United Way Winnipeg and End Homelessness Winnipeg are working to find long-term, wraparound solutions to homelessness, helping people move from poverty to possibility.
Warm winter wear not only protects kids from the elements on the coldest of days but improves children’s emotional and developmental well-being, too. Koats for Kids is a welcome relief for families already on a tight budget.
Connie Walker, President & CEO of United Way Winnipeg, will retire in the spring of 2023.
Walk This Way 2022 is a testament to the dedication of Winnipeggers to do whatever it takes to help each other in times of need.
211, in partnership with the Province of Manitoba, is working to ensure all Ukrainians and newcomers can find any assistance they need. 211 connects callers in more than 150 languages—including Ukrainian—to an extensive network of local social, health, and government services.
United Way Winnipeg and the Winnipeg Labour Council are joining forces to collect donations of menstrual products for people in our community.
Winnipeg Labour activists’ contributions recognized at United Way Winnipeg and Winnipeg Labour Council 2021 Labour Community Awards.
Join us May 12 at noon at Manitoba Building Trades to witness and celebrate the recipient’s meaningful contribution to improving the quality of life in our city.
United Way Winnipeg donors working with the Manitoba Government to invest $4,900,000 in post-pandemic mental health and addiction recovery supports
To help address the growing mental health, addictions crisis, and recovery needs of people across the province, the Manitoba government has partnered with United Way Winnipeg.
Youth United has created a report detailing the effects of the pandemic on our city’s young people. The report focuses on impacts on mental health and coping strategies, relationships, and social and community connections.