|Epic de St. Malo / Smile of St. Malo Inc.|
EPIC/SMILE of St. Malo Inc. is a non-profit entity. It is committed to advocate and promote inclusion in the community and surrounding areas for individuals with intellectual disabilities. It promotes support, opportunities and resources to develop independence so that clients may each live their unique lives as they so choose. This grant helps towards a new residential build in 2021 for their residents.
|Stigma Free Society, Vancouver, |
SFS is a registered charity based in British Columbia, now delivering programs across Canada. Their mission is to create awareness around mental illness and the various stigmas that exist in the world, develop an understanding of the challenges that numerous people face, and encourage all people to foster acceptance of themselves and others. This grant helps towards the Student Mental Health Toolkit & Virtual Stigma-Free Presentations program here in Manitoba.
|Innovative Life Options Winnipeg, |
ILO provides resources, guidance, and assistance to individuals with intellectual disabilities who are funded through the "In the Company of Friends" program. Innovative Life Options is an information and resource hub, acting as a resource hub for families and community, they assist people in navigating programs and services, etc. This grant helps towards their Digital Lending Library.
|Jocelyn House, Winnipeg,|
JH is a hospice located in St. Vital that provides a homelike setting on a river lot for people who have a terminal illness. It was founded in 1985. When it opened, Jocelyn House became the first, free-standing hospice in Western Canada. Here terminally ill people get care that focuses on comfort, pain control, maintenance of mental alertness and provision of emotional and spiritual support. This grant helps towards the repair of their structural issue in their basement.
|Continuity Care Inc. Winnipeg, |
CCI is a community based, not-for-profit organization that was formed in 1995 in Winnipeg by a group of dedicated parents, siblings and concerned citizens. Their mission statement is "supporting families in Manitoba to plan for an enriched quality of life for their family member with an intellectual disability." They help families achieve peace of mind by planning for the future and creating connections that will last a lifetime. This grant helps with the cost of a strategic plan.
|Southwest Community Options Inc., Ninette|
SCO Inc. provides meaningful supports for individuals with intellectual disabilities. They ensure quality of life for people living with disabilities by providing individualized care and support. This grant helps with the purchase of a Beka Averno Motion Tub for their clients.
|Children's Rehabilitation Foundation, Winnipeg,|
CRF provides specialized community based services for children and youth with disabilities and special needs to support them in reaching their full potential. Serving families in Manitoba, Nunavut, Northwest Ontario and parts of Saskatchewan. This grant was for a one time Covid-19 Emergency grant towards the purchase of equipment for their clients.
|DASCH Inc. Winnipeg, |
DASCH Inc. is a non-profit organization established in 1974 dedicated to exploring and meeting the residential, day program, respite and foster care needs of youth and adults. DASCH supports people living in over 50 homes throughout Winnipeg. People can participate in personalized social, educational, vocational and recreational services that provide learning opportunities and greater independence. This grant helps make the necessary renovations needed to help with the accessibility of the day program building to help expand the participant intake.
|CancerCare Manitoba Foundation Inc., Winnipeg|
CCMF's mission is to support CancerCare Manitoba's strategic priorities. They provide financial assistance for services and programs that are not eligible for government funding. The target population is all Manitobans facing a cancer diagnosis and their family and loved ones. This grant helps fund a new program "Dignity Therapy Psychosocial Clinical Care".
|Peer Connections Manitoba, Winnipeg|
PCM provides quality mental health education and value-based Peer Support for Manitobans and their families dealing with mental health challenges. Formerly known as the Manitoba Schizophrenia Society, their organization is 100 % peer-led, and provides services that adapt to everyone's needs rather than focusing on diagnosis-specific therapies. This grant is towards enrolling six of their community peer support workers to be certified by Peer Support Canada.
|Health Sciences Centre Foundation Inc., Winnipeg|
HSCF raises funds to support all aspects of care for patients and improve capital facilities of the Health Services Complex. This grant helps towards the purchase of Libre software and the Greenspace software licensing for their Mindfulness-based cognitive behavior therapy (CBTm) program at Health Science Centre
|The Robb Nash Project Inc.|
TRNPI was established as a registered charity in 2012. They are a national organization continually striving to reach students 12-19 in every Canadian province and territory. TRNPI works with key partners such as the CMHA and Kids Help Phone. Their team of curriculum writers and mental health advisory board staff and volunteers, came together to build a program that meets youth where they are and leads them to hope and help. This grant helps towards the delivery of "A Living Curriculum" Stories of Life Through Darkness" for three Northern schools in Manitoba.
|St. Boniface Hospital Foundation, Winnipeg,|
SBHF was founded in 1971, St. Boniface Hospital Foundation is the primary fundraising organization for St. Boniface Hospital and St. Boniface Hospital Research. This grant supports the St. Boniface Emergency Department Redevelopment and Expansion project. This grant will be payable over 5 years.
|*Inspire Community Outreach Inc. Winnipeg,|
ICOI is a social services agency that provides evidence-based, culturally informed, and family centered programs and services designed to meet the needs of those living with mental health concerns and neurological differences. Their vision is for all families to have access to responsive support that empowers them to thrive. This grant helps towards providing their clients with professional clinical services on a sliding scale, depending on the client's ability to pay.
|*Behavioral Health Foundation, Winnipeg|
BHF was established in July 1971. They provide long term in residence treatment for adults and families affected by addiction and co-occurring mental health issues. Programming includes group work, peer mentoring and individual counselling, therapy, attention to physical and mental health, positive recreation. This grant helps towards a new roof for one of their buildings.
IS supports individuals with intellectual disabilities and their families on their life's journey. Their values are Inclusion, Respect, Trust, Commitment and Living their best life. They help build an inclusive community so that people with intellectual disabilities can live full productive lives, This grant helps towards the construction of a new building.