Bruce Oake Memorial Foundation Inc. Winnipeg
BOMFI is a non-profit facility that is a place for Recovery, Healing and a Foundation for Life. They provide a unique and proven addition to the treatment options available to Manitobans. This grant will help to purchase furnishings for their new building.
U Turn Parkinson's, Winnipeg
UTP mission is "To help people living with Parkinson's live their best through the practice of wellness." They provide the exercise therapy and wellness resources needed for people living with Parkinson's Disease to experience better health outcomes. This grant helps with the purchase of a new instruments and materials for their "Speech Therapy Program".
Touchwood Park Association, Neepawa
TPA is a non-profit rural agency that provides Day Services, Residential and Supported Independent Living services to vulnerable adults living with intellectual disabilities within the Neepawa community and surrounding area. This grant helps with the purchase of equipment for their Day Service Grooming Room.
Open Access Resource Centre, Winnipeg
OARC is a provincial organization operating programs aimed at providing augmentation and adaptive communication equipment to persons with disabilities. This grant helps with the purchase of seven communication systems that will provide speech-generating devices to children.
Life's Journey Inc., Winnipeg
LJI provides support for adults and youth transitioning from Child & Family Services who are impacted by neuro-development disorders. This grant helps with the repair of the foundation at its Enfield Building.
Tetra Society of North America, Vancouver
TSNA recruits skilled volunteers to create customized assistive devices for seniors and any person with a disability. The focus of this society is to find solutions to overcome environmental barriers faced by any person with a disability and seniors. This grant helps with the purchase of custom-made, assistive devices (gizmos) for Tetra's clients in Manitoba.`
CNIB, Winnipeg
CNIB provides services and support to Canadians who are blind or partially blind so they can have the skills, confidence and opportunities to fully participate in life. This grant helps with the purchase and installation of a new front entrance door.