Photo of 100 Women Who Care Winnipeg 100 Women Who Care Winnipeg

100 Women Who Care Winnipeg is designed to make an immediate, direct, and positive effect on the lives of our neighbours by bringing together 100 women in Winnipeg who care about local community causes and who are committed to community service.

  • 100 women
  • 1 hour
  • $100 x 100 = $10,000

The group meets for one hour and jointly selects a local charity.…

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1JustCity actively loves the under-loved. 

We are where people come, to belong, to be accepted, to get a hug and experience love and to gain the means to build a better life. Because of donors just like you people are supported to build up themselves so they can in turn build up their communities. 

Photo of 25not21 25not21

25not21 has 4 policy recommendations:
-Amending the Child and Family Services Act (CFSA) to allow Support Beyond Termination of Guardianship to not only permanent wards, but those under the guardianship of CFS until age 18.

-Amending the CFSA to enable Support Beyond Termination of Guardianship to extend to age 25.…

Photo of Abilities Manitoba Abilities Manitoba

Abilities Manitoba, a network of agencies, that exists to foster excellence in services for people with intellectual disabilities.

Vision Statement: Together we can create a province where all Manitobans value the quality of life of people with intellectual disabilities, and the partnership between communities, governments, families, and agencies that support them.

Photo of Aboriginal Circle of Educators Aboriginal Circle of Educators

A.C.E. will keep you abreast of the activities and events of interested to those interested in Aboriginal perspectives in education.

Photo of Aboriginal Vision for the North End Aboriginal Vision for the North End

Our objective is to provide a safe place for Aboriginal residents to connect with leadership development opportunities and strengthen the Aboriginal voice within the community, based on renewal efforts in the North End.

Photo of Aboriginal Youth Opportunities Aboriginal Youth Opportunities

AYO! (Aboriginal Youth Opportunities) is a youth movement from Winnipeg’s North End. We use relationships with organizations, media partners and businesses in order to empower each other. This group is simply young people volunteering and sharing their gifts with others, no paid staff, no building, no board of directors. We listen to the ideas of young people, plan them, and love them until they become reality.…

Photo of Active Living Coalition for Older Adults in Manitoba (ALCOA-MB) Active Living Coalition for Older Adults in Manitoba (ALCOA-MB)

The Active Living Coalition of Older Adults – Manitoba is a partnership of 40 partner organizations and 13 supporting partners that are committed to encouraging and promoting active aging in Manitoba.

Why are we concerned?
-60% of older adults are inactive.
-Sitting or lying for long periods is a serious health risk (World Health Organization).…

Photo of Agape Table Agape Table
(204) 783-6369

Founded in 1980 by a volunteer Board of Directors, Agape Table was established to serve free hot meals to people in the inner city. 30 years later, Agape Table still serves a hot meal at the breakfast hour without qualification or judgement.

Agape Table is a Community Nutrition Centre.

Today, Agape Table offers so much more than emergency food.…

Photo of Aki Energy Aki Energy

Aki Energy works with First Nations to start green businesses in their communities, creating local jobs and growing strong local economies.

Aki Energy is a non-profit Aboriginal social enterprise.

Photo of All Good In The Hood All Good In The Hood

All Good in the Hood Winnipeg (AGHW) is a round dance initiative with a focus on stopping the many forms of violence in the city of Winnipeg by bringing culture into the ‘hood’. We invite singers, song makers, youth, children, and the people to come together, share culture and share the STOP THE VIOLENCE example at weekly events in Winnipeg.…

Photo of Alliance of Direct Support Professionals of Manitoba Alliance of Direct Support Professionals of Manitoba

The Alliance of Direct Support Professionals of Manitoba would like to unite the voices of all Direct Support Professionals in the province, in hopes of raising awareness and the professional standing of all the people who provide quality supports and services to people with disabilities.

Photo of Alpha House Alpha House

Alpha House provides protective, affordable, longer term housing for women and children leaving abusive relationships. Our mandate is to not only provide a place for families to live while transitioning away from violence, but to work closely with the women to build back their self-confidence and self-reliance so that they can live independently and flourish as examples to themselves, their children and other women.…

Photo of ALS Society of Manitoba ALS Society of Manitoba

ALS Society of Manitoba was founded in 1980 for persons with ALS/MND, their families, friends and other interested parties. Over the years, the Society has helped clients and their families, by providing information and support. As our organization continues to grow, we are able to offer a more client-service based program which helps those living with ALS/MND maintain independence and make informed decisions about their care.…

Photo of Amnesty International Chapter 19 (Winnipeg) Amnesty International Chapter 19 (Winnipeg)
(204) 786-2480

Amnesty International Winnipeg (Group 19) is dedicated to raising awareness of human rights issues and providing advocacy tools locally as well as supporting Amnesty International Canada.

Photo of Andrews Street Family Centre Andrews Street Family Centre
(204) 589-1721

Andrews Street Family Centre is a family resource centre. We build on our community’s strengths. We encourage our community’s individuals, children, elders, families, and youth to do their best. We do this through support, friendship, and positive experiences.

Photo of Arcane Horizon Inc. (AHI) Arcane Horizon Inc. (AHI)

Arcane Horizon Inc. (AHI) is a Winnipeg based not for profit organization supporting adults living with a developmental disability to live in their own homes within the community. Family members, other community agencies and Family Services went to work creating this agency.

Photo of Art City Inc. Art City Inc.

Art City is a not-for-profit community art studio dedicated to providing people of all ages with innovative and professional art programming, free of charge. Art City’s primary goal is to provide space and tools for anyone who wishes to express themselves creatively. Our mission is to create a positive and expanding cultural impact on the unique needs of the community by:
-Fostering self-expression in participants, encouraging a sense of ownership, self-respect, and pride in their work and community.…

Photo of Artbeat Studio Artbeat Studio

Vision: To enable consumers of mental health services to engage in artistic expression that promotes recovery, empowerment and community.

Mission: To provide studio space, community and opportunity for creative initiative to facilitate mental, spiritual and economic health.

Photo of Arthritis Society, Prairie Division- Manitoba/Nunavut Arthritis Society, Prairie Division- Manitoba/Nunavut

The Arthritis Society has been setting lives in motion for over 65 years. Dedicated to a vision of living well while creating a future without arthritis, The Society is Canada’s principal health charity providing education, programs and support to the over 4.6 million Canadians living with arthritis. Since its founding in 1948, The Society has been the largest non-government funder of arthritis research in Canada, investing nearly $190 million in projects that have led to breakthroughs in the diagnosis, treatment and care of people with arthritis.

Photo of Arthur V. Mauro Centre for Peace & Justice Arthur V. Mauro Centre for Peace & Justice

The Arthur V. Mauro Centre for Peace and Justice at St. Paul’s College, University of Manitoba, is dedicated to the advancement of human rights, conflict resolution, global citizenship, peace, and social justice through research, education, and outreach.

Major outreach initiatives include: the annual Sol Kanee Lecture on Peace and Justice (Sept/Oct); the annual St.…

Photo of Asian Heritage Society of Manitoba Asian Heritage Society of Manitoba

Our Goals

To bring together members of the Asian Canadian communities in Manitoba to participate in projects to celebrate Asian Heritage Month.

To acknowledge the contributions of Asian Canadians to Canadian society through the arts, culture and heritage.

To share the Asian Canadian arts, culture, cuisine, faiths and traditions with Manitobans.…

Photo of Asian Women of Winnipeg Asian Women of Winnipeg

Asian Women of Winnipeg is a not for profit organization to promote, educate, and empower women living in Manitoba.

To provide leadership and support to gain respect, equality, and education for all women.

Goals and objectives:

-To provide community leadership

-To foster intergenerational and intercultural communication

-To engage families to better understand gender equality and diversity

-To promote bicultural heritage

Photo of Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs

The Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs (AMC) was formed in 1988 to act as an advocate on issues that commonly affected all of the First Nations of Manitoba.  At the time when AMC began, there were 61 recognized Manitoba First Nations consisting of 64, 315 First Nation citizens.

Today, there are 64 First Nations, with a total of 136,616 (May 2011) First Nation citizens making up 11% of the provincial population.  …

Photo of Association for Developmental Autism Programs and Therapies in Manitoba Association for Developmental Autism Programs and Therapies in Manitoba

ADAPT Manitoba (Association for Developmental Autism Programs and Therapies) is a group of parents and professionals who support developmental therapies for children diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder.  No two children or families have the same needs, and we think that there should be a range of options for therapy support for all children with autism.  …

Photo of Association of United Ukrainian Canadians Association of United Ukrainian Canadians

AUUC Winnipeg Branch consists of the Winnipeg Mandolin Orchestra, the Winnipeg Mandolin Quintet, The Cheremosh Trio, Lesya Ukrainka Choir, and School of Folk Dance.

Almost five years have passed since the last national festival. Many of us have warm memories of that event. We recall the many rehearsals, the pleasure of meeting old and new friends, and the excitement when the curtain went up.…

Photo of Autistics United Canada- Manitoba Chapter Autistics United Canada- Manitoba Chapter

Mission Statement

Autistics United Canada is a grassroots, Autistic-led organization dedicated to improving the lives of Autistic Canadians through self-advocacy. We are committed to:

-Self-advocacy and autonomy: Ensuring that autistic voices across Canada are heard in cultural and political conversations about autism, so that policies include and value all autistic people.…

Photo of Bar None Winnipeg Bar None Winnipeg

Bar None is an abolitionist prisoner solidarity group based out of Treaty 1 territory in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The Prison Rideshare is an ongoing project of Bar None to connect people with rides to visit their friends and loved ones who are in prison.

Photo of Barrier-Free Manitoba Barrier-Free Manitoba

Barrier-Free Manitoba is a non-partisan, non-profit, cross-disability initiative that was formed in 2008. We believed that the time had come for the Province of Manitoba to enact strong and effective legislation that requires the removal of existing barriers and prevents the creation of new ones.

  • We believed that enacting such legislation is a basic matter of human rights.
Photo of Basic Income Manitoba Basic Income Manitoba

Basic Income Manitoba:

  • Educates Manitobans about basic income, its benefits and effects
  • Promotes and develops public support for basic income in Manitoba and across Canada
  • Seeks to influence public policy with regard to basic income
  • Encourages and shares research on basic income

Basic Income Manitoba could not carry out its work without the generous in-kind support of various organizations in the community including Winnipeg Harvest and the University of Manitoba.

Photo of Bear Clan Patrol Inc Bear Clan Patrol Inc

Today’s resurgence of the Bear Clan Patrol is in response to our communities need to protect its young women and children.

Photo of Behavioural Health Foundation Behavioural Health Foundation

The Behavioural Health Foundation provides long term residential addictions treatment programming for men, women, teens and family units experiencing a variety of addiction problems and co-occurring mental health concerns.

Addictions treatment programs are designed to offer graduated opportunities for equipping a person with the vocational, intellectual and communicative skills necessary for successful reintegration into society.…

Photo of Beyond Borders ECPAT Canada Beyond Borders ECPAT Canada

Beyond Borders ECPAT Canada is a national, bilingual advocacy organization advancing the rights of children everywhere to be free from sexual abuse and exploitation. We are a registered charity without political or religious affiliation.
Beyond Borders is the Canadian representative of ECPAT International, a global network of more than 90 organizations in 84 countries.…

Photo of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Winnipeg Big Brothers Big Sisters of Winnipeg
(204) 988-9200

As Canada’s leading child and youth mentoring charity, Big Brothers Big Sisters facilitates life-changing relationships that inspire and empower children and youth to reach their potential, both as individuals and citizens.

In September 1997 the Big Sister Association of Winnipeg and Big Brothers Association of Winnipeg, originally incorporated in 1970 and 1969 respectively, decided to amalgamate to form the Big Sisters and Big Brothers Association of Winnipeg.…

Photo of Black Space Black Space

Advocating for Winnipeg’s Black-Community. Political | Cultural | Multi-Media. Pro-Black & Afrocentric. Exploring our authentic narratives.

Photo of Bookmates Bookmates

Bookmates is a Manitoba based not-for-profit organization, established in 1984.

We develop, deliver and offer training in a variety of inter-generational early literacy programs to enhance the learning of both children and adults. We support parents and caregivers in their roles as children’s first teachers, and help to prepare children for success as they enter the school years.…

Photo of Boys and Girls Club of Winnipeg Boys and Girls Club of Winnipeg
(204) 982-4940

Boys and Girls Clubs of Winnipeg has grown to become one of the city’s leading youth-serving agencies, operating in areas across the city that need our services the most for over 35 years. We operate 11 community-based Clubs and numerous youth development programs to our members, offering a safe alternative to the streets during the evening and after-school hours.…

Photo of Bravestone Centre Inc Bravestone Centre Inc

Guided by our mission, Bravestone Centre is a non-profit charitable organization that provides women and their children affected by domestic violence with secure and safe on-site housing, individual and group therapeutic counselling, support programs, advocacy, and connection with community resources. Our mandate is to address the needs of women who have already taken steps toward resolving the initial crisis involved in their decision to separate from their abusive partner.…

Photo of Bridging Villages Bridging Villages

Our organization was founded for the sole purpose of uniting communities (“villages”) around the world in an effort to meet the basic human needs of people within Uganda.  We believe that all children have the right to protection, clean water, education, nutritious food and medical care, regardless of economic status.  We also believe that providing vocational training for women, allows for economic stability within households and ensures that children are no longer required to leave home to find work to care for the family. …

Photo of Broadway Neighbourhood Centre Broadway Neighbourhood Centre
(204) 772-9253

Committed to providing the highest quality recreational, social, health, educational, and employment training program and services to all ages.

The Broadway Neighbourhood Centre (BNC), Inc. is a nonprofit organization committed to providing the highest quality recreational, social, health, educational, and employment training programs and services. The primary focus of the Centre is the local neighbourhood and the Centre responds to the issues, needs and strengths of the neighbourhood through specialized, flexible and innovative solutions.…

Photo of Bruce Oake Foundation Bruce Oake Foundation

The Bruce Oake Recovery Centre is dedicated to the memory of Bruce Oake. We are determined to have his life and death return something positive to this world. As such we have set forth on the path of building a long term treatment facility in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

In Manitoba, no treatment program like this exists, and the waiting lists for other treatment programs are long.…

Photo of Canadian CED Network Canadian CED Network
(204) 943-0547

The Canadian Community Economic Development Network (CCEDNet) is a national member-led organization committed to strengthening Canadian communities by creating economic opportunities that enhance social and environmental conditions.

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(204) 927-3200

There is an ALTERNATIVE. The CCPA Manitoba publishes progressive social and economic research, while providing thoughtful analysis and viable alternatives to governmental policy.

The CCPA Manitoba was formed in 1997 to challenge the onslaught of neo-liberal policies in our province. We made a strong entrance with two publications on the provincial Conservative government’s attempt to privatize a portion of Winnipeg’s home care system.…

Photo of Canadian Federation of Students – Manitoba Canadian Federation of Students – Manitoba

The Canadian Federation of Students was formed in 1981 to provide students with an effective and united voice, provincially and nationally. At the time, it was recognized that for students to be truly effective in representing their collective interests to the government, it was vital to unite under one banner.

Now with over 600,000 members, represented by more than 80 students’ unions, the Canadian Federation of Students is the voice of post-secondary students in Canada.…

Photo of Canadian Foodgrains Bank Canadian Foodgrains Bank

Our goal is a world without hunger.

We work toward this goal by: providing food in times of crisis for hungry people in the developing world; helping people grow more food to better feed themselves and their families; and providing nutritional support to malnourished people with a focus on pregnant and breastfeeding mothers and young children.…

Photo of Canadian International Council – Winnipeg Branch Canadian International Council – Winnipeg Branch

The Canadian International Council (CIC) is Canada’s foreign relations council. It is an independent, member-based council established to strengthen Canada’s role in global affairs. Our corporate sponsors recognize that the CIC’s mission to advance Canadian global engagement and to generate innovative policy ideas aligns with their agendas for strategic and sustainable growth.

The Winnipeg Branch was originally formed as a Branch of the Canadian Institute of International Affairs (CIIA) from three local groups known as the Canadian League.…

Photo of Canadian Lutheran World Relief Canadian Lutheran World Relief

Canadian Lutheran World Relief (CLWR) is one of Canada’s most experienced relief and development agencies.

Formed in 1946 as a response to the humanitarian crisis in post-war Europe, CLWR has grown to serve the world’s poor and disenfranchised through community development, refugee resettlement in Canada, emergency relief, and humanitarian aid shipments (We Care program).…

Photo of Canadian Mental Health Association, Manitoba and Winnipeg Canadian Mental Health Association, Manitoba and Winnipeg

The Canadian Mental Health Association, Manitoba and Winnipeg is part of a nation-wide, charitable organization that promotes the mental health of all and supports the resilience and recovery of people experiencing mental illness.

Photo of Canadian Multicultural Disability Centre Inc Canadian Multicultural Disability Centre Inc

The Canadian Multicultural Disability Centre (Inc) formerly known as The African Canadian Disability Community Association (Inc) is a national community based organization founded in 1996. It was first incorporated in Ontario in 1996 and later incorporated in Manitoba in 2002 where it is headquartered.

As it relates to services, The Canadian Multicultural Disability Centre (Inc) is a community based organization whose purpose is:
(1) To identify solutions and opportunities that enable persons with disabilities to participate fully in Canadian life;

(2) To provide education on the role of cultural diversity in developing opportunities for persons with disabilities, particularly persons with disabilities from ethno-racial backgrounds; and

(3) To enhance the skills of persons with disabilities through training programs such as health education, computer literacy and job networking.

Photo of Canadian Muslim Leadership Institute Canadian Muslim Leadership Institute

The Canadian Muslim Leadership Institute (CMLI) is an organization committed to nurturing future leaders within Muslim communities. CMLI consists of a 6 month “Core” program comprised of 3 weekend retreats and 3 evening roundtables. Through these forums, CMLI participants will have the chance to connect and learn from activists, academics, leadership specialists and facilitators focusing on critical thinking, self discovery and building cross cultural connections.

Photo of Canadian Muslim Women’s Institute Canadian Muslim Women’s Institute

The Canadian Muslim Women’s Institute Inc. (CMWI) is a non-profit organization that was founded in 2006.  CMWI is the first organization of its kind in Manitoba where Muslim women are both the leaders and participants of their own organization. The goal of the Institute is to promote and empower refugee and newcomer women and their families socially, economically and spiritually.…

Photo of Canadian Red Cross Society – Manitoba Canadian Red Cross Society – Manitoba

The Canadian Red Cross mission is to improve the lives of vulnerable people by mobilizing the power of humanity in Canada and around the world.

Photo of Canadian Women for Women in Afghanistan – Manitoba Canadian Women for Women in Afghanistan – Manitoba

The Manitoba Chapter was formed in 2005, and since then we have been proud to support education programs in Afghanistan.

We are a growing group of women from all walks of life in Winnipeg and the surrounding area We share a common passion to help improve the conditions for women and children in Afghanistan
We strongly condemn the ongoing human rights injustices faced by the Afghan people
We are taking a stand by mobilizing our community to fund projects that allow Afghan women to live with dignity, certainty and purpose.…

Photo of CancerCare Manitoba CancerCare Manitoba

CancerCare Manitoba Foundation is the only charitable organization exclusively fundraising for CancerCare Manitoba. CancerCare Manitoba’s main aim is to eradicate a disease consisting of more than 150 types and stages. A cancer diagnosis can be overwhelming. Up-to-date information regarding treatment options, resources and services are vital as patients and families make their way through the cancer journey, from diagnosis to treatment.…

Photo of Central Neighbourhoods Central Neighbourhoods

Central Neighbourhoods is leading the coordination of neighbourhood revitalization activities in Central [Central Park, Centennial and West Alexander]. Community engagement and events are taking place, in partnership with other agencies and groups in the area. Stay connected, and contribute to the next 5 years of community development in Central!

Photo of Centre for Human Rights Research Centre for Human Rights Research

The Centre for Human Rights Research (CHRR) was established in 2012 to bring together people and organizations – both within and outside the University of Manitoba – to enhance interdisciplinary and collaborative research capacity, create richer training opportunities for students, and facilitate the fusion of research-driven knowledge, public policy and intellectual debate on issues related to human rights and social justice.…

Photo of Chalmers Neighbourhood Renewal Corporation Chalmers Neighbourhood Renewal Corporation

Chalmers Neighbourhood Renewal Corporation is a new organization within the Chalmers Neighbourhood located in the Winnipeg community of Elmwood. We work with current and former residents, businesses, service providers and supporters to plan and work on initiatives that benefit our Chalmers Neighbourhood and the broader community of Elmwood.

Photo of Chase the Chill in Winnipeg Chase the Chill in Winnipeg

A loose coalition of stitchers and groups who independently make scarves and then come together to paint the town with yarn.

Winnipeg’s first graffiti/yarn bombing event that distributes scarves in public places so that those in need—regardless of income and without any qualifiers—can help themselves.

There are few rules: Anyone can participate in any part of the process.…

Photo of Childhaven International -Winnipeg Childhaven International -Winnipeg

Inspired by the ideals and philosophy of Mahatma Gandhi, Child Haven International is a registered not for profit charity founded in 1985. We assist children and women in developing countries, who are in need of food, education, health care, shelter and clothing, emotional and moral support.

Photo of Children’s Rehabilitation Foundation Children’s Rehabilitation Foundation

Our Mission

The Children’s Rehabilitation Foundation raises funds to improve the lives of children who access services provided by the Rehabilitation Centre for Children.


For all children to have the support required to realize their abilities.

The Children’s Rehabilitation Foundation is a Manitoba charity dedicated to helping children and youth with disabilities live as independently as possible.…

Photo of Children’s Hospital Foundation of Manitoba Children’s Hospital Foundation of Manitoba

The Children’s Hospital Foundation of Manitoba is dedicated to ensuring that every child treated at the Children’s Hospital – HSC Winnipeg receives the best medical care possible.

Whether you have children or not, chances are you have been touched by the joy that a child can bring. As a supporter of the Children’s Hospital Foundation of Manitoba, you are making an investment in the future of over 120,000 children that are treated here each year.…

Photo of Christmas Cheer Board Christmas Cheer Board

The Cheer Board was started in 1919 by a number of Winnipeg churches. The original intent was to provide Christmas Hampers and toys for the widows and orphans of the soldiers lost during World War One.

The churches operated as a loose group for many years and realized very quickly that there were many other families in the community that also needed help at Christmas.…

Photo of Circles for Reconciliation Circles for Reconciliation

The aim of Circles For Reconciliation is to establish trusting, meaningful relationships between Indigenous and Non-Indigenous peoples as part of the 94 Calls to Action from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.

Photo of Council of Canadians – Winnipeg Chapter Council of Canadians – Winnipeg Chapter

The Council of Canadians brings Canadians together to act for social, economic and environmental justice here in Canada and around the world. Our work is built on a strong foundation of timely and strategic campaigns to fight for the values, social programs and progressive policies that Canadians believe in. We aim to counter the unjust influence that corporate interests have over our government with the voice of the people.

Photo of Council of Women of Winnipeg Council of Women of Winnipeg

The Council is a nonpartisan, non-sectarian network of organizations and individuals of diverse interests networking to pursue work of common interest where the stability of the family and the welfare of the community are concerned.

Photo of Courage Coalition -Winnipeg Chapter Courage Coalition -Winnipeg Chapter

Courage is a democratic space for education, organizing and collective action.

Photo of CPAWS (Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society) CPAWS (Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society)

The Manitoba Chapter of the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS Manitoba) has been a champion of wilderness and parks in the province since 1991. CPAWS Manitoba ensures that the voice of conservation is heard on issues affecting our parks and wilderness areas.

Photo of Crystal Meth Anonymous Manitoba Crystal Meth Anonymous Manitoba

Crystal Meth Anonymous in a Twelve Step fellowship. We are a group of addicts in recovery from addiction, specifically to crystal meth. Those with a desire to stop using meth are welcome to join as we create this fellowship together here in Manitoba, connected to the Crystal Meth Anonymous World Service

Photo of Cupe 2348 Cupe 2348

The Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) is Canada’s largest union.

With around 618,000 members across Canada, and over 25,000 members in Manitoba, CUPE represents workers in health care, education, municipalities, libraries, universities, social services, public utilities, transportation, emergency services and airlines.

Our Local is quite diverse with over 27 units and over 700 members to represent, and we represent a solid voice for workers in the Social Services  Sector in Manitoba.

Photo of CUPE Manitoba Global Justice Committee CUPE Manitoba Global Justice Committee

A strong and democratic union, CUPE is committed to improving the quality of life for workers in Canada. Women and men working together to form local unions built CUPE. They did so to have a stronger voice – a collective voice – in their workplace and in society as a whole.

Together they have won the right to negotiate their wages and working conditions; to stop arbitrary action by employers; and to speak out without fear of reprisal.…

Photo of DASCH Foundation DASCH Foundation

DASCH 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.…

Photo of Deaf Centre Manitoba Inc Deaf Centre Manitoba Inc

Deaf Centre Manitoba Inc. (DCM) is a non-profit Charitable organization which recognizes the value of Deaf Culture and American Sign Language.

Photo of Development and Peace Development and Peace

Development and Peace (The Canadian Catholic Organization for Development and Peace) is the official international development organization of the Catholic Church in Canada and the Canadian member of Caritas Internationalis. Development and Peace is a membership led organization supported by parish collections, individual donations and government grants, principally from the Canadian International Development Agency.…

Photo of Diabetes Canada – Manitoba Diabetes Canada – Manitoba

The Canadian Diabetes Association became Diabetes Canada on February 13, 2017 to shed the light on the diabetes epidemic Canada is facing. It’s taking a monumental toll on our health.

It’s time to do more —much more.

Diabetes Canada will be the driving force to build awareness of the disease and its implications, which are often misunderstood.…

Photo of Divest Manitoba Divest Manitoba

Divest Manitoba is a student group led campaign responsible for advocating on behalf of its members to promote environmental sustainability, and lobby the administration and on-campus unions to divest funds that are currently held in fossil fuels companies at the University of Manitoba.

Although divestment is a multi-faceted incentive, Divest Manitoba’s ultimate goal is to promote best environmental practices across the University.…

Photo of Divest UW Divest UW

Divestment is an international movement for institutions like universities, churches, and pension funds to withdraw their investments from fossil fuel companies. At the University of Winnipeg, your students’ association alongside a coalition of student groups and faculty are calling on our University to become the first institution in Manitoba to fully divest.

Photo of Downtown Winnipeg BIZ Downtown Winnipeg BIZ

Especially for people who are downtown, the Downtown Winnipeg BIZ is the friendly and hardworking host that improves the perception of downtown by providing a welcoming environment, keeping things clean and safe, and advocating for continuous and positive change.

Established in 1989 by the City of Winnipeg, the Downtown Winnipeg BIZ is the oldest of Winnipeg’s 16 business improvement zones.…

Photo of Drag the Red Drag the Red

~This group is for ALL Missing Men, Women, Two-Spirited People and Children. Does not matter colour or gender, we are all human and everyone deserves to be found and brought home to their loved ones!~

**This group was made after the finding of Tina Fontaine, who was just 15yrs old and was murdered and dumped into the Red River.…

Photo of Elizabeth Fry Society of Manitoba Elizabeth Fry Society of Manitoba

The Elizabeth Fry Society of Manitoba (EFSM) Inc. was established as an independent non-profit organization in 1983 to address the unique needs of women in the provincial and federal justice system. In 2006, EFSM became an Aboriginal organization who provides services to all women who are involved in the criminal justice system.

We provide advocacy, access to resources and support to women who are in conflict with the law.…

Photo of Elmwood Community Resource Centre Elmwood Community Resource Centre

Nestled along the bank of the Red River, Elmwood is home to some 17,000 people. Here you’ll find a rich cultural and social diversity, a thriving local economy, well-kept homes and streets, and beautiful parks and green spaces. Above all, you will find a caring community focused on the well-being and prosperity of its residents.…

Photo of Empowering Indigenous Youth in Governance and Leadership – EIYGL Empowering Indigenous Youth in Governance and Leadership – EIYGL

The Indigenous Leadership Development Institute Inc. is a non-profit organization established to build leadership capacity in Indigenous people.

Photo of Ending Violence Across Manitoba Ending Violence Across Manitoba

Ending Violence Across Manitoba Inc. (EVA Manitoba) is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to foster the coordination and collaboration of programs, organizations and government that work together to end domestic and sexual violence in our province.

The purpose of EVA Manitoba is:

1) To provide resources and support for programs working with victims and survivors of domestic violence and sexual violence.…

Photo of Epic Opportunities Epic Opportunities

Epic Opportunities exists to provide holistic, person centred supports to people with intellectual disabilities and to promote inclusive communities.

Photo of Equal Voice Manitoba Equal Voice Manitoba

The Manitoba Chapter of #EqualVoice is a multi-partisan organization focused on training and Electing Manitoban Women.

Photo of Eyaa-Keen Healing Centre Inc. Eyaa-Keen Healing Centre Inc.

Eyaa-Keen is an Ojibway term which means “being self or being natural.” We believe that as people become more aware and accepting of their selves they naturally become more free, happy, peaceful and powerful.

Our goal at Eyaa-Keen Healing Centre Inc. is to help people recognize and overcome their inner obstacles and give them the healing tools they need to lead productive, healthy lives.…

Photo of Fair Trade Manitoba Fair Trade Manitoba

Fair Trade Manitoba (FTM) began, in 2006, as a coming together of representatives of a number of sectors within the province: non-governmental international development organizations, schools, churches, unions and individual citizens/families wishing to encourage a greater awareness of fair trade issues and products. It is this volunteer group that undertook the initial efforts to create a web site and shopping guide, promote fair trade consumerism and procurement, and to hold a “Fair Trade Challenge” campaign.…

Photo of Fair Trade Winnipeg Fair Trade Winnipeg

The Fair Trade Winnipeg Steering Committee is made up of community champions representing educational institutions, businesses, non-profits and government.

Based on Fair Trade Canada criteria, currently 21 towns and cities are recognized as Fair Trade, including Toronto, Vancouver and Edmonton. Our goal is to make Winnipeg next.

Photo of Fairfax Community Resources Inc. Fairfax Community Resources Inc.
204 – 415 – 6598

Fairfax Community Resources Inc. is a non-profit organization that began back in September 2009, with the mission to improve the lives of people with intellectual disabilities who are challenged to find services to meet their needs.

Since its inception, Fairfax (Inc.) has quickly grown in providing residential, day program, respite and foster care services for adults in over 20 specialized living situations, in and bordering Winnipeg, Manitoba.…

Photo of Families First Foundation Families First Foundation

Incorporated on May 13, 2015, the Families First Foundation will:

Educate the public on the needs of families of MMIWG;
Provide and coordinate the delivery of:
a. religious, spiritual, emotional, cultural and financial support to families;
b. translation services, media liaison services and independent legal advice to families;

Photo of Family Dynamics Family Dynamics

We are an accredited not-for-profit, community-based agency registered as a charity and governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. We are dedicated to strengthening families and building healthy supportive communities. We provide a variety of programs and services for more than Winnipeg 6,000 families each year.

Our services are available to all Winnipeggers regardless of social or economic circumstances.…

Photo of Fascist Free 1 Fascist Free 1

All relatives welcome on Treaty 1.
Alt-Right and White supremacists we are watching.


Treaty 1 For Everyone.

Photo of Fibromyalgia Support Group of Winnipeg, Inc. Fibromyalgia Support Group of Winnipeg, Inc.

The Fibromyalgia Support Group of Winnipeg Inc. offers education, supports the development of coping skills, and provides up-to-date information. It also aims to facilitate awareness and acceptance of fibromyalgia within the medical community and the general public.

The Fibromyalgia Support Group of Winnipeg, Inc. is a non-profit, registered charitable organization affiliated with the Society of Manitobans with Disabilities (SMD) Self-Help Clearinghouse since 1992.…

Photo of First Nations Family Advocate First Nations Family Advocate

The Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs officially opened the Manitoba First Nations Family Advocate Office (FNFAO) on June 1st, 2015. The office opened in ceremony, where the office was gifted the name “Abinoojiyak Bigiiwewag” which translates to “Our Children are Coming Home”.The need for an advocacy office was determined through community consultation, where the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs hosted community engagement events in Winnipeg and Thompson Manitoba.…

Photo of First Nations Health and Social Secretariat of Manitoba First Nations Health and Social Secretariat of Manitoba

The Health and Social Development team continues to work closely with the Grand Chief’s Office, the Chiefs Task Force on Health (CTFoH) and the Manitoba First Nations Health Technicians Network (MFNHTN) and Manitoba First Nation Communities. In doing so, we have continued to build on these collaborative relationships to address and prioritize First Nation health issues, discussion of potential governance structures, unification of First Nations in Manitoba and networking opportunities.…

Photo of Focus Africa Focus Africa

Focus Africa Inc. is a non-governmental organisation of Christian women and men committed to supporting Christ-centered women’s and children’s resource centers in Africa. Our sincere desire is to be a voice of hope and to make a difference in the lives of women and children affected by HIV/AIDS in Africa.

Photo of Food Matters Manitoba Food Matters Manitoba

At Food Matters Manitoba we believe that everyone needs good food to grow strong, be healthy and feel happy.

But not all Manitobans are getting the good food they need.

Some people can’t get good food where they live;
Some can’t afford healthy food options;
Others don’t have the skills needed to make nutritious meals.…

Photo of Fort Garry Women’s Resource Centre Fort Garry Women’s Resource Centre

Fort Garry Women’s Resource Centre is a not-for-profit, feminist organization supporting women to engage in healthy life choices for themselves and their families through innovative and responsive programming and excellence in service.

Photo of Fraternal Order of Eagles #3870 Fort Garry Branch Fraternal Order of Eagles #3870 Fort Garry Branch

The Fraternal Order Of Eagles # 3870 in Winnipeg first opened its doors almost 40 years ago, continuing the FOE tradition that began in 1898. We proudly support a variety of causes, including annual fundraisers to help make advancements in research for heart disease, Parkinson’s, diabetes, cancer and other medical conditions. But being an Eagle isn’t just about giving—we like to have fun too!

Photo of Freeman Family Foundation Holocaust Education Centre Freeman Family Foundation Holocaust Education Centre

Located at the Asper Jewish Community Campus, visitors enter the Freeman Family Foundation Holocaust Education Centre by walking through a replica of the boxcar doors which sealed the fate of so many of those transported to the death camps during the Holocaust. The Centre’s exhibits consist of artefacts donated by Manitoba Holocaust survivors and their families.…

Photo of Friends Housing Inc Friends Housing Inc

Mission: Friends Housing Incorporated is a non-profit corporation whose members are dedicated to providing clean, safe housing and daily living support assistance in Winnipeg for persons within our community either who have been diagnosed as having psychiatric illnesses and are in need of subsidized housing, or for persons within our community who have a modest income and are in need of subsidized housing.

Photo of Friends of Shoal Lake 40 Friends of Shoal Lake 40

A partnership with Shoal Lake 40 First Nation to collaborate, educate, and advocate.

Photo of Friends of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights Friends of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights

Friends of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights (Friends) is the non-profit organization that engages donors so that, together with Canadian Museum for Human Rights (the Museum), we can empower human rights champions in Canada and around the world.

Friends helps provide access to stories that underscore the importance of equality, freedom and democracy in order to promote respect for others and to encourage reflection and dialogue.…

Photo of Gang Action Interagency Network (GAIN) Gang Action Interagency Network (GAIN)

Who We Are

The Gang Action Interagency Network (GAIN) is a network of agencies, government and law enforcement officials, working on grass roots solution to the gang problem in Winnipeg.  GAIN is a network committed to taking action to address and solve the gang problem by building on research, current practices, and developing the resources needed to prevent youth from joining gangs and help youth get out of gangs.…

Photo of Geopolitical Economy Research Group – GERG Geopolitical Economy Research Group – GERG

The Geopolitical Economy Research Group (GERG) will be an influential policy research institute, conducting high quality research and analysis dealing with nations and their relation to the world economy.  It will critically analyze, and propose, policy alternatives for managing the interaction of national economies and states to promote human development and mutual benefit in today’s multipolar world.

Photo of George and Fay Yee Centre for Healthcare Innovation George and Fay Yee Centre for Healthcare Innovation

The George and Fay Yee Centre for Healthcare Innovation is a partnership between the University of Manitoba and the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority.  The centre houses seven unique platforms, each staffed with experts and leaders from all disciplines in academia and practice.

At CHI, we are committed to ensuring that the latest research and evidence are translated into improved patient outcomes, enhanced patient experiences and improved access to care for Manitobans.…

Photo of Global College Global College

The University of Winnipeg Global College fosters global citizenship and engagement in human rights through interdisciplinary teaching, research, dialogue, and action in local and global communities.

Global College provides students, faculty, staff, visiting scholars, and community leaders with ways to interact on their diverse perspectives about global citizenship, human rights, and other issues affecting local and global communities.…

Photo of Got Bannock? Got Bannock?

A grassroots cause to feed the hungry, the homeless, the less fortunate on the cold streets of Winnipeg.

Photo of Grace Hospital Foundation Grace Hospital Foundation

Your gift to Grace Hospital Foundation directly supports patient-related enhancements that
would not otherwise be provided by the government, and helps guarantee every patient at
The Grace has access to the best care possible.

Your support goes towards our Tomorrow’s Grace $6 million campaign, the largest and most important campaign we have ever undertaken for Grace Hospital.…

Photo of Graffiti Art Programming Graffiti Art Programming

Graffiti Art Programming Inc., known as GAP Inc. or The Graffiti Gallery, is a not-for-profit community youth art centre, using art as a tool for community, social, economic and individual growth. It is the only one of it’s kind in North America for artists of all ages and genres from traditional art, to urban and performance art – including hip hop, art, graffiti art and street art. …

Photo of GrandsnMore Winnipeg GrandsnMore Winnipeg

Grands ‘n’ More Winnipeg came into being in October of 2007.  We are one of over 240 groups of grandmothers and “grand-others” coast-to-coast in Canada.

We raise funds for the Stephen Lewis Foundation (SLF) which supports grassroots African projects in many countries in sub-Saharan Africa.  We seek to raise awareness so that Canadians will know more about the desperate situation many people in sub-Saharan Africa face in the wake of the AIDS pandemic. …

Photo of Green Action Centre Green Action Centre

1. Green Action Centre believes that eliminating the unsustainable use of resources requires the adoption and implementation of a waste reduction priority which emphasizes the elimination of waste and advocates appropriate strategies that include: reduction at source, reuse, recycling and resource recovery – in that order.

2. Green Action Centre believes value and wealth exist, and can be created, outside the conventional economic system.…

Photo of Green Registry Green Registry
204-945-7382 is a portal to climate change resources in Manitoba. This web portal provides organizations, families and individuals with information, guidance, and tools needed to respond to the climate change challenge.

The Manitoba Government has partnered with the Canadian Standards Association (CSA) and the Canadian Climate Exchange (CCE) to create as part of Manitoba`s comprehensive response to the challenge of climate change.

Photo of Greenpeace Winnipeg Greenpeace Winnipeg

We will not wait for “someone else” to protect what’s left of  the  plants and animals on our planet.
Greenpeace Winnipeg supports Greenpeace campaigns around the world, along with local issues.
Our local goals are to create a better life for Manitoba’s farm animals, ban one-use plastic bags in Manitoba, and  stop the Energy East pipeline.

Photo of Groundwork for Change Groundwork for Change

To provide access to information about:

-topics such as treaties, residential schools, land & water rights and much more.
-concepts such as colonialism, racism, privilege, allies and more.
-how non-Indigenous (settler) peoples can build just relationships with Indigenous peoples.

To build the capacity of non-Indigenous (settler) peoples to act in solidarity and build just relationships with Indigenous peoples.…

Photo of Habitat for Humanity Winnipeg Habitat for Humanity Winnipeg

By mobilizing volunteers and community partners, Habitat for Humanity Manitoba works with people from all walks of life to build safe, decent, affordable housing for purchase by low-income working families.

Vision Statement: To provide families with a foundation for positive change through affordable housing.


-Success through collaboration: Working with all of our partners to improve the quality of life through access to affordable housing
-Integrity: Inspiring hope through openness, respect, trust, fairness, patience and honesty
-Honour: We embrace our heritage while building our future.…

Photo of Here and Now: The Winnipeg Plan to End Youth Homelessness Here and Now: The Winnipeg Plan to End Youth Homelessness

Agencies who work with youth experiencing homelessness in Winnipeg are collaborating to develop a long-term plan to end youth homelessness. Winnipeg’s Plan to End Youth Homelessness supports collaboration toward preventing and ending youth homelessness based on voices of youth and community consensus.

This project is funded in part by the Government of Canada’s Homelessness Partnership Strategy.…

Photo of Holy Names House of Peace Holy Names House of Peace

Foundation Principle


Hospitality: The House of Peace, located in the heart of the city, welcomes and celebrates diversity. …

Photo of Humanists, Atheists & Agnostics of Manitoba Humanists, Atheists & Agnostics of Manitoba

Hello from the Humanists, Atheists and Agnostics of Manitoba! Our mission is to build a secular community where non-believers can feel safe and supported. We seek to give a voice to humanists, atheists and agnostics through discussion, constructive activism, education and philanthropy and seek to use our human capacities of empathy, compassion and rational thinking as the foundation for ethical behaviour.

Photo of Humankind International Humankind International

Humankind International is a nonprofit humanitarian organization committed to listening to and responding to the needs of the communities of Northern Kenya and Southern Somalia. The organization strives to use new approaches to developing and empowering these communities to achieve their goals.

Humankind International was incorporated in April 2008 as a non-profit organization by a group of African-born Canadians and their Canadian friends who felt that they have the moral responsibility to respond to humanitarian and development needs of communities in the Southern part of war torn Somalia and the marginalized communities of Northern Kenya.

Photo of iDE Canada iDE Canada
(204) 786-1490

Helping others help themselves without handouts is the cornerstone of iDE Canada.

Since 1983, iDE Canada has been connecting donors to people experiencing poverty in developing countries. Donor support has provided opportunities for people living on less than $2 per day.

Your donations link farmers to resources which help them earn a higher income.  …

Photo of Idle No More Winnipeg Idle No More Winnipeg

We are going to tell the truth. We will tell you the truth about land, water, and our relationships with each other.

Photo of IISD (International Institute for Sustainable Development) IISD (International Institute for Sustainable Development)

Established in 1990, IISD is an independent, non-profit organization that provides practical solutions to the challenge of integrating environmental and social priorities with economic development. We report on international negotiations, conduct rigorous research, and engage citizens, businesses and policy-makers on the shared goal of developing sustainably.

The institute has offices in Canada, Switzerland and the United States, and operates in over 70 countries around the world.…

Photo of Ikwe-Widdjiitiwin Inc. Ikwe-Widdjiitiwin Inc.

Mission Statement: To Support Aboriginal women and their children end family violence, by offering shelter during crisis and nurturing hope, change and empowerment for tomorrow.

Vision Statement: Families finding peaceful solutions together.

Values and Beliefs

Culture: Our work supports the preservation and restoration of our Aboriginal cultures.…

Photo of Imagine – Mental Health Matters Imagine – Mental Health Matters

Imagine: Mental Health Matters is a small group of volunteers working toward defeating the stigma surrounding suicide and mental health issues. We believe suicide is a long term solution to what are often short term problems. Imagine is a tool to draw attention to a disease so no one feels the need to suffer in silence.…

Photo of Immigrant Centre Winnipeg Immigrant Centre Winnipeg

The Immigrant Centre has been delivering quality, innovative Immigration and Settlement Services to allow immigrants to connect, integrate, and fully participate in Canadian Society for almost 70 years. Last year we helped over 15,000 clients seeking immigration and settlement assistance. At our front reception we are averaging an amazing 2000 calls a month – that’s a call every 4 minutes!…

Photo of Immigration Partnership Winnipeg Immigration Partnership Winnipeg
204-943-2561 Ext. 236

According to the City of Winnipeg’s 2012 Community Trends Report, immigration of newcomers has more than quadrupled in the last ten years – the number of arrivals has increased from 2,200 in 1997 to over 11,000 in 2011.

The WIP will help create a community that has a strong desire and capacity to receive newcomers and where everyone works to create an environment within which newcomers feel at home.…

Photo of Inclusion Winnipeg Inclusion Winnipeg

Inclusion Winnipeg is a registered charity which, for almost 60 years, has been dedicated to making life better for children and adults living with intellectual disabilities.  We do this by connecting people, assisting their families to navigate systems and leading the way in advancing their human rights.  We promote respect, empowerment and belonging to ensure equality for all.…

Photo of India Association of Manitoba India Association of Manitoba

The India Association was formed on October 30, 1965 by 36 Indian nationals who met at the residence of Dr. Atish Maniar for celebrating Diwali. At a general meeting on December 11, 1965, constitution of the India Association of Manitoba was accepted by the members present and Dr. Maniar was elected as the founding President.…

Photo of Initiatives for Just Communities Initiatives for Just Communities

We come alongside people living with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder and intellectual disabilities, and those currently or previously incarcerated, helping them to achieve a better quality of life for themselves and their communities.

-Christian Faith: We serve in Christ’s name and seek to model our faith and values without imposing them on others.…

Photo of Inner City Youth Alive Inc. Inner City Youth Alive Inc.

Inner City Youth Alive (ICYA) is located in the North End of Winnipeg, which is one of the poorest and underserved areas in Winnipeg and Canada. ICYA provides a safe, active and nurturing environment for children and youth, many of whom experience poverty, abuse and neglect.

Photo of Inspire Community Outreach Inc. Inspire Community Outreach Inc.

Inspire Community Outreach Inc. is an incorporated non-profit social services agency working with youth in Winnipeg, Manitoba, in the hopes that they will find their passion and create connections that will last a life-time. Programming varies from drop-in, to weekly sessions. We use a strengths-based approach in teaching skill building programs like mindfulness training, creative expression (including art, poetry, and music), cooking/nutrition, physical activity, and other positive coping strategies.…

Photo of Institute for International Women’s Rights -Global College Institute for International Women’s Rights -Global College

The Institute for International Women’s Rights provides opportunities for research, learning, dialogue, and action on Women’s Rights in collaboration with groups and organizations within the university, such as the Institute for Women’s and Gender Studies, and in the larger community, such as the Winnipeg branch of UNIFEM.

Photo of Institute for International Women’s Rights -Manitoba Institute for International Women’s Rights -Manitoba

IIWR-MB is a community focused organization, reaching out to diverse individuals and organizations in Manitoba that are working in the general area of women’s rights. We are incorporated as a not for profit organization in the Province of Manitoba. We are separate and distinct from the Institute for International Women’s Rights Global College, (University of Winnipeg) although we work closely together, and IIWR Global College is an Organization Member of IIWR-MB.…

Photo of International HOPE Canada (IHC) Inc International HOPE Canada (IHC) Inc

International HOPE Canada (IHC) Inc, is a charitable, non-profit, all-volunteer organization that provides non-pharmaceutical medical supplies and equipment to impoverished countries where such items are in critically short supply. This is achieved through the collection and sharing of redundant but useable items donated by hospitals, nursing homes, other health care facilities and agencies, as well as individuals.

Photo of IRCOM (Immigrant & Refugee Community Organization of Manitoba) IRCOM (Immigrant & Refugee Community Organization of Manitoba)

The Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization of Manitoba Inc. (IRCOM) is a non-profit organization that operates a transitional housing complex in downtown Winnipeg called IRCOM House Ellen. IRCOM House offers secure, affordable and clean apartments to newcomer families for up to 3 years after their arrival.

In addition IRCOM provides onsite supports and services including an After-School Program for children and youth, An Asset Building Program for those interested in learning about money in the Canadian context and participating in a matched savings program as well as a Community Resource Program that connects community members with employment, education, and various health resources throughout Winnipeg.…

Photo of Islamic Social Services Association Islamic Social Services Association

Islamic Social Services Association Inc. (ISSA) was established in 1999 at a meeting of 60 Muslim social workers, mental health professionals and counsellors in Washington D.C. Visionary founders of ISSA are: the late Dr. Maryam Funches, Dr. Aneesah Nadir, Dr. Bilquis Eltarab and Shahina Siddiqui. In 2003 ISSA split into 2 sister and independent organizations: one in the USA and one in Canada.…

Photo of Jewish Heritage of Western Canada Inc Jewish Heritage of Western Canada Inc

The Jewish Heritage Centre of Western Canada is an incorporated non-profit multi-faceted organization involved in preserving, documenting, interpreting and sharing Jewish heritage.

Headquartered at the Asper Jewish Community Campus, the JHC includes a research library, an extensive archive collection,exhibitions of our history through artifacts and displays as well as visiting and seasonal exhibits, and a Holocaust resource and education centre.…

Photo of Jocelyn House Hospice Jocelyn House Hospice

Since 1985, Jocelyn House has provided an environment that combines comfort and care for people who are living the end of their lives and can’t stay in their own home, but choose not to be in a hospital.

Jocelyn House is a comfortable, inviting home for four residents, set on a beautiful naturally-wooded riverside property in Winnipeg.…

Photo of John Howard Society of Manitoba John Howard Society of Manitoba

We run a reintegration program that offers support and resources both inside the various provincial and federal institutions in Manitoba as well as to clients in the community.

Our literacy program is designed to meet not only our clients’ literacy needs but also address the barriers that kept them from succeeding in more traditional education centres.…

Photo of Jonah Community Projects Jonah Community Projects

Jonah Community Projects is a non-profit community development organization in Winnipeg, MB.

We engage stories, art, sharing circles, and teaching to foster healing and good relations between people.

We work from orientations of peace, justice, & truth-speaking.

We are community-based and community led.

Our projects emerge from our values, our community, and our team.

Photo of Joy Smith Foundation Joy Smith Foundation

The Joy Smith Foundation works to ensure that every Canadian man, woman and child is safe from manipulation, force, or abuse of power designed to lure and exploit them into the sex trade or forced labour.

This is achieved through:
-educating the public, and
-providing funds and support to front-line organizations that rescue and rehabilitate victims, and organizations that safeguard all Canadians from human trafficking.

Photo of Jubilee Fund Jubilee Fund

Jubilee Fund raises awareness concerning the interrelated issues of poverty reduction, financial assets, and access to credit by providing loan guarantees and bridge financing to non-profit community projects focused on reducing poverty and financial exclusion in Manitoba.

Photo of K.I.D.S. Kenya Initiative for Development & Sustainability Inc. K.I.D.S. Kenya Initiative for Development & Sustainability Inc.

“Building children’s futures globally while inspiring children locally.”
MISSION: To promote development, enrichment, and sustainable solutions to our partners in Kenya through educational programs and local fundraising in Canada.
VISION: To see that our partners in developing countries have access to the necessities of life in order to suffer less and live more.…

Photo of Ka Ni Kanichihk Ka Ni Kanichihk

To honour the spirit of our ancestors and seek their wisdom to guide our peoples back to balance and wellness.  Our people have come home.  We are self-determining, healthy, happy and respected for our cultural and spiritual strengths and ways of being.

Our Mandate: We provide Aboriginal identified programs and services that focus on wholeness and wellness and that build on the strengths and resilience of Aboriginal peoples. …

Photo of Kidney Foundation of Canada – Manitoba Chapter Kidney Foundation of Canada – Manitoba Chapter

In the early 1960s, a group of patients, doctors, nurses, and interested friends formed a “Patient Interest Group” under the name of the Manitoba Kidney Association. This Association flourished over the years with its base at the Health Sciences Centre. In 1969, a representative from Quebec visited Winnipeg with the intent and proposal to form a national organization.…

Photo of KidSport Manitoba KidSport Manitoba

KidSport™ believes that no kid should be left on the sidelines and all should be given the opportunity to experience the positive benefits of organized sports. KidSport™ provides support to children in order to remove financial barriers that prevent them from playing organized sports.

KidSport™ is about Kids…Success will be measured by the number of children who have been helped as a result of KidSport™’s initiatives.…

Photo of KidSport Winnipeg KidSport Winnipeg

KidSport Winnipeg believes that no kid should be left on the sidelines and all should be given the opportunity to experience the positive benefits of organized sports. KidSport™ provides support to children in order to remove financial barriers that prevent them from playing organized sport.

KidSport™ is about Kids…Success will be measured by the number of children who have been helped as a result of KidSport™’s initiatives.…

Photo of Kidthink. Kidthink.

KIDTHINK will be a mental health treatment center and outreach program that will focus on improving mental health services for children aged 12 and under in Manitoba. The initiative will engage the problem by focusing on the following:

-Clinical treatment of mental illness with a focus on children aged 12 and under using evidence-based treatments that are proven to be most effective;

-Outreach within the community with a primary focus on training teachers and pediatricians to better identify and support children with mental illness;

-Research into new treatments, new diagnostic indicators, brain development, and technology to help treat children as effectively and efficiently as possible;

-Building a state-of-the-art and environmentally conscious treatment facility on the corner of Portage Avenue and Main Street in the heart of Winnipeg.

Photo of Kildonan Youth Activity Centre Kildonan Youth Activity Centre

Kildonan Youth Activity Centre (KYAC) is a non-profit organization that strives to build respectful and responsible relationships between local youth and the community. KYAC is dedicated to providing leisure activity centres that encompass healthy, active living and the arts to participants 8-17 years of age.

Photo of Klinic Community Health Centre Klinic Community Health Centre

Klinic Community Health provides a full range of health-related services from medical care to counseling and education. Driven by our vision of creating healthy and engaged communities, we promote health and quality of life for people of every age, background, ethnicity, gender identity, and socio-economic circumstance. We are located in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada and are a member of Manitoba Association of Community Health and Canadian Association of Community Health Centres.…

Photo of Knowles Centre Knowles Centre

Welcome to Knowles Centre. We are a non-profit treatment centre for children and adolescents with emotional and behavioral difficulties.

Knowles Centre began as an orphanage for boys in 1907. Today, Knowles Centre provides group care treatment, day treatment, sexual abuse treatment, treatment foster care, and independent living programs to both boys and girls and their families from Manitoba and other communities throughout Canada.…

Photo of Koats for Kids Koats for Kids

Koats for Kids has been a Winnipeg institution since 1989. Every year, from October to February, the program distributes thousands of pieces of winter outerwear to families.

For some children, having a warm coat means attending school on a cold day, instead of staying home. It’s part of United Way’s commitment to helping children and youth be all they can be.

Photo of Ladybug Foundation Ladybug Foundation

The Ladybug Foundation supports Hannah’s efforts to spread awareness and raise funds to assist operating charitable organizations which provide food, shelter, and other needs of people who are homeless and near homeless in Canada, without judgment, so they can find dignity, security, hope, and refuge.

Photo of Lake Friendly Initiative Lake Friendly Initiative

In 2008 in response to the deteriorating water quality in Lake Winnipeg, leaders from nine communities on the shores of Lake Winnipeg came together to form the South Basin Mayors and Reeves Inc. In 2009, the South Basin Mayors and Reeves launched the Lake Friendly Initiative; a community-to-community approach designed to create public awareness of the serious issues facing Lake Winnipeg and other freshwater lakes throughout the world.…

Photo of Laurel Centre Laurel Centre

Mission: To enable the provision of counselling services for women who have experienced childhood or adolescent sexual victimization and want to resolve the long-term effects of the abuse. The agency recognizes addictions as one of the long-term consequences related to unresolved trauma.

To address the issue of societal denial — of the seriousness and prevalence of the problem of child sexual abuse — and the detrimental long-term effects (one of which is addiction).…

Photo of Leadnow Winnipeg Leadnow Winnipeg

With proportional representation we can have fair elections, inclusive governments, and a more collaborative democracy.

Photo of Learning Disabilities Association of Manitoba Learning Disabilities Association of Manitoba
204- 774-1821

The Learning Disabilities Association of Manitoba helps people with learning disabilities and attention deficit disorders reach their goals and live better lives. We work with people of just about any age – from school children and teens to adults – while also providing educational and networking support for their friends and families.

The good news is that once diagnosed, accepted and treated, most people with learning disabilities can overcome their conditions and enjoy satisfying, productive lives with their families and in our communities.…

Photo of Lighthouse Mission Lighthouse Mission

Lighthouse Mission has served the less fortunate in inner-city Winnipeg since 1911. In our over a century of service, Lighthouse Mission has provided food, friendship, hope, joy and love to those in need in our community. As Lighthouse Mission grows, we remain committed to serving Winnipeg’s less fortunate with excellence and providing an opportunity through which the church and community can compassionately care for the poor and homeless.…

Photo of LITE: Local Investment towards Employment LITE: Local Investment towards Employment

Since 1994, LITE has supported jobs in Winnipeg’s inner city. As a Public Foundation, we raise money from generous Winnipeggers and spend it in ways that promote jobs and long-term development in the community.

Why?  Take a walk through many of our inner city neighbourhoods and you’ll see a mix of situations.…

Photo of Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre

The name Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata translates from Ojibway into the phrase “we all work together to help one another”.

The Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre, Inc. (Ma Mawi) was given birth in the fall of 1984 by committed community members who sought an Indigenous solution to supporting and rebuilding families.…

Photo of MacDonald Youth Services MacDonald Youth Services

At Macdonald Youth Services, we believe each individual deserves the opportunity to feel safe, worthy, to be loved, to belong, and to be respected. We recognize that many of the individuals we serve have their own story to share and have faced many challenges in their lives.

We support individuals to reach their full potential by providing opportunities to grow and heal in a safe and caring environment.…

Photo of Main Street Project Main Street Project

Main Street Project provides a safe place for respite, shelter and support, with dignity and without judgment to individuals in our community experiencing homelessness and addiction. We advocate for a more inclusive society and assist marginalized individuals to make a real choice.

Our vision is that every individual has a safe place to be, and an opportunity to make real choices.…

Photo of Make Music Matter Make Music Matter

Make Music Matter works in countries that have been deeply scarred by conflict, HIV/AIDS, and violence against women. Music has always helped people around the world to overcome hardship by providing comfort and consolation, and by helping them to directly address the most divisive issues facing their communities. Through our efforts, music also contributes to the prevention of violence and public health issues, and to raising awareness.…

Photo of Make Poverty History Manitoba Make Poverty History Manitoba

Make Poverty History Manitoba (MPHM) is a multi-sectoral collaborative coalition representing business, education, student, youth, Aboriginal, newcomer, labour, women’s, disability, urban, rural, and northern communities. The coalition’s efforts are directed primarily at the provincial level. However, its work contributes toward the achievement of Make Poverty History’s national campaign objectives.

The coalition is committed to changing public policy to achieve a Manitoba without poverty.…

Photo of Manitoba Alternative Food Research Alliance Manitoba Alternative Food Research Alliance

Although the global industrial food system provides much of the food we eat, there are concerns over its sustainability for food producers, the environment, and local economies.  Manitoba continues to experience family farm bankruptcies, the contamination of Aboriginal food sources, and high rates of poverty and food insecurity.  Many urban, rural, and northern communities have poor access to healthy, affordable, and culturally appropriate food.…

Photo of Manitoba Association for Rights and Liberties (MARL) Manitoba Association for Rights and Liberties (MARL)

The Manitoba Association for Rights and Liberties is a non-profit organization that promotes, supports and celebrates human rights and civil liberties. MARL defends, extends and creates awareness of rights and liberties within the Province of Manitoba.

We take action to support:

-Youth empowerment through workshops and mentoring,

-Policy change through advocacy, government briefings, research and publication, and

-Public engagement through public events and community celebrations.…

Photo of Manitoba Association of Newcomer Serving Organizations Manitoba Association of Newcomer Serving Organizations

The Manitoba Association of Newcomer Serving Organizations (MANSO) is an umbrella organization for immigrant and refugee service providers in the Province of Manitoba. MANSO provides leadership, support and a unified voice for the settlement and integration sector, including core settlement services, language training, employment services, and welcoming communities programs

Photo of Manitoba Association of Women’s Shelters Inc. Manitoba Association of Women’s Shelters Inc.

MAWS is dedicated to providing a unified voice for women and children who experience violence.

The organization incorporated in 1991 as the Manitoba Association of Women’s Shelters Inc., is a registered charitable organization 88078 6892 RR0001.

In the mid 1980s, women’s shelters in the province of Manitoba began to work together to provide support, reduce the isolation of shelter directors, and stop the competition between shelters for funding dollars.…

Photo of Manitoba Brain Injury Association Manitoba Brain Injury Association

We, the Manitoba Brain Injury Association (MBIA), are your ally during this difficult time.  We began as a group of volunteers who came together to share personal experiences and knowledge of the effects of brain injuries with those experiencing similar situations.  This is a guiding principal for the services we offer.

Our mission is to offer help and hope to individuals and families living with the effects of brain injury through direct services, education and advocacy; to promote independent living and a sense of community among those affected; and to educate all Manitobans towards the prevention of acquired brain injury.…

Photo of Manitoba Child Care Association Manitoba Child Care Association

The Manitoba Child Care Association (MCCA) is a non-profit,  non-partisan organization incorporated in 1974.  We are proud to be the voice of early learning and child care in Manitoba, the largest provincial child care association in Canada, and an affiliate of the Canadian Child Care Federation

Photo of Manitoba Council for International Cooperation Manitoba Council for International Cooperation

The Manitoba Council for International Cooperation (MCIC) is a coalition of organizations involved in international development who are committed to:
-Respect, empowerment and self-determination for all peoples
-Development that protects the world’s environment
-Global understanding, cooperation and social justice.

MCIC’s mission as a coordinating structure is to promote public awareness of international issues, to foster member interaction, and to administer funds for international development.

Photo of Manitoba Criminal Justice Association Manitoba Criminal Justice Association

The Manitoba Criminal Justice Association (MCJA) was founded in November 1969 by four local members of the then Canadian Corrections Association (now the Correctional Service Canada). At this inaugural meeting of the MCJA, originally called the Manitoba Society of Criminology Inc., the purpose was to explore the interest and need for a multi-disciplinary society focused on the field of corrections.

Photo of Manitoba Cultural Society of the Deaf Manitoba Cultural Society of the Deaf


Manitoba Cultural Society of the Deaf’s vision is to promote insight to and develop appreciation of Deaf Manitobans’ experiences, through language, culture, and the arts to celebrate their achievements and contributions to the world.


Manitoba Cultural Society of the Deaf’s mission is to identify and promote innovative initiatives and projects that focus on the contribution of the arts, heritage, language, and culture towards the revitalization and empowerment of Deaf Manitobans.

Photo of Manitoba Down Syndrome Society Manitoba Down Syndrome Society

The Manitoba Down Syndrome Society is an organization that provides support, information and opportunities for individuals with Down syndrome, parents, professionals and other interested persons.

MDSS strives to:

1) Be a support for parents, caregivers and families of individuals with Down syndrome.

2) Provide an opportunity for individuals with Down syndrome to participate in the direction of the MDSS.…

Photo of Manitoba Eco Network Manitoba Eco Network

Manitoba Eco-Network is a non-profit organization which promotes positive environmental action.

Our organization’s mission is to facilitate environmental awareness and expand community connections. We educate, we facilitate, we celebrate!

Photo of Manitoba Educators for Social Justice Manitoba Educators for Social Justice

Manitoba Educators for Social Justice pulls together like-minded educators who have radical views of education and social justice.

Photo of Manitoba Employment Equity Practitioners Association Manitoba Employment Equity Practitioners Association

Manitoba Employment Equity Practitioners Association (MEEPA) is a volunteer-run professional association of individuals and corporations working towards employment equity, diversity and inclusion.  MEEPA promotes awareness and shares information and resources, through on-going learning sessions, and professional networking.

Photo of Manitoba Federation of Labour Manitoba Federation of Labour

The Manitoba Federation of Labour is the province’s central labour body, chartered by the Canadian Labour Congress in 1956 to represent the interests of CLC affiliated unions in Manitoba.

Our affiliates have a combined membership of 100,000 working women and men in the private and public sectors, including the manufacturing sector, government offices, retail stores, hospitals, schools, the natural resources sector, tourism, agriculture, transportation and many others.

Photo of Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre (MFNERC) Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre (MFNERC)
204- 594-1290

Established in 1998 by the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs, the Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre Inc. (MFNERC) provides the province’s leading education, administration, technology, language and culture services to First Nations schools in Manitoba.

The AMC established MFNERC through resolution to provide coordinated second and third level education services to Manitoba’s First Nations schools.…

Photo of Manitoba Harm Reduction Network Manitoba Harm Reduction Network

The MHRN and all of our sites are located on Indigenous land. Specifically, we are located on Anishinaabe, Ininew, Oji-Cree, Dene, and Dakota land and are also in the homeland of the Metis Nation. Our central office is in Treaty 1, and we have been invited to work in Treaty 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 territories.…

Photo of Manitoba Human Rights Commission Manitoba Human Rights Commission

The Manitoba Human Rights Commission is the agency responsible for carrying out the provisions of The Human Rights Code (Manitoba). It is an arms-length agency, funded by the Manitoba Government.

The Commission enforces the anti-discrimination provisions of The Code through its complaint process. Anyone, including a group or organization, can file a complaint if it is believed that a practice or policy results in unreasonable discrimination.…

Photo of Manitoba Indigenous Cultural Education Centre Manitoba Indigenous Cultural Education Centre

MICEC is a provincial, non-profit, charitable and educational organization that works to promote awareness and understanding of Indigenous culture for all Manitobans.

MICEC houses more than 10,000 books and video and hundreds of artifacts and works of art.

There are many programs and services as well, giving the Indigenous and non-Indigenous community a wonderful opportunity to learn about many different Indigenous cultures.

Photo of Manitoba Inuit Association Manitoba Inuit Association

Our Mission: Enhancing the lives of Inuit in Manitoba by promoting Inuit values, community and culture while connecting to services that meet our evolving needs.


-To build a vibrant Manitoba Inuit community by connecting Inuit through activities and initiatives that sustain and build Inuit culture, values and language
-Improve education, employment and training outcomes for Inuit in Manitoba
-Develop research partnerships that help improve the health status for Inuit in Manitoba
-Improve housing and food security for Inuit in Manitoba
-Foster organizational capacity and innovation

Photo of Manitoba Islamic Association (MIA) Manitoba Islamic Association (MIA)

The MIA owns and operates the historic first mosque in Manitoba, located in old St. Vital and a modern mosque and community center, referred to as the Manitoba Grand Mosque, on Waverley Street. The MIA facilitates for Muslims in Winnipeg the opportunity to practice their faith. In addition to religious services, the MIA offers the community educational programs for children and families, charitable assistance to those in need and social and cultural programs.  …

Photo of Manitoba Keewatinowi Okimakanak (MKO) Inc Manitoba Keewatinowi Okimakanak (MKO) Inc

Incorporated in 1981 as the Manitoba Keewatinowi Okimakanak (MKO)1, MKO is a non-profit, political advocacy organization that provides a collective voice on issues of inherent, Treaty, aboriginal and human rights for the citizens of the 30 sovereign First Nations we represent. The MKO First Nations are signatory to Treaties 4, 5, 6 and 10.…

Photo of Manitoba League of Persons with Disabilities Manitoba League of Persons with Disabilities

The MLPD is a membership-based organization representing the concerns of people with all types of disabilities in Manitoba.

Since its establishment in 1974, the MLPD has developed expertise on numerous issues affecting the lives of people with disabilities. A few such issues are accessibility, education, employment, housing, income security, support services, and transportation.…

Photo of Manitoba Metis Federation Manitoba Metis Federation

The Manitoba Metis Federation (MMF) is the official democratic and self-governing political representative for the Métis Nation’s Manitoba Métis Community. The Manitoba Métis are Canada’s Negotiating Partner in Confederation and the Founders of the Province of Manitoba.

The MMF was founded in 1967 by a group of forward-thinking Métis who realized that it was necessary to stand up and fight for the rights of the Métis people of Manitoba.…

Photo of Manitoba Moon Voices Inc Manitoba Moon Voices Inc

Manitoba Moon Voices is a non-profit organization supporting leadership and advancement for/by Aboriginal women in the Province of Manitoba.

Our Mission Statement: Building stronger connections among Indigenous women, their communities, organizations and allies across Manitoba to support our collaborative voice and empower each other.

We share and promote knowledge and resources through positive actions and self-determination, while incorporating ancestral practices, with Indigenous women everywhere.…

Photo of Manitoba Non-Profit Housing Association Manitoba Non-Profit Housing Association

Mission: MNPHA supports its members to build a thriving, sustainable non-profit housing sector in Manitoba.

We do this by:
-Providing our members valuable programs and services that support them to provide safe, secure, and affordable housing across Manitoba
-Developing the capacity of the Non-Profit Housing sector through professional development opportunities, networking, and knowledge exchange
-Advocating on behalf of members with government, funders and other stakeholders on issues of importance to the sector
-Building partnerships within the non-profit housing sector and with other sectors that support resilience, relevance, and innovation

Vision: Non-profit housing in Manitoba is secure, sustainable and affordable for all who need it.

Photo of Manitoba Schizophrenia Society Manitoba Schizophrenia Society

Founded in 1979, The Manitoba Schizophrenia Society (MSS) is a non-profit, charitable, community-based mental health organization.

Established by concerned family members, MSS is a “family” of consumers, family members, service providers and friends who support its mission, vision, passion and core values.

Our Mission: “The Manitoba Schizophrenia Society, Inc. is a consumer-focused, family sensitive mental health self-help organization whose mission is to improve the quality of life for those affected by schizophrenia and psychosis through education, peer support programs, one-on-one consultations, public policy and research.”

Our Vision: “Promoting a dignified, non-discriminatory quality of life for those living with schizophrenia and psychosis while seeking a cure for schizophrenia.”

Our Passion: “Giving people who live with and are affected by schizophrenia and psychosis a future with hope.

Photo of Manitoba WISE Inc (Working in Support of Equality) Manitoba WISE Inc (Working in Support of Equality)

Manitoba W.I.S.E. Inc. is a voluntary sector non-profit organization, which advances the equality of women and girls in Canada, through legal education and progressive law, based on the Canadian Charter of Rights & Freedoms.

Photo of Manitobans Against Weight Stigma Manitobans Against Weight Stigma

Manitobans Against Weight Stigma aims to end weight/size/fat discrimination and recognizes this as an important human rights issue.

Photo of Manitobans for Human Rights Manitobans for Human Rights

Manitobans for Human Rights is a non-profit, non-partisan Association that has two goals in mind. The first is to promote Human Rights learning through-out the Province of Manitoba, to many different sectors of society. This goal is based on the conviction that for human rights to be effective, all women, men, youth and children must know, must own and internalize the holistic vision and practical mission of human rights –so that in a dynamic way it becomes relevant to their daily concerns.…

Photo of Maples Youth Activity Centre Maples Youth Activity Centre

Maples Youth Activity Centre’s purpose is to provide a safe, fun place where kids can come to be together.  The program offers a variety of activities for ages 9 to 17.  We also have a junior program that runs during July and August for ages 6-10.  We provide youth with a positive, safe alternative where they can make a positive contribution in their community.

Photo of Marlene Street Resource Centre Marlene Street Resource Centre

Marlene Street Community Resource Centre (MSCRC) is a United Way Member Agency located at #6-27 Marlene Street in the Winnipeg district of St. Vital. The Centre is committed to the alleviation of poverty through programs and services for the diverse surrounding population.

Our Centre offers youth programming that is free and on a drop-in basis.…

Photo of Marymound Inc. Marymound Inc.

Helping youth and families with the challenges of growing, learning and parenting to achieve independence while realizing their full potential.

Marymound believes in the goodness within every young person who walks through its doors. While difficult for many of them to recognize it, Marymound finds the good and uses it as the motivation for compassionate staff to nurture and encourage all their young people in care.…

Photo of MAWA (Mentoring Artists for Women’s Art) MAWA (Mentoring Artists for Women’s Art)

Mandate: Mentoring Artists for Women’s Art encourages and supports the intellectual and creative development of women in the visual arts by providing an ongoing forum for education and critical dialogue.

Vision: Women have full access to opportunities and achieve equal representation in the visual arts.

Mission: MAWA empowers women in the visual arts and fosters their practices and professional development by providing a diverse program within a supportive community.

Photo of Mediation Services of Winnipeg Mediation Services of Winnipeg

Mediation Services was established in 1979 as a project of Mennonite Central Committee Manitoba in response to a concern both for people victimized by crime and for the high number of people being incarcerated in Canada.

We began developing a new process in 1983 to refer select pre-trial court cases to mediation.

Photo of Men’s Resource Centre of Manitoba Men’s Resource Centre of Manitoba

We believe that traditional therapy settings have been heavily focused on accommodating women and children to a point where many men may find themselves uncomfortable and unable to form a connection in that setting. The Men’s Resource Centre of Manitoba is one of only a few male-focused resource centres in Canada.

We have programs and services that address the unbalance in traditional therapy settings by focusing on men and their experiences.…

Photo of Menno Simons College Menno Simons College

Menno Simons College is a centre for excellence in International Development Studies and Conflict Resolution Studies. We offer a wide range of courses and experienced faculty in these areas that are unparalleled in Canada. Located on the campus of The University of Winnipeg, students who complete programs at Menno Simons College graduate with a Bachelor of Arts from The University of Winnipeg.…

Photo of Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) Mennonite Central Committee (MCC)

MCC is a global, non-profit organization focused on disaster relief, sustainable community development and peacebuilding.

We started as a grassroots movement almost 100 years ago, and today we’re still committed to relationships with our local partners—their needs guide our priorities, in all our 700+ projects across 55 countries.…

Photo of Migrante Manitoba Migrante Manitoba

A non-profit organization that advocates for the rights of migrants. This page features articles and public events highlighting the stories of migrants.

Photo of Misericordia Health Centre (MHC) Foundation Misericordia Health Centre (MHC) Foundation

Our mission: To maintain a culture of compassion and to be a catalyst for financial support of the Misericordia Health Centre’s vital role in meeting the changing health care needs of Manitobans.

The Misericordia Health Centre Foundation is proud to support Misericordia Health Centre as it plays a vital role in meeting the changing health care needs of Manitobans.

Photo of Missing Manitoba Women Missing Manitoba Women

On this page we post about some women and girls that have a tendency to go missing or run away. To eliminate any confusion, please know that we post pictures accompanied by police or media releases about these girls and women as they come out. When the girls/women are found we write “LOCATED” with the date in the caption under the picture.…

Photo of Momentum Centre Momentum Centre

The Momentum Centre is a non profit training centre that helps launch Aboriginal and New Canadian youth between 18 and 30 in meaningful and ongoing careers they are truly passionate about. We link participants with employers in their fields of interest or expertise for work experience. Participants partake in the Momentum Centre’s leadership, initiative, and professional development training twice a week to gain the necessary skills, attitudes, and confidence to bring their best to their workplace and to be successful in their careers of choice.…

Photo of Mondetta Charity Foundation Mondetta Charity Foundation

MCF works with Kamwokya Primary School, which is located in Kamwokya, a sprawling urban slum in Kampala, Uganda. Since 2005, MCF has maintained a feeding program that provides a hot and nutritious meal to the school’s 1,700+ students on a daily basis, and has served nearly 3 million meals to date! In addition to financing several structural developments at the school, including a newly-erected wing of classrooms, MCF oversees a sponsorship program in which individuals can sponsor a child’s education for only $20/month.…

Photo of Mood Disorders Association of Manitoba Mood Disorders Association of Manitoba

Mood Disorders Association of Manitoba (MDAM) is a non-profit organization founded by Gwen Finnen in 1983 as the Society for Depression & Manic Depression of Manitoba. Today, MDAM operates throughout Manitoba, supporting those affected by mood disorders, their friends, families, caregivers and supporters.


To build an understanding community in the awareness of mood disorders through providing support and recovery to those living with mood disorders.…

Photo of Mosaic Newcomer Family Resource Network Mosaic Newcomer Family Resource Network

Mosaic is a neighbourhood language learning program, and family resource network.  The agency’s aim is to provide English classes with quality childcare, along with parenting and settlement support for newcomer parents. The classes and programmes help participants develop English language skills and a social network while their children socialize in a safe and educational environment.…

Photo of Mount Carmel Clinic Foundation Mount Carmel Clinic Foundation

Health and hope are two first steps toward happiness. At Mount Carmel Clinic, we are proud to say we’ve been part of the journey.

But we know we can’t do it alone.

The Mount Carmel Clinic Foundation was established in 1998 as a community fundraising organization. We enhance and broaden the programs and services of Mount Carmel Clinic by supporting:
-Innovative programming
-Capital development

Photo of National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation

The National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation (NCTR) was created to preserve the memory of Canada’s Residential School system and legacy. Not just for a few years, but forever.

Officially opening in the summer of 2015, the NCTR will be the permanent home for all statements, documents, and other materials gathered by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (TRC).…

Photo of Nature Conservancy of Canada – Manitoba Nature Conservancy of Canada – Manitoba

The Nature Conservancy of Canada’s first acquisition in the Manitoba Region was in 1977. Today, we have conserved and protected over 63,000 acres (25,495 hectares) across nine natural areas critical to Manitoba’s biodiversity. These areas provide important habitat for thousands of species of plants and animals, many of which are endangered or at risk. Thanks to the generous donations of Manitobans and our partners, we aim to ensure that these special areas, plants and animals continue to be there for generations to come and that Manitoba continues to be a special place.

Photo of Ndinawe Youth Resource Centre Ndinawe Youth Resource Centre

Ndinawemaaganag Endaawaad is an integrated service organization for youth, focus on Shelter, Culture, Recreation, Education, Outreach and Support, EST 1993.

Photo of NEEDS Centre NEEDS Centre

Newcomers Employment and Education Development Services (N.E.E.D.S.) Inc. is a non-profit, charitable organization. The company was established in 1999 by immigrant and refugee women for newcomers to Canada. These women developed programming based on their own personal experiences, needs assessment and realistic expectations.

Our Mission: We provide accessible services and support to immigrant and refugee children and youth and their families through the NEEDS Centre.…

Photo of Neeginan Centre (Aboriginal Centre of Winnipeg) Neeginan Centre (Aboriginal Centre of Winnipeg)

The Neeginan Centre is a gathering place for people and a centre to foster new ideas in education, economic development, social service delivery and training. Through the Centre, the participating organizations have established stronger linkages and mechanisms to cooperate more fully in the design and delivery of services for Aboriginal people in Winnipeg .

Photo of Neighbourhoods Alive Neighbourhoods Alive

Neighbourhoods Alive! (NA!) is a long-term, community-based, social and economic development strategy that recognizes that building healthy neighbourhoods requires more than an investment in bricks and mortar. Neighbourhoods Alive! supports and encourages community-driven revitalization efforts in designated neighbourhoods across Manitoba in a number of key areas, including:
-employment and training
-education and recreation
-safety and crime prevention
-housing and physical improvements

Neighbourhoods Alive!…

Photo of New Journey Housing New Journey Housing

New Journey Housing is a resource centre for newcomer housing in Manitoba,
with a focus on Winnipeg. We provide help, assistance, and resources to guide
newcomers to rent or purchase housing, and manage their money. Our primary
clients are newcomers to Canada including permanent residents, international
students, temporary foreign workers, asylum seekers, and naturalized Canadians.…

Photo of Next Up Winnipeg Next Up Winnipeg

Next Up is a project of our host and founding organization, genius (the global youth education network society). genius is the art of non-habitual thinking, and that’s how we approach social change work. genius is a charitable not-for-profit that works in four areas: leadership, civic engagement, project incubation and cross generational collaboration.

Photo of Nine Circles Community Health Centre Nine Circles Community Health Centre

Nine Circles Community Health Centre, with expertise in the care and treatment of HIV, Hepatitis C and other sexually transmitted infections, delivers comprehensive primary care, social support, education and prevention services – creating healthier communities for Manitobans.

Photo of Nor West Co-Op Community Health Centre Nor West Co-Op Community Health Centre

NorWest Co-op Community Health engages our community in cooperative health and wellness. We run a community-based organization that operates according to the following principles:

Our Vision: People taking control of their health.

Our Mission: To engage our community in cooperative health and wellness.

Integrity. Non-judgment.…

Photo of North End Community Helpers Network North End Community Helpers Network

North End Community Helpers Network (NECHN) is a unique blend of community members, volunteers, staff, and mentors working to improve the lives of those living in the North End of Winnipeg. This grassroots collaboration is seen as a community solution to supporting one another.

The group, originally founded in early 2007 as a support network for a few community members working at Aboriginal Visioning for the North End, Native Women’s Transition Centre, Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre, and Mount Carmel Clinic, has rapidly grown to include upwards of 90 “helpers”, affiliated with more than 30 organizations/groups, and, including many valued community members. …

Photo of North End Community Renewal Corporation North End Community Renewal Corporation

NECRC is committed to the social, economic and cultural renewal of the North End of Winnipeg.

NECRC defines its development goals through annual consultations and ongoing networking with North End residents and businesses. The corporation works with community committees to plan and implement development strategies in its goal to revitalize the North End.…

Photo of North End Women’s Centre North End Women’s Centre

The North End Women’s Centre has been serving women and their families for since 1984. We are a registered non-profit organization governed by a Board of Directors elected by the membership.

Our purpose is to provide a friendly atmosphere, where women can receive the understanding, support, and resources they need to make informed choices about their lives. …

Photo of North End Youth North End Youth
204-227-5685 is a pilot project funded by all levels of government and various community organizations.  It consists of a partnership with:

-City of Winnipeg –> Aboriginal Relations Division –> Oshki Annishinabe Nigaaniwak

Community Services

Winnipeg Police Service

Aboriginal Youth Strategy


Photo of North Point Douglas Women’s Centre North Point Douglas Women’s Centre

Mission Statement:  The North Point Douglas Women’s Centre exists to create opportunities for women to develop their potential and engage fully as citizens of their community.

Vision Statement:  A safe, healthy, vibrant community for women and families in which all forms of violence against women are addressed by engaging the community in prevention and remediation strategies

Photo of Northern Connections Medical Centre Northern Connections Medical Centre

Northern Connections Medical Centre is a primary care clinic that offers screening, diagnosis, medical management and education to help patients manage diabetes (Type 1, Type 2 and gestational) and other health conditions. The clinic is a teaching site of the Family Medicine residency program.  The care team includes primary care physicians, family medicine residents (students), nurses, a registered dietitian, a pharmacist and a social worker.…

Photo of Onashowewin Onashowewin

Onashowewin has been in existence since 2002. Our program is a part of the Aboriginal Justice Strategy, which is a partnership initiative of Justice Canada and Manitoba Justice.

Our organization provides diversion services for the Manitoba Crown Attorneys’ Office. However, we have an “Open Door” policy and if we are able, we can see about supporting others who are in conflict with the law or those who feel that they need to make positive change in their life.…

Photo of One Nation Exchange (O.N.E.) One Nation Exchange (O.N.E.)

One Nation Exchange (O.N.E.) is a not-for-profit organization committed to promoting unity by creating opportunities for intercultural experiences, training & employment for women representative of Canada’s diverse cultures.

Photo of Osteoporosis Canada – Manitoba Chapter Osteoporosis Canada – Manitoba Chapter

The organization works to educate, empower and support individuals and communities in the risk-reduction and treatment of osteoporosis, people who have, or are at risk for, osteoporosis.

Photo of OSU Children’s Library Fund OSU Children’s Library Fund

We are a good team — Osu Children’s Library Fund, Canada and Osu Library Fund, Ghana—and share the same mission: to bring books and literacy skills to African children and adults.
Recognizing that most African children have little or no access to storybooks, OCLF helps to build libraries and stock them with carefully chosen books.…

Photo of Oyate Tipi Cumini Yape Oyate Tipi Cumini Yape

Oyate Tipi is a non-profit organization located in Winnipeg which accepts donations of gently used household goods and furniture. All items are then distributed to women and children who are trying to better themselves by escaping poverty and/or abusive situations.

The basic concept behind Oyate Tipi is simple. It grew from the recognition that there are hundreds of women and children each year, who leave violent situations and move out on their own.…

Photo of Palliative Manitoba Palliative Manitoba

Palliative Manitoba is a registered charity that is keenly focused on improving living until the end of life.

Our programs and services are aimed at supporting individuals and their families in many different ways; first as a resource when they are learning about palliative care, next as they move through their palliative journey to their loved ones final days and final hours. …

Photo of Pan Am Place Pan Am Place
204-515-2048 ext. 10

Founded in 2013, Pan Am Place is a registered charity helping homeless and at-risk young men ages 18-29 become independent members of society. In exchange for housing, food, and educational and occupational resources, residents are required to participate in fitness routines and perform a minimum number of volunteer hours each week.

These activities help improve their self-esteem,
strengthen their social skills, and reduce their stress and aggression.

Photo of Pathways Winnipeg Pathways Winnipeg

The neighbourhoods of North Point Douglas, Lord Selkirk Park, and William Whyte wrestle with many of the characteristics common to economically disadvantaged communities, such as poverty, a disproportionate number of low income families, and violence. They are also communities that are in the process of transformation, with residents who desire and are working to create positive change.…

Photo of Peace Alliance Winnipeg Peace Alliance Winnipeg

Peace Alliance Winnipeg is committed to developing a broad movement for peace in our city. It organizes actions and educational events to promote an understanding of the events which are shaping our world.

Through our web site we present news, information and discussion about Canada’s role in the world as it relates to issues of war and peace as well as developments that occur in other countries.

Photo of Peace Days Manitoba Peace Days Manitoba

Peace Days was inspired by Rotary World Peace Partners in 2010. Peace Days grew out of a desire to celebrate the United Nations’ International Day of Peace, designated as September 21st each year.

In 2010, Winnipeg celebrated with a Concert for Peace, where music was the medium to communicate the importance of working toward a more peaceful and compassionate society.…

Photo of Peace Of Mind 204 Peace Of Mind 204

Peace Of Mind 204 is a registered, youth-led, and non-profit organization, that strives to create a society in which mental health is an accepted, and openly spoken of, trait in the human persona. Our goal is to bring everyone together and spark stigma crushing conversation.

We are a group of young people from all across Manitoba devoted to eradicating the stigma surrounding those who suffer from mental illnesses or may struggle with their mental health.…

Photo of Peg Peg

Peg measures the health of our community year over year – in ways that count.  We tally studies on everything from the health of babies born in Winnipeg right through to how many of them graduate 18 years later. We track how much garbage we take to the landfill and how often we give up our cars to take public transit.…

Photo of Prairie Climate Centre Prairie Climate Centre

The Prairie Climate Centre enables governments, businesses and community members across the Prairies to reduce their vulnerability to climate variability and change by providing access to an innovative, stakeholder-driven hub for data, guidance, research, knowledge exchange, training and capacity building.

The Prairie Climate Centre (PCC) is a collaboration of The University of Winnipeg and the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD).…

Photo of Pride Winnipeg Pride Winnipeg

On August 2, 1987, about 250 people marched in Winnipeg’s first Pride Day. It was a brave step – a tentative venture out of a dark closet that for too long confined the spirits of those who belong to Winnipeg’s LGBTTQ community. Legally and socially, and in many other ways, the world was still an oppressive and homophobic place.…

Photo of Provincial Council of Women of Manitoba Provincial Council of Women of Manitoba

PCWM strives to empower women to improve the quality of life for themselves, their families and society. It is a volunteer organization consisting of a federation of organizations and individual members whose purpose is to improve social conditions by influencing political decision-making and public attitudes. This common purpose draws support from people from all political parties, and members from a variety of social, economic, religious and ethnic backgrounds.…

Photo of PTSD Alliance of Manitoba PTSD Alliance of Manitoba

Raise awareness about Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

Share information about PTSD services and programs in Winnipeg and all over Manitoba.

Communicate with organizations and work with them to provide helpful resources for people who have PTSD and for those who care for them.

Educate our fellow Manitobans about PTSD and make this a place where people who have PTSD and other mental illnesses can feel and be safe.…

Photo of Public Service Alliance of Canada – Prairie Region Public Service Alliance of Canada – Prairie Region

The Public Service Alliance of Canada represents more than 170,000 workers in every province and territory in Canada, including over 21,000 in the Prairies.

Photo of Pulford Community Living Services Inc. Pulford Community Living Services Inc.

Pulford provides residential services and programming to people with disabilities. The supports we provide to individuals encourages and facilitates – to the greatest possible extent – their ability to live and grow in ways that they see fit.
Our Vision: An Equal and Inclusive World
Our Mission: To Bring Community Together to Promote and Empower People to Live a Full Life
Our Values: Dignity, Safety, Respect, Integrity

Photo of Queer People of Colour (QPOC) Winnipeg Queer People of Colour (QPOC) Winnipeg

QTPOC strives to create safer spaces for where Queer and Trans People Of Colour feel represented, respected and inspired.

What started in 2014 with the intention of being an annual Pride dance party with “Colour Me Queer”, has evolved into much more. With countless dance parties, panel discussions, art based events, “QPOC Talks” at local high schools, DJ sponsorships for QTPOC, and support for local LGBTTQ* refugees, we hope to continue to be a positive contributor to the LGBTTQ* community.…

Photo of Rainbow Pride Mosaic Rainbow Pride Mosaic
204- 890-4139

RPM’s purpose is to provide a safe space on campus and to proactively work to improve the quality of student life on campus for the University of Manitoba’s LGBTTQ* community. Of the over 28,000 staff and students at the U of M, over 1100 of them identified as LGBTTQ* and voted for the LGBTTQ* Council Representative in 2006.…

Photo of Rainbow Resource Centre Rainbow Resource Centre

The Rainbow Resource Centre can trace its history back to the early 70’s. It began as a student group at the University of Manitoba, first known as the Campus Gay Club, with a name change in 1973 to Gays for Equality. A telephone information line, peer counselling service and a resource library on the University of Manitoba campus were a few of the first services offered.…

Photo of Red Rising Magazine Red Rising Magazine

Welcome to Red Rising Magazine! The idea for this magazine started off after a day of action. A group of us had been at Water Wednesdays, where we had stood outside and raised awareness about Winnipeg’s water source. We were on our way back and thought that it might be a good idea to create an Indigenous-themed magazine.…

Photo of Reproductive Rights Manitoba Reproductive Rights Manitoba

An organization for the celebration and protection of Choice in Canada.
This page is to share information about events and topics in Manitoba.

Photo of Research and Education for Solutions to Violence and Abuse: University of Manitoba Research and Education for Solutions to Violence and Abuse: University of Manitoba

RESOLVE is a prairie-based research network that co-ordinates and supports research aimed at ending family and gender-based violence. RESOLVE is based upon two philosophical tenets. The first is collaboration among university-based researchers, policy makers, service workers and representatives of groups affected by family/gender-based violence and violence against women. The second is an action-oriented research and development paradigm, which focuses upon projects with joint research and service policy innovation goals.

Photo of Resource Assistance for Youth Resource Assistance for Youth

Resource Assistance for Youth, Inc. (RaY) is a non-profit street-level agency working with street-entrenched and homeless youth up to the age of 29.

RaY is non-judgmental and non-partisan, employing a harm reduction approach to all interactions with youth in need.

Our mission: “To provide youth with what they need, on their terms, to better their lives.”

Photo of Returning to Spirit Returning to Spirit

We are a non-profit charity that offers Reconciliation workshops to address the legacy of Indian Residential Schools in Canada. Our workshops offer participants the opportunity to discover their stuckness, what keeps them from moving forward in life, and to release it. Participants in our workshops are able to address the Other spirit-to-spirit and uncover new possibilities for moving forward in a spirit of mutuality and partnership.

Photo of Revolutionary Student Movement – Winnipeg Revolutionary Student Movement – Winnipeg

We are the Canada-wide revolutionary, combative, militant, and anti-capitalist student movement. We align our struggles with those of the broader working class. We are a movement guided by communist principles that serves the people in their fight for emancipation from the capitalist system. We organize proletarian students in the interest of the revolutionary working class movement.…

Photo of Right to Housing Right to Housing

The Right to Housing Coalition is a Winnipeg-based group of individuals and organizations concerned about the shortage of affordable (including social) housing.  The Coalition recommends housing policies and programs to three levels of government that would result in decent housing for all.

Photo of Rossbrook House Rossbrook House

Founded in 1976, Rossbrook House is a neighbourhood drop in centre for children, youth and young adults. It offers a constant alternative to the destructive environment of the streets.

The history of Rossbrook proves that it has been attentive and responsive to the neighbourhood in which it is located.

Over more than a quarter century, Rossbrook House has been true to the mission fixed for it by its founder, Sister Geraldine MacNamara.…

Photo of Sarasvàti Productions Sarasvàti Productions

Sarasvàti Productions is an independent theatre company in Winnipeg that is dedicated to using theatre to promote human understanding. We’re named after the Indic goddess of inspiration and great change, which reflects our desire to work with artists and the community in order to address relevant social issues. We’ve been in existence since 1998 and a registered charity since 2003.…

Photo of SEED Winnipeg Inc. SEED Winnipeg Inc.

Vision: SEED envisions a world where opportunities exist for all people and communities to realize their hopes.

Mission: To build strong communities and increase opportunities for people through financial empowerment programs and services.

Five pillars of financial empowerment
-Financial information, education & counseling
-Help accessing income-boosting benefits & tax credits
-Safe & affordable fi nancial products & services
-Access to savings & asset building opportunities including business ownership
-Consumer awareness & protection

Photo of SERC MB: Sexual Education Resource Centre SERC MB: Sexual Education Resource Centre

Sexuality Education Resource Centre provides inclusive, non-judgmental education about sexuality. We believe that people have the right to accurate information on all their choices.

SERC Manitoba is a community-based, non-profit, pro-choice organization. We are dedicated to promoting sexual health through education.

Photo of Share the Magic Book Program Share the Magic Book Program

Share the Magic Book Program is a program through which new and gently used books are collected for give away and library development in communities that do not have many books in the province of Manitoba, Canada. To date, Share the Magic has given away half a million books. 

Photo of Siloam Mission Siloam Mission

A connecting point between the compassionate and Winnipeg’s less fortunate, Siloam Mission is a Christian humanitarian organization that alleviates hardships and provides opportunities for change for those affected by homelessness

Photo of Snowflake Place for Children and Youth Snowflake Place for Children and Youth

Snowflake Place for Children and Youth is a unique and special place. We are Manitoba’s only Children’s Advocacy Centre. We are a charitable non-profit organization that offers a central service model for victims of child abuse. We are designed to facilitate multi-system collaboration and foster best practices in child abuse investigations to ensure that victims receive sensitive and immediate support in a setting that puts their needs first.

Photo of Social Planning Council of Winnipeg Social Planning Council of Winnipeg

Our VISION is for a sustainable community that is caring, just and equitable and which provides opportunities to all for better health and shared prosperity.

Our MISSION is to provide leadership in improving social conditions through effective solutions, progressive public policy, community development and partnerships.

Photo of Solidarity Winnipeg Solidarity Winnipeg

Vision: We envision transforming society to achieve social and ecological justice on an anti-colonial basis. This can ultimately only be achieved by replacing capitalism with a more democratic society not driven by profit. We affirm that the key to changing society is building powerful mass social movements while caring for each other.

Mission: Solidarity Winnipeg is a political organization that works in and with other ecological, Indigenous, labour and social justice groups to organize for social change.…

Photo of Soroptimist International of Winnipeg Soroptimist International of Winnipeg

Soroptimist International of Winnipeg is part of Soroptimist International – an organization of women who work to improve the lives of women and girls, in local communities and throughout the world. Almost 95,000 Soroptimists in about 120 countries and territories contribute time and financial support to community–based and international projects that benefit women and girls.…

Photo of Soup Sisters-Winnipeg Chapter Soup Sisters-Winnipeg Chapter

The mandate of Soup Sisters is to ensure the ongoing supply of fresh soup to nurture women and children residing in emergency shelters whose lives have been affected by family violence and domestic violence. We also support and nourish youth in crisis in youth programs across the country. Our hands-on soup making events provide hundreds of liters of soup to women shelters and programs for youth in crisis right across the country.…

Photo of South Winnipeg Family Information Centre South Winnipeg Family Information Centre

South Winnipeg Family Information Centre (originally known as Fort Garry Family Life Centre) was established in the fall of 1974 as a result of community interest. The basic aim of establishing a family centre at that time was to provide programs and information to enhance the quality of family life in the community.

40 years later, we continue to be proud of the hundreds of volunteers who have contributed to the services of our Centre.…

Photo of Southern Chiefs’ Organization Southern Chiefs’ Organization

We, the Chiefs of the Southern First Nations of Manitoba, hereby agree to establish an independent political forum to protect, preserve, promote, and enhance First Nations peoples’ inherent rights, languages, customs, and traditions through the application and implementation of the spirit and intent of the Treaty-making process.

Photo of Spark Winnipeg Spark Winnipeg

We build short-term, skill-specific projects that strengthen Winnipeg’s community organizations, enabling them to move ahead with their important work.

To make sure our matches are high impact, we’re dedicated to finding the right professional to meet an organization’s needs: we think about the skills, experience, personalities, and causes each side is passionate about, and bring the right folks together.…

Photo of Spence Neighbourhood Association Spence Neighbourhood Association

Mission: The Spence Neighbourhood Association works with the people of Spence to revitalize and renew their community in the areas of Holistic Housing, Community Connecting, Community Economic Development, Environment and Open Spaces, and Youth & Families.

Vision: Spence Neighbourhood: Welcome Home.

Photo of Sscope Inc. Sscope Inc.

Our membership focuses on individuals with mental health issues who feel able to or ready to return to work. The responsibility can be daunting at first and in many cases, re-socialization relating to work can cause anxiety. Individuals may have been marginalized and unable to obtain or manage employment through regular channels. It is with this mindful awareness that SSCOPE engages with our members.…

Photo of St. Boniface Hospital (SBH) Foundation St. Boniface Hospital (SBH) Foundation

Inspired by the legacy of the Grey Nuns and energized by the passion of donors, St. Boniface Hospital Foundation raises funds to support research and health care excellence at St. Boniface Hospital.

Launched in 1971, St. Boniface Hospital Foundation:
-helps donors make informed and thoughtful philanthropic decisions that are meaningful to them;
-engages the corporate community through philanthropy, sponsorship, and volunteerism;
-tells the stories of St.…

Photo of Status of Women – Government of Manitoba Status of Women – Government of Manitoba

Our objectives are:

-Promote gender equality and the equal participation of all women in society
-Improve the economic, legal, social and health status of women
-Contribute to ending exploitation and violence against women

We work to:

-identify the needs and concerns of Manitoba women
-raise awareness of issues affecting women
-partner with community organizations and other government departments to promote gender equality
-bring the concerns and aspirations of women to the provincial government and ensure they are integrated into government programs, policies and legislation

Photo of Street Connections Street Connections

Street Connections is a mobile public health service. Our goal is to reduce the spread of sexually-transmitted and blood-borne infections (STBBIs), including hepatitis C and HIV, and reduce other drug-related harms.

We are part of Healthy Sexuality and Harm Reduction in the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority’s (WRHA) Population and Public Health Program.…

Photo of Sunshine Fund Sunshine Fund

The Sunshine Fund enables Manitoba children who do not have the financial means through parents, guardians or agencies, an opportunity to attend an accredited Manitoba summer camp.

To date the Sunshine Fund has raised over $5.0 million dollars and has provided over 20,000 summer camp experiences.

If you would like to apply for assistance from the Sunshine Fund for sending your child to camp, please contact us for an application form by calling (204)784-1130.…

Photo of Sunshine House Sunshine House

Sunshine House is a community drop-in and resource centre focusing on harm reduction, population health promotion, and social inclusion. We are a gap-filling organization that works with folks in under-served populations, providing programming that fulfills people’s social, community, and recreational needs. We use a harm reduction approach in our programming, meaning that people come as they are, and are not expected to be ‘clean’ or sober.

Photo of Sustainable Building Manitoba Sustainable Building Manitoba

Sustainable Building Manitoba Inc. was incorporated in 2005 as a non-profit organization.  Since that time the organization has been focused on its Vision of “A sustainable built environment in Manitoba.

In order to make this Vision a reality, the organization’s Mission is “To be a leader, showcase local innovation, and inspire our stakeholders to create life-enhancing environments. 

Photo of Syrian Assembly of Manitoba (SAM) Syrian Assembly of Manitoba (SAM)
204 202-1552

The Syrian Assembly of Manitoba (SAM) is a social not for profit organization which primarily consists of people of Syrian origin that live in Manitoba; it serves as a representative for the Syrian community which has been rapidly growing over the years in the province of Manitoba.

Photo of Take Pride Winnipeg! Take Pride Winnipeg!

Take Pride Winnipeg! is a registered Canadian charity whose mission is to inspire community pride, raise public awareness and promote citizen responsibility in making the city of Winnipeg clean and beautiful. Through special funding, the organization is able to offer some of its programs province-wide. Become a Donor and support our programming all year long.…

Photo of Teen Stop Jeunesse  Teen Stop Jeunesse 

Teen Stop Jeunesse provides opportunity for personal growth and development to people in need of a helping hand by creating a feeling of belonging and acceptance in a home away from home atmosphere. All of our programs are available to any youth (aged 8-18) who would like to participate. TSJ wants the youth to know that no matter what their interests are or their personal situation is our staff care about them and are willing to listen.…

Photo of Tetra Society of North America – Winnipeg Chapter Tetra Society of North America – Winnipeg Chapter

At Tetra, our focus is to find solutions to overcome environmental barriers faced by people with disabilities. While these environmental barriers  are still a part of the journey, we believe Tetra solutions help foster greater independence, quality of life, and inclusion.

Photo of The Congress of Black Women of Manitoba The Congress of Black Women of Manitoba

Welcome to The Congress of Black Women of  Manitoba Inc. (COBW). COBW is a non-profit organization which works to enhance the consciousness, education and rights of Black Women in Manitoba. The organization was founded on International Women’s Day, March 8th, 1981.

Photo of The Kindred Project The Kindred Project

We will provide Period Packs to homeless and underprivileged women living in and around Winnipeg. They will be distributed through organizations that work with women in need.

These packs will come in 4 different varieties and each will have extras such as feminine/baby wipes, new or disposable underwear.

 – RED PACK will have 15 tampons,10 pads + extras.…

Photo of The Nellie McClung Foundation The Nellie McClung Foundation

The Nellie McClung Foundation strives to educate the public about Nellie’s passion and achievements in the pursuit of women’s and human rights.

Photo of The Winnipeg Children’s Access Agency The Winnipeg Children’s Access Agency

WCAA is a non-profit, charitable organization whose mission is to facilitate contact between children and their family members in a safe, neutral and child-focused environment.

We offer supervised visits and supervised exchanges (also referred to as “transfers”) for families who have experienced some level of conflict in their relationships.

We act as an independent body whose primary goal is to ensure the safety and wellbeing of children by providing a secure and comfortable environment in which visitation and exchanges can occur.…

Photo of Thrive Community Support Circle Thrive Community Support Circle

Our Mission: Thrive Community Support Circle is an inner-city agency dedicated to offering services that support women, men, pregnant women, children; in all stages , to cultivate life, to empower individuals and to grow community.

Our Philosophy: We believe in the potential of people and communities to grow and create change in a positive way.…

Photo of Transplant Manitoba Transplant Manitoba

Transplant Manitoba consists of five dynamic teams dedicated to caring for individuals before and after transplant, and includes the Gift of Life, the program responsible for coordinating and supporting organ donation in the province.

Our goal is to become a leader in access to transplantation for Manitobans.

Photo of Treaty Relations Commission of Manitoba Treaty Relations Commission of Manitoba

The Treaty Relations Commission of Manitoba (TRCM) is a neutral body, created through a partnership between the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs (AMC) and Canada with a mandate to strengthen, rebuild and enhance the Treaty relationship and mutual respect between First Nations and Manitobans as envisaged by the Treaty Parties.

The TRCM will enhance and maintain positive intergovernmental relations and cooperation, conduct independent research that advances discussion on Treaty related issues, and facilitate public understanding of the importance and role of Treaty making in building a stronger and healthier nation.

Photo of True North Youth Foundation True North Youth Foundation

Mission: The True North Youth Foundation serves as the entity through which The Winnipeg Jets Hockey Club performs its philanthropic responsibilities to the Province of Manitoba. It fulfills this obligation by supporting registered charities within our community who focus on the youth of our province and by developing and operating programs that serve disadvantaged kids.…

Photo of Tungasugit Inc. Tungasugit Inc.

Tungasugit is committed to promoting and enhancing the quality of life for Inuit within Manitoba through the provision of culturally sensitive programs and services, in English and Inuktitut, and to orient Inuit to the Southern culture and environment.

Photo of Turning Leaf Support Turning Leaf Support

Turning Leaf is a non-profit charitable organization dedicated to providing crisis and treatment services to those experiencing intellectual challenge and mental illness. These services are made up of caring, skilled community members. They are also deeply committed to working with the participant in addressing the seemingly insurmountable obstacles that those experiencing intellectual challenge and/or mental illness face every day: discrimination, poverty, stigma, isolation, loneliness.

Photo of Two Spirited People of Manitoba Inc. Two Spirited People of Manitoba Inc.

We are a community-based organization focused on helping make the world around us a better, happier place. With the help of our tireless staff, we organize fundraisers, exciting community-building events, and in-depth training sessions for our volunteers.

Photo of Umunna (Igbo) Cultural Association of Manitoba Umunna (Igbo) Cultural Association of Manitoba

The Umunna (Igbo) Cultural Association of Manitoba Inc. is a non-profit organization. The Association has been active and functional for more than twenty years in the Community. Key among the activities of this Association are their participation in Folklorama, Volunteer services to Habitat for Humanity, participation in the CIBC run for the cure of Breast Cancer and lastly our biennial Igbo-Festival where we showcase our food and culture to the wider Winnipeg society.…


Unifor is Canada’s largest private sector union, with more than 310,000 members across the country, working in every major sector of the Canadian economy.

Unifor brings a modern approach to unionism: adopting new tools, involving and engaging our members, and always looking for new ways to develop the role and approach of our union to meet the demands of the 21st century.…

Photo of United Way of Winnipeg United Way of Winnipeg

The history of United Way Winnipeg dates back to 1965 when it was created through a partnership between the Winnipeg Labour Council and the Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce with a mandate:

“…to provide financing for such non-profit charitable, benevolent, health and welfare organizations in a more adequate manner than the former method involving many independent appeals for funds.” – The United Way of Winnipeg Incorporation Act

United Way Winnipeg is an autonomous, non-profit organization governed by a volunteer Board of Trustees comprising no fewer than 24 members chosen from the community.…

Photo of University of Winnipeg Foundation University of Winnipeg Foundation

The University of Winnipeg Foundation is a registered and incorporated charitable public foundation dedicated to fundraising and asset stewardship in support of the University’s mission and vision.

Our Vision: To strengthen, deepen, and advance The University of Winnipeg.

Our Mission: To create a long-term income stream to meet the Vision.

With your help, the Foundation will build legacies for The University of Winnipeg, enabling the University to better meet the needs and inspire the dreams of students, creating limitless possibilities for the future.

Photo of Urban Circle Training Centre Urban Circle Training Centre

At Urban Circle, our goal is to provide culturally appropriate education and training to First Nations, Metis, and Inuit women and men in Winnipeg. Since 1991, we have offered certified programming that connects to both our cultural teachings and labour-market demands. At our Centre, students are provided with a sense of belonging and community, and we are committed to enriching the quality of their educational experience by providing them with opportunities for personal growth and success.

Photo of UWSA LGBT* Centre UWSA LGBT* Centre

The LGBT* Centre is a safe, social space, open to all students with an open and inclusive view of sexuality and gender diversity.

Photo of UWSA Women-Trans Spectrum Centre UWSA Women-Trans Spectrum Centre

The Women-Trans Spectrum Centre is an accessible and inclusive resource centre for women and trans students.  The centre offers free resources, including free condoms (exterior and interior), lubricant, dental dams, as well as free pads, tampons, and pregnancy tests.  The centre also has safer sex info, a telephone, computer, microwave, and an extensive lending library with material on sexuality, Indigenous issues, pornography, ecology, art, feminist theory, and more.…

Photo of Variety, the Children’s Charity of Manitoba Variety, the Children’s Charity of Manitoba

Our Vision

To be the premiere children’s charity in Manitoba that raises sustainable funds to provide help and hope to children of all abilities, one child at a time.

Our Mission

Stepping in where government, healthcare, and other funding ends to provide direct assistance to children in Manitoba living with special needs and/or economic disadvantage.

Photo of Villa Rosa Villa Rosa

Villa Rosa is a prenatal and postnatal residence in Winnipeg, MB, offering a wide variety of programs in a safe and nurturing environment. Any single, pregnant woman or new mother in need may access our services.

Villa Rosa’s mission is to provide support to mothers, babies and their families during and after pregnancy.

Photo of Volunteer Manitoba Volunteer Manitoba

Volunteer Manitoba is proud to promote and encourage volunteerism to all Manitobans. We provide information, training and resources for volunteers, non-profit organizations, charities and community groups. Our vital contributions to the community include connecting people with volunteer opportunities, promoting volunteerism, and providing leadership and counsel in the non-profit sector. We are committed to supporting individuals and groups as they develop and enhance their capacity to meet community needs in the province.…

Photo of Wa Ni Ska Tan Hydro Alliance Wa Ni Ska Tan Hydro Alliance

Wa Ni Ska Tan is the Cree word for ‘Wake Up’ or to ‘Rise up’. The Wa Ni Ska Tan Hydro Alliance, WHA, or Hydro Alliance emerged out of the priorities and voices of impacted Indigenous communities. It consists of representatives from 24 Cree (Ininew/Inniniwak), Anishinaabe, and Métis nations; 22 researchers; 14 social justice and environmental NGOs; nine universities from Canada and the US; and multiple levels of government.

Photo of Wahbung Abinoonjiiag Inc. Wahbung Abinoonjiiag Inc.

Wahbung Abinoonjiiag was established to empower children and their families to break the cycle of violence.

We do this by providing opportunities for holistic healing through culturally-appropriate teachings and activities in a safe and nurturing environment.

Photo of Warm Toes Warm Toes

Imagine a group of people assisting low-income community members with warm clothing. With the help of family and friends, that’s exactly what we’re doing. We raise money to buy warm socks for children, teens, and adults.

Our Mission: To create a caring community where people meet, encourage, and help people who find themselves with limited resources.…

Photo of Wayfinders Manitoba Wayfinders Manitoba

Every kid deserves a chance at education, community and a brighter, better future.

We are a community-based mentorship and outreach program that aims to provide that chance to high-school-aged students who might not otherwise get it.

We support these students in their high school journey and provide the encouragement so many need to graduate and make successful transitions to post-secondary experiences.…

Photo of West Broadway Community Organization West Broadway Community Organization

The West Broadway Community Organization (WBCO) is a not-for-profit, charitable organization working to coordinate and support renewal efforts in Winnipeg’s West Broadway neighbourhood.  Together with residents, community-based organizations, businesses, government and other stakeholders, WBCO is committed to achieving collectively identified community economic development goals in West Broadway.

WBCO Mission: West Broadway Community Organization is committed to respecting and supporting West Broadway’s diversity and liveability.…

Photo of West Broadway Youth Outreach West Broadway Youth Outreach

Mission: Provide a safe, fun and caring environment where children are provided opportunities to learn and grow. Free structured programming and positive role models instill a sense of accountability, teach life skills, encourage positive behaviour and support children towards achieving their infinite potential.

Vision: Children realizing their potential

Photo of West Central Community Program West Central Community Program

West Central Community Program (WCCP) is a stable and trusted presence in Winnipeg’s West Central Community, providing high-quality recreational and developmental programming for area youth. The West Central Community comprises of three inner-city neighbourhoods of Spence, St. Matthews and Daniel McIntyre. The WCCP inspired children by:

-Providing a safe place where children feel a sense of belonging;
-Structuring opportunities for growth, skill development and creativity through mentally and physically stimulating activities;
-Being positive role models, and practicing consistency and stability; and
-Creating opportunities to enrich the West Central neighbourhood of Winnipeg

Photo of West Central Women’s Resource Centre West Central Women’s Resource Centre

The West Central Women’s Resource Centre exists to empower women to help themselves, their families and their community to safer, healthier lifestyles. Our home is the diverse West Central neighbourhood of Winnipeg.

Our shared vision is for a healthy, sustainable, equitable, just and peaceful community where women’s knowledge and experience is valued and respected.…

Photo of West End Commons West End Commons

The WestEnd Commons is a project of St Matthews Non Profit Housing Inc., a partnership between Grain of Wheat Church-Community and St Matthew’s Anglican Church.

 The current upper floors of St. Matthew’s Anglican Church have been transformed into 26 homes for families: single parent families, newcomers to Canada, First Nation’s families, people with mental health challenges, and others.…

Photo of Westland Foundation Westland Foundation

Westland Foundation’s focus on higher education for inner-Winnipeg students is based on known benefits realized by post-secondary graduates: access to a broader spectrum of career options and increased qualifications to successfully compete for jobs and promotions.

As more inner-Winnipeg students pursue post-secondary studies, there will be social and economic spin-off benefits throughout inner-Winnipeg neighbourhoods.…

Photo of WHEAT Institute WHEAT Institute

WHEAT Institute offers top-quality training programs in Art Therapy, Drama Therapy and Expressive Arts Therapy. We are committed to using the universal language of the arts for healing, self awareness and social justice.

Through creative self expression, harmonizing with nature, and celebration of our cultural origins, WHEAT Institute fosters physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well-being through a culturally conscious, social justice lens.…

Photo of Wii Chiiwaakanak Learning Centre Wii Chiiwaakanak Learning Centre


The Wii Chiiwaakanak Learning Centre is a community partnership initiative that provides educational and capacity building opportunities. It is designed to reflect our neighbours’ needs for an educational gathering place that is inclusive and accessible.…

Photo of Willow Place Willow Place

Willow Place is a family violence agency supporting transformation, healing and healthy relationships. We were incorporated in April 2015, maintaining Manitoba’s long standing tradition of providing services for women and their children who have experienced family violence.

We provide:

-24-hour Crisis Line;
-Emergency shelter in Winnipeg for women and their children leaving family violence situations;
-One to one and group counselling;
-Follow-up services;
-Advocacy and links to community supports;
-Outreach and prevention services

Photo of Winnipeg Boldness Project Winnipeg Boldness Project

The Winnipeg Boldness Project is an initiative that is working alongside the North End community to improve outcomes for young children in the Point Douglas area.

It has been proven that children do some of their most important development in the first nine months and the first five years of their life. This means that if a child does not have the proper conditions and supports for development at this young age they will likely struggle throughout their education, which ultimately could affect the entire outcome of their lives.…

Photo of Winnipeg Foundation Winnipeg Foundation

We want to help you give back to our community by connecting you with causes important to you For Good. We are an endowment-based organization, so your gift continues to give Forever.

Truth and Reconciliation: We are committed to work with everyone in our community towards a shared goal of reconciliation. A copy of the Philanthropic Community’s Declaration of Action was signed in 2015 by both The Foundation’s Board Chair and Chief Executive Officer, and helps guide our strategic direction.…

Photo of Winnipeg General Membership Branch of the Industrial Workers of the World Winnipeg General Membership Branch of the Industrial Workers of the World

The IWW is a union for all workers, a union dedicated to organizing on the job, in our industries and in our communities both to win better conditions today and to build a world without bosses, a world in which production and distribution are organized by workers ourselves to meet the needs of the entire population, not merely a handful of exploiters.…

Photo of Winnipeg Harvest Winnipeg Harvest

Winnipeg Harvest is a non-profit, community-based organization committed to providing food to people who struggle to feed themselves and their families. We are also committed to maximizing public awareness of hunger while working towards long-term solutions to hunger and poverty. Founded in 1984, Winnipeg Harvest opened its doors July 1, 1985. Our immediate goal was, and continues to be, to feed hungry people.…

Photo of Winnipeg Labour Council Winnipeg Labour Council

The Winnipeg Labour Council (WLC) is this region’s “House of Labour”, or central labour body. Just as workers unite in a union to protect their rights, union locals unite in the Labour Council to further their aims and objectives. The WLC promotes the goals of the labour movement in Winnipeg at the municipal level.

Since it was founded in 1894, the Labour Council has served and represented workers in Winnipeg.…

Photo of Winnipeg Raging Grannies for Social Justice Winnipeg Raging Grannies for Social Justice

The Winnipeg gaggle of Raging Grannies supports social justice causes, including environmental justice, affordable housing and human rights.

Photo of Winnipeg Syrian Refugee and Other Newcomers Employment Project Winnipeg Syrian Refugee and Other Newcomers Employment Project

By definition, a refugee is an individual who is forced from their country in order to escape war, persecution, or natural disaster.

The people in our organization are no different. They come from countries where war and natural disaster have forced them to drop their lives and seek refuge.

Having found asylum in Canada, they have found their refuge,  but like you and me, they still need to support their families.…

Photo of Winnipeg’s Got Sole! Winnipeg’s Got Sole!

Winnipeg’s Got Sole was established by Frendell Cano, Jerry Legaspi and Johann Generao as a non-profit Winnipeg charity in 2013. The charity is focused on providing safe events and programs to further contribute to the growing Winnipeg sneakerhead scene while promoting charity amongst our community and city.

  • Winnipeg’s Got Sole promotes shoe releases and events through their social networks.
Photo of Winnipeg’s Indigenous Accord Winnipeg’s Indigenous Accord

Winnipeg’s Indigenous Accord was unanimously adopted by City Council on March 22, 2017, marking an important step forward in the City of Winnipeg’s Journey of Reconciliation.

Winnipeg’s Indigenous Accord is a living document to guide our shared commitment to the Journey of Reconciliation in Winnipeg.  Our shared commitment is rooted in the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s (TRC) 94 Calls to Action and is guided by the commitments and principles contained in the Accord.  …

Photo of WISE Kid-Netic Energy WISE Kid-Netic