|Development Assistance International Inc., Winnipeg|
DAI was established by an immigrant and refugee parent for immigrants in Manitoba. It works in the social, humanitarian and development fields in both Canada and Central Africa. They work to improve immigrant children and youth's educational performance and their social skills. This grant helps towards purchasing equipment and school supplies for the DAI program in Manitoba.
Boys Girls Club of Winnipeg operates 11 community-based Clubs throughout the city and numerous youth development programs, offering a safe alternative to the streets during the evening and afterschool hours. All activities are free of charge and are guided by professional staff and dedicated volunteers who serve children and youth ages 6-18. This grant helps towards the CSI program, which is an academic enrichment program designed to combat learning loss over the summer. This grant is payable over 3 years.
|Children of the Earth High School., Winnipeg|
CEHS believes that the purpose of education is to provide a pathway through which everyone may realize self-respect, self-fulfillment, and his/her relevance in the dynamic society. Programs focus on quality academics, language, and culture. This grant helps with the purchase of new kitchen equipment for their school.
|Ralph Brown School., Winnipeg|
RBS is in the North End of Winnipeg and offers an English program for Nursery to Grade 6 and an English-Ukrainian program for kindergarten to Grade 8. This grant helps towards the STEAM program and learning lab for the purchase of furniture, equipment, and supplies.
FC is a national literacy charity with a regional head office in Winnipeg. They operate diverse programs in Manitoba to provide children, youth and adults with impactful literacy and numeracy programming. Outside of Winnipeg, they partner with several First Nations across the province to deliver Summer Literacy Camps. This grant helps towards the 2022 Summer Literacy Camps in partnership with Red Sucker Lake First Nation and St. Theresa Point First Nation.
|*Teen Stop Jeunesse Inc., Winnipeg|
TSJ operates a drop-in center for mostly teenagers however serve people of all ages with a wide variety of programming. They were established in 1980 and advise that 55% of youth accessing drop-in services are of indigenous decent and 22% are new immigrants. This grant helps towards the purchase of new LED lighting for the center.
|*Neighbours Mission for Kids/Youth Enrichment Program Inc., Winnipeg|
NMFKYEPI provides programs to at-risk youth after-school and during the summer. They provide meals, snacks, activities, and programs. Their programming includes skills for academic, language and arts. This grant helps with the after-school program.
|*Start2Finish, Mississauga, |
S2F is a national children's charity focused on providing measurable education-based supports to help children graduate and achieve their full potential. Their mission is to level the playing field by providing ongoing educational support to Canada's at-risk children throughout their school years, nurturing mind, body and social health so they are empowered to succeed and become role models for change. This grant helped with "The LIT Project" in collaboration with 5 indigenous/equity-seeking schools, Boys and Girls club, as well as several indigenous friendship centers.