Family & Community Services


LITE, Winnipeg
The Wild Blueberry Breakfast is LITE’s major annual fundraiser. The proceeds fund its work to help marginalized people find jobs.


$4,500
 
LITE Winnipeg

LITE Winnipeg

The Pas Handi-Van

The Pas Handi-Van

Pregnancy & Family Support Service, Winnipeg

Pregnancy & Family Support Service, Winnipeg

Ka Ni Kanichihk, Winnipeg

Hands of Hope, Winnipeg

Hands of Hope, Winnipeg

L’Arche, Winnipeg

Habitat for Humanity, Portage la Prairie

St. John Ambulance, Winnipeg

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SSCOPE, Winnipeg

NorWest Co-op Community Health Centre, Winnipeg

NorWest Co-op Community Health Centre, Winnipeg

 


The Pas Handi-Van
A new van has been acquired to help people who need transportation in The Pas.


$5,000
 

Pregnancy & Family Support Service, Winnipeg
These funds will help hire a therapist to serve individuals and families in crisis in the West End.


$19,000
 

Plum Coulee Heritage and Recreation Development Corporation
A new community hall, offering a variety of activities, will serve all ages.


$20,000
 

Christmas Cheer Board of Winnipeg
  
Salvation Army
   Winnipeg Harvest
   Union Gospel Mission
   Siloam Mission
  Christmas Cheer Funds in rural Manitoba

It is a traditional of the Foundation to help agencies who are helping others at Christmas.


$11,000
10,000
10,000
3,000
3,000

8,500

 

Elizabeth Fry Society, Winnipeg
Education is crucial to ex-offenders who seek a productive life.  This grant helps to sustain the Society’s literacy program.


$10,130
 

Ten Ten Sinclair, Winnipeg
Interior repairs will help this agency serve its clients, many of whom are mobility challenged.


$9,000
 

The Jubilee Fund, Winnipeg
Jubilee is in the philanthropic business of social finance.  This grant, payable over 2 years, supports its operations.


$20,000
 

SEED Winnipeg
Winnipeg’s first Social Finance Forum was partly funded with this grant.


$4,000
 

Siloam Mission, Winnipeg
A major expansion, entitled “Make Room” will help Siloam serve more of Winnipeg’s homeless.


$100,000
 

Safe Families, Winnipeg
The goal of this agency is to help keep families in crisis together.  A start-up grant has been provided.


$5,000
 

Helping Hands for Manitobans with Breast Cancer
Financial assistance is provided to Manitobans undergoing treatment for cancer.  Low income patients often need help with accommodation, travel, drugs and so on.


$10,000
 

Ka Ni Kanichihk, Winnipeg
Ka Ni Kanichihk (“those who lead”) serves the Indigenous community.  It is engaging an “Indigenous Co-operative Developer” to provide housing co-ops, cultural co-ops and professional services co-ops.


$15,000
 

The Lord’s Bounty Food Bank, Flin Flon
This food bank has acquired a former church building from which it will deliver its services to Flin Flon and nearby communities.


$11,000
 

Association for Community Living, Beausejour
Improvements have been made to one of ACL’s group homes to improve its energy efficiency.


$13,000
 

Hands of Hope, Winnipeg 
This “thrift” store is unique in that it actually engages its patrons to help improve lives.  A part time delivery driver was employed with this grant.


$20,000
 

L’Arche, Winnipeg
This agency serves developmentally disabled adults, some of whom are retired.  A retirement program has been partly funded.


$4,000
 

Canadian Centre for Child Protection, Winnipeg
The Centre is a national organization that addresses the abuse of children.  This grant helped to deliver programming on First Nations reserves.


$17,000
 

Habitat for Humanity, Portage la Prairie
Two new “builds” will provide a good home for two families.


$10,000
 

Swan Valley Communities That Care
Programming for young people who are in conflict with society and their families has been partly funded.


$15,000
 

Prison Fellowship, Winnipeg
Payable over 3 years, this grant will help increase staffing so that more services can be delivered to federal and provincial prison inmates.


$15,000
 

Manitoba Women’s Institute
The MWI will host two “Manitoba Rural Women’s Days”.  These funds will help sponsor the events.

$5,000  

Selkirk & District Community Foundation
This foundation is researching its community’s “Vital Signs”, a project of the Community Foundations of Canada.  The award is payable over 2 years.


$7,500
 

Winnipeg Central Park Women’s Resource Centre
The Centre provides assistance to inner-city women.  This grant focused on nutrition education.


$3,000
 

L’Entre Temps des Franco-Manitobaine, Winnipeg
This women’s shelter, which provides bilingual services, has expanded its child counseling program.  Many abused women escape with their children.


$20,000