GRANTS UPDATE

These pages reflect the grants awarded subsequent to our last year end and since August 1, 2020. At our coming year end, July 31, 2021,
 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

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.
$10,000
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.
$6,000
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.
$10,000
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.
$7,500
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.
$15,000

Health

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.
$40,000

Education

No Time for that Anti-Bullying
NTAB, is a registered charity that works with performers and motivational speakers to advance education and develop and deliver presentations mainly to school-age children and youth about bullying prevention, mental health, awareness, and youth empowerment. This grant helps with their virtual presentation platform for this fall.
$5,000
*Community Economic Development Association, Winnipeg
CEDA is a community development organization serving the inner city and North End. Their programs include CEDA Pathways after school tutoring and mentoring program for 300 grade 8 to 12 students in the North End, food security programs for immigrants and refugees including the rainbow garden which supports 250 newcomer families. This grant helps with the renovation costs for a warehouse on Selkirk Avenue to administer their programs.
$25,000

Heritage

Royal Aviation Museum of Western Canada Inc., Winnipeg
RAMWC has grown to be one of the country's largest aviation museums. This museum is home to an extensive collection of aircraft ranging from transport to military, private and commercial, as well as thousands of aviation artifacts. This grant is to help with the construction of their new Museum.
$50,000
*Manitoba Museum, Winnipeg
MM opened in 1970, this museum is an independent, non-profit organization, and the province's premiere centre for heritage and science learning. Their mission is to acquire, preserve and share Manitoba's history, culture and natural world, and to inspire discovery and understanding of Manitoba, the world, and our universe. This grant helps to provide new curriculum-based virtual field trips to rural schools and home-schooling families.
$15,000

Arts & Culture

Prairie Voices Inc., Winnipeg
PVI founded in 2000 is an award-winning choir of 18-25 year old singers. While placing an emphasis on performing the music of Canadian and Manitoban composers, Prairie Voices loves to perform innovative contemporary choral music from all over the world. This grant was an emergency COVID-19 grant that will help with the purchase of sanitizer, masks, 1-3 portable air purifiers, and a carbon dioxide detector.
$1,000

Environment

Safe Drinking Water Foundation
SDWF, was established in 1997. Their mission is to educate the leaders of today and tomorrow about drinking water quality issues to realize the goal of safe drinking water being available to every Canadian. This grant helps with sending Operation Water Drop kits, Operation Water Pollution kits and Operation Water Biology kits to rural and First Nation high schools in Manitoba.
$10,000

Services for Seniors

Pat Porter Active Living Centre, Steinbach
SSI, mission is to provide a community focal point for seniors by providing services, programs and activities to encompass their physical, social, intellectual and emotional wellbeing with equal focus for all. This grant helps with replacing the countertops in their commercial kitchen.
$6,500