Family & Community Services
|Parish Church of St. Luke, Winnipeg|
This Parish was established in 1889 in Winnipeg. Besides being designated as a heritage site on February 13, 1997, it provides social outreach activities for the community. This grant helps to upgrade their kitchen.
|Aulneau Renewal Centre, Winnipeg|
ARC was founded in 1979 as a mission of the Missionary Oblate Sisters of St. Boniface. They empower personal growth by providing counselling and therapy services and by building the capacity of practice through training and education. This grant helps by implementing a new telephone system.
|Habitat for Humanity Manitoba, Brandon|
HFHM, Brandon Chapter with the help of sponsors, supporters, and volunteers, builds safe, and affordable homes for purchase by low-income working families. This grant helps with the construction to build two homes in Brandon.
|Future Hope Inc., Winnipeg|
FH is a charitable non-profit dedicated to providing support and helping men rebuild their lives, one step at a time, in their transition from prison and parole to a "normal life" back in the community. This grant helps with purchase of office equipment and office supplies for the expansion of their program.
|Women Healing for Change Manitoba Inc., Winnipeg|
WHCH is a cross cultural, diverse, volunteer-based circle of indigenous and Non-Indigenous Winnipeg women converging to create environments of learning and healing for women. This grant helps with the kitchen renovations for the "Little Stars Playhouse" on Selkirk Avenue.
|Siloam Mission ||$6,600|
|Union Gospel Mission||$6,600|
|Rhineland Empty Stocking Fund||$2,200|
|Morden Christmas Cheer Board||$2,200|
|Samaritan House Ministries Inc.||$7,800|
|Winkler & District Christmas Cheer Board||$2,200|
|Selkirk Food Bank||$4,400|
|Christmas Cheer Board of Winnipeg|
Annually, the Thomas Sill Foundation helps these agencies which are helping the needy at Christmas.
|Siloam Mission, Winnipeg|
SM is a Christian humanitarian agency that provides meals, shelter, clothing and support to individuals in need as well as referrals, life skills, education and employment training. This grant helps with the construction of their laundry room.
|Kiddies Northern Preschool, Thompson, |
KNP is a licensed day care in Thompson. They operate a preschool program as well as a before and after child care program. This grant helps with the installation of a permanent "StoryWalk" in four areas of Thompson. A StoryWalk is a book that has been laminated and presented page by page on a trail.
|Parkland Humane Society, Dauphin|
PHS resides in the City of Dauphin and serves the Parkland Region of Manitoba. Their mission is to encourage responsible pet ownership and the humane treatment of animals in the Parkland region. This grant helps with the expansion of their programs.
|Habitat for Humanity Killarney Chapter|
HFH, Killarney Chapter with the help of sponsors, supporters, and volunteers builds safe and affordable homes for purchase for low-income working families. Sweat equity is provided by both volunteers and the family who will eventually own the home. This grant helps with the construction of a new build in Killarney.
|Variety, the Children's Charity of Manitoba|
VCCM was founded in 1978 to assist children who are affected by physical or emotional disabilities, health challenges or socio-economic issues. this grant that will be payable over three years helps with the expansion of the special needs program.
|TC Energy Centre, Ile de Chenes|
TCEC is a community centre in Ile de Chenes. The hall is used for community events, weddings, socials, trade shows, fall supper, funerals, graduations, etc. The centre serves the population of Ritchot. This grant assists with construction of a canopy to be built over the main entrance
|Fort Whyte Alive, Winnipeg|
FWA was established in 1966. They provide programming, natural settings and facilities for environmental education, outdoor recreation and social enterprises. The Fort Whyte Farms was established in 2003 to work with under-served high needs youth using the practice of sustainable urban agriculture, food services and paid employment. This grant is payable over three years towards the purchase of a 15 passenger van and the wood working pilot project.
|Epiphany Lutheran Church Inc., Winnipeg|
ELCI is a church established in 1967 and is used by numerous community groups such as Family Dynamics Community Settlement Program. The Urban, MFL Occupational Health Centre etc. This grant helps with the purchase of plastic tables and chairs for their many outreach programs. These organizations help support vulnerable populations such as seniors, indigenous, students, immigrants, youth, LGBTQ etc.
|Balmoral Community Hall|
BCH was originally constructed in 1927 and incorporated as a separate entity in 1989. The target population is basically the community of Balmoral and the surrounding area. This grant helps with installing a new roof and three inwall heaters.
|Betel Heritage Foundation, Gimli|
BHF was established in 1993 and built the Waterfront Centre in Gimli that includes seniors housing, commercial/cultural office spaces, the New Iceland Heritage Museum and the Johnson Hall. This grant helps with installing a new air conditioning unit and upgrade to the electrical to accommodate the new a/c.
|Darlingford Memorial Park Inc.|
DMPI official opening was in July 3, 1921 and was created after WW1 by the community to honor those who fought and died in the war. This grant helps with repairs and repainting of their exterior woodwork in honor of their 100th anniversary.
|Sandy-Saulteaux Spiritual Centre, Beausejour|
SSSC is the national theological college of the United Church of Canada for training indigenous people for ministry. This centre offers cross cultural teachings and gatherings where indigenous and settlers can collabrorate. This grant helps with the replacement of their geothermal water furnace.
|Riverdale Place Workshops Inc., Arborg|
RPWI is a Day Service Program and activity centre for mentally challenged adults and people with disabilities. They provide an essential service that provides for picking up recycling. They have been in operation since 1975. This grant helps with the insulating and heating of their recycling baling area and warehouse.
|Splash Child Care Inc., and Splash Child Enrichment Centre. |
SCCI is a North End day care that was established in 1985. Virtually all of its patrons are indigenous, foster or immigrant children and almost all parents are fully subsidized. There are 2 existing locations with a third site in the Fort Rouge area. This grant helps with bathroom renovations in their new center in the historic Augustine Church.
|Marymound Inc., Winnipeg|
Marymound Inc was started by the Sisters of the Good Shepard in 1911 to rehabilitate girls and women. Throughout the years their mission widened to include offering an array of programs to both males and females in Winnipeg. Some of these programs include, Accommodation, Crisis Services etc. This grant helps with kitchen renovations, equipment & furnishings for their boys residences.
|Churchill Joint Group Committee,|
CJGC maintains buildings that were there when Churchill was thriving. One of the primary purposes when they started this committee was to provide healthy activities for local youth and families. CJGC secured the abandoned buildings to repurpose them. Camp Nanuq has 5 buildings that are used by various groups including families. This grant helps with the renovations at Camp Nanuq including repairing the outhouse & refinishing the log cabin siding.
|Rossbrook House, Winnipeg,|
RH was created in 1976 by Sister Geraldine MacNamara and a group of inner-city young people. This neighbourhood drop-in centre has become a safe place for children and youth to belong, play, and learn. Rossbrook House has three alternative school programs, an afterschool homework club, Indigenous cultural activities etc. This grant helps to renovate two older washrooms in their centre.
|Community Health & Housing Association Westman Region Inc., Brandon, |
CHHA Westman was incorporated in 1985. They provide health supports and low-income housing to people in need including the homeless, people with mental health issues and people who are recovering from their dependence on drugs or alcohol. CHHA Westman operates a variety of programs, includes residential, drug withdrawal support services, as well as related services (e.g. - isolation units during COVID period). This grant helps to renovate their Health and Fitness Centre with Sober Bar.
|Winnipeg Inner City Missions,|
WICM is a non-profit organization committed to providing a healthy community for children, youth and families. Their First Steps to Employment program has 19 transitional housing units to provide a safe and supportive environment for struggling adults. This includes access to an in-house social worker, meals when needed, additional assistance with upgrading education, references, resumes and access to computers. This agency focuses on the Centennial area of Winnipeg. This grant helps with renovating 6 suites in their transitional housing units.
|North Point Douglas Women's Centre, Winnipeg,|
NPDWC was founded in 2002 to create opportunities for the women and children of North Point Douglas to develop their potential and to engage fully as citizens in their neighbourhood. This location operates a drop-in centre with basic services such as a community telephone, photocopier, fax, a safe place for women and children, refreshments, community access computers, clothing donation and a laundry. This grant is a Covid-19 assistance grant towards emergency food hampers and for the purchase of personal care products for the centre.
|Le Musee' St. Joseph Museum Inc., |
LMSJMI was established to preserve the history and culture of the Red River Valley and the Rural Municipality of Montcalm. St. Joseph is a small francophone hamlet near Altona. This museum was incorporated in 1975. It is built on 19 acres and includes 24 buildings, including two century old houses and some historical reproductions. This grant helps to build a pavilion canopy to be used by community groups and as a gathering point.
|YMCA of Brandon, |
YMCA of Brandon has been serving Westman since 1886. It is dedicated to providing quality programs and services for all individuals in the development of spirit, mind and body. This grant helps towards an one time emergency covid-19 grant to sustain their operations.