We have pulled together this calendar of some of the resources that will be operating over the holidays. For additional details on hours and programming for each day, please click on the date of interest. We know that a lot of people struggle, as do those trying to walk along side them. Many organizations however have to close down over the holidays as that is one way they can ensure their staff are able to re-energize for the challenges ahead. Please feel free to share widely!
With Love From Mom is a Christmas Campaign to get children gifts from their mom’s who are incarcerated this Christmas. Donations accepted at 1572 Dublin Ave or you can donate money online here. SCO requests that donations be dropped off … Continue reading →
Join us for our 2019 Annual General Meeting at 10 am on Thursday, November 21 at the Ma Mawi – 445 King Street. The Restorative Justice Association of Manitoba (RJAM) is a community and grassroots initiative with the goal of transforming our … Continue reading →
The Winnipeg Data Consortium purchases consistent socio-economic data from national sources, including the Census, for locally defined geographies, such as Winnipeg’s neighbourhoods and Manitoba’s Regional Health Authorities. This supports government and community groups/departments in policy analysis, research, and evidence-based decision-making. … Continue reading →
The Winnipeg Street Census 2018 was conducted in April, marking our second attempt to gain a comprehensive view of homelessness in Winnipeg. The aim was to provide a snapshot of those experiencing homelessness, some of the reasons for it, and barriers … Continue reading →
Make Poverty History Manitoba (MPHM) is a coalition committed to changing public policy to achieve a Manitoba without poverty. The coalition is a multi-sectoral collaborative coalition representing business, education, student, youth, Aboriginal, newcomer, labour, women’s, disability, urban, rural, and northern communities. The … Continue reading →
Immigration Partnership Winnipeg (IPW) helps create a community that has a strong desire and capacity to receive newcomers and make them feel at home. IPW is a Local Immigration Partnership (LIP). LIPs are multi-sectoral collectives that bring a new form … Continue reading →