We are a non-profit organization bringing recognition to Winnipeg's outstanding contributors.
The Winnipeg Boys and Girls Clubs is a community-based, youth serving agency operating in Winnipeg for 25 years. Our mission is to provide children and youth of diverse social and cultural backgrounds a safe, challenging environment and the opportunities necessary to acquire skills that will enable them to realize their potential. We accomplish our mission through 6 youth drop-in centers and numerous youth development programs that offer employment preparation, leadership development, sports, recreation, computers, arts, education, and cultural activities. All of the activities are free and designed to be both developmental and preventative. Last year, over 3000 children and youth participated in our programs and events.
Sport Manitoba, as the leadership and umbrella organization for amateur sport, provides ongoing support to over 90 recognized sport organizations including 76 independent Provincial Sport Organizations(PSOs). Assistance is provided in the form of grants and administrative services; as well as sport development programs such as the National Cooaches Certification Program (NCCP), the Manitoba Games and Team Manitoba's participation in the Canada and Western Canada Games. CEntrally located at 200 Main Street in Winnipeg, Sport Manitoba also provides office space and meeting room-conference facilities to support the organizational needs of over 30,000 volunteers.
Age and Opportunity promotes the health and wellness of Winnipeg's older adults as a committed organization providing services, education and advocacy.
The Coalition to Save the Elms, Manitoba Inc. is a non-profit charitable organization dedicated to the stewardship of the elm and other trees, forests and the urban environment.
To provide children with mentors for friendship, support and guidance. Our mission is simple. Our vision is clear. With your support we can achieve both and continue to play a vital role in the lives of hundreds of children in our community.
The objective of the Association is to encourage and develop the co-operation of its members as a managment association for the purpose of leading the development of policing in Manitoba and representing police leadership to the people, Minister of Justice, and the Government of Manitoba.
Take Pride Winnipeg! currentlyoffers nine programs throughout the year for students, schools, community groups, businesses and individuals across the city.
Established in 1991, the Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization of Manitoba Inc. (IRCOM) is a not-for-profit agency that offers a host of services to newcomer families, including post-initial settlement, transitional housing, education and recreation programs for children, youth and adults, English as a Second Language tutoring, referrals, and community-based crime prevention. IRCOM operates out of a five-story apartment building in downtown Winnipeg called IRCOM House.
The Centre for Suicide Prevention has three main branches - The Suicide Information & Education Collection (SIEC) is a special library and resource centre providing information on suicide and suicidal behaviour. The Suicide Prevention Training Programs (SPTP) branch provides caregiver training in suicide intervention, awareness, bereavement, crisis management and related topics. Suicide Prevention Research Projects (SPRP) advocates for, and supports research on suicide and suicidal behaviour.
Established in 1931, in the time of the Great Depression, a Minister of the United Church started a second-hand store from the remainders of a rummage sale. His goals were a) to offer employment to those who could not find employment due to the Great Depression and b) to offer Manitoban citizens, items which they need at a low-price.