include community development, empowerment of families and skills building. It works in Winnipeg’s North End.


$50,000

 

Augustine United Church, Winnipeg
Augustine operates a drop-in program for street people known as the Oak Table. It will acquire a new fridge and dishwasher.


$2,381

 

The Laurel Centre, Winnipeg
Women who have experienced childhood or adolescent abuse receive counselling and guidance at The Laurel Centre. A new facility has been purchased and is being renovated.


$10,000
 

Westminster Housing Society, Winnipeg
The WHS seeks to provide affordable, quality rental accommodation to low income families. The insulation in some of its units is being upgraded.


$25,000
 

Austin & District Community Hall
Community halls are the focus of rural life. Austin is building a new facility to international energy efficiency standards.


$25,000
 

Marymound Inc., Winnipeg
Marymound helps young people regain control of their lives. Capital renovations have been undertaken at the agency’s main campus.


$25,000
 

Take Pride Winnipeg!
New office equipment has been purchased. Take Pride seeks to encourage a clean, attractive city.


$10,000
 

Elizabeth Fry Society
The Society serves women who have been in conflict with the law. A new heating and ventilation system has been acquired.


$5,000
 

Matthew Frost Sports Fund
The Winnipeg Foundation has established a fund to honour Matthew Frost who left a legacy of determination and fair play.


$5,000
 

Community Foundations of Canada
This grant helped several rural Manitoba community foundations attend the bi-annual conference of the CFC.


$5,000
 

Town of Gladstone
A community complex is the heart of activity in any rural town. Gladstone is builiding an outstanding, LEED standard complex. This grant is payable over 4 years.


$40,000
 

Indian Family Centre, Winnipeg
A multi-purpose facility, primarily for Native families, is operated by the Christian Reformed Church. Capital repairs have been supported.


$10,000
 

Brandon Salutes
The people of Brandon and area are demonstrating their support for military familes based at CFB Shilo with signage and banners. The project was assisted with this award.


$5,000
 

Open Access Resource Centre, Winnipeg
The OARC provides devices to individuals with communication difficulties. This grant helped to purchase such equipment.


$10,000
 

Disabled Sail Manitoba
Disabled sailors use a facility at the Fort Whyte Centre to learn and enjoy sailing. Infrastructure improvements at the site were funded.


$10,000