Family & Community Services


New Life Ministries, Winnipeg
Under the guidance of the Rev. Harry Lehotsky and his colleagues, New Life Ministries has worked tirelessly to advance the quality of life in Winnipeg’s West End. This grant will help to secure the agency’s work during the next five years.


$100,000

 
Snow Lake Family Resource Centre

Snow Lake Family Resource Centre

Inglis & District Community Club

Inglis & District Community Club

Melita pool

Melita pool

New Life Ministries, Winnipeg

New Life Ministries, Winnipeg

Winnipeg Centre Vineyard Church

Winnipeg Centre Vineyard Church

S.S.C.O.P.E., Winnipeg

S.S.C.O.P.E., Winnipeg


The Winnipeg Foundation
“Community Roots” is a magazine devoted to Manitoba’s thriving community foundation movement. It is published through the auspices of the Winnipeg Foundation.


$2,500

 

The Canadian Museum for Human Rights, Winnipeg
The Museum, to be built at The Forks, will recognize, promote and celebrate human rights. This award is payable over four years.


$100,000

 

Thompson Homeless Shelter
A recycling project will give homeless people in Thompson a leg up as they seek a turnaround in their lives.


$10,000

 

Winnserv, Inc., Winnipeg
A research project concerning the aging of people with developmental challenges is being conducted by Winnserv.


$5,000

 

 

Town of Gillam
Gillam is a remote community. Its skating rink is important to the quality of life during the long northern winter. A new Zamboni has been acquired.


$10,000

 

Snow Lake Family Resource Centre
A variety of supports to families in this remote mining town are offered by the Centre. New flooring will brighten the facility.


$6,000

 

Lord Selkirk School Division, Selkirk
The high school in Selkirk has one of the best running tracks in the province. It is adding a fieldhouse to the track facility.


$20,000

 

North Point Douglas Women’s Centre, Winnipeg
The Centre offers the women and children of North Point Douglas an opportunity to develop their potential in a safe location. Major sewer and water repairs were partly funded with this grant.


$7,500

 

Christmas Cheer Board of Greater Winnipeg
Salvation Army Christmas Kettle, Winnipeg
Winnipeg Harvest
Union Gospel Mission, Winnipeg
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
$9,000

 

Canadian Executive Service Organization
Business mentoring and financial management is offered by CESO to constituencies which lack access to such skills. This award will help CESO to work with aboriginal women.


$5,000

 

Winnipeg Centre Vineyard Church
The Vineyard is developing a large warehouse in Winnipeg’s North End as transitional housing for street people. Construction has been assisted.


$25,000

 

Hearthstone Community Group, Selkirk
A group home for developmentally challenged adults is being improved by Hearthstone.


$7,500

 

S.S.C.O.P.E. Winnipeg
The agency helps disadvantaged people with casual, flexible employment in a supportive environment. A new delivery truck has been purchased.


$15,000

 

A.C.L. – Virden
Downtown Virden will be the new location of this agency’s “New to You” store. It will help mentally challenged adults learn vocational skills.


$10,000

 

Agape Table, Winnipeg
A variety of new equipment and capital improvements will help this long-established soup kitchen serve its grateful clients.


$8,863

 

North End Wellness Centre, Winnipeg
The Centre will provide North Enders with a new daycare, health care services, a fitness facility and other resources.


$75,000
 

Spence Neighbourhood Association, Winnipeg
A new and larger workshop is being erected by Riverdale to serve mentally handicapped adults.


$8,000
 

Valleyview Community Centre, Brandon
Valleyview plays an important role in its neighbourhood. It houses a day care and a senior centre. It offers a public meeting space and skating rinks. The Centre is undergoing renovations.


$10,000
 

Inglis & District Community Club
Community halls are vital to life in rural Manitoba. Capital renovations were carried out at the Inglis hall.


$10,000
 

Melita Pool
The Melita Pool serves a large area of southwestern Manitoba. It is being upgraded and redeveloped.


$15,000