GRANTS UPDATE

These pages reflect the grants awarded subsequent to our last year end and since August 1, 2021. At our coming year end, July 31, 2022,
 these grants will form the core of our next annual report. These pages are updated regularly. Those grants marked with an asterisk ( * ) are new awards.

Family & Community Services

*Dauphin Recreation Committee
DRC is a subcommittee of Dauphin Recreational Services (DRS). The committee's mission is to create a 4 season innovative and unique recreational space for local and surrounding citizens. They want to provide affordable, recreation opportunities that aim to maximize participation and contribute to a healthier community. This grant helps with Phase 2 of their plans to develop the recreation space and park.
$20,000
*Jubilee Fund, Winnipeg
The JF began in 2000. This fund is a non-profit, community-based loan fund that addresses poverty by supporting local projects, low-income housing and small business development. This grant which is payable over 2 years helps with the new rent guarantee program for at-risk women in Manitoba.
$30,000
*Smile of St. Malo Inc. / Epic de 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.
$15,000
*The Flin Flon Public Library
The FFPL is a Northern Manitoba library. Its main purpose is to foster literacy and build community relations. They provide members a balanced collection of reading materials to discover the joy of reading and the value of libraries. This grant helps towards installing a powered rescue / evacuation chair near the emergency exit, installing a concrete step at the emergency exit side and any other renovations that would make the building accessible and meet the current building code.
$10,000

Children & Youth

*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.
$15,000

Arts & Culture

*Manitoba Chamber Orchestra, Winnipeg
The MCO presents an annual 9-concert season in Winnipeg, reaching approximately 7,000 audience members. They are committed to education and community outreach. Their mission is to create and perform a diverse chamber orchestra repertoire at the highest artistic level to enrich and inspire all Manitobans, Canadians and international audiences. This grant helps towards a tour to Carmen, Pinawa, FlinFlon and Thompson in April 2022.
$10,000

Reconciliation

*Winnipeg Quakers Meeting
*WQM is the financial administrator of the We Are All Treaty People Celebration. The WAATP project is a direct response to the Calls to Action of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Their vision is to provide an opportunity for Settlers and Newcomers to join together with indigenous people in celebrating the kinship relationship created by the signing of Treaty One and other numbered treaties. This grant helps to cover additional expenditures related to this celebration that is being held in St. John's Park on September 19th, 2021.
$3,100