Organizations/ Charities Serving the Community
Amyotrophic lateral Sclerosis (ALS), otherwise known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease, is a fatal, rapidly progressive neuromuscular disease that affects approximately 3,000 Canadians and more than 250 Manitobans.
Providing vocational and rehabilitation services, and employment for persons with physical, developmental, emotional or social disabilities.
Works to fund research and educational initiatives of practical importance to excellence in long term care and to provide funding for facilities, programs, services and equipment designed to improve the quality of life for all Manitobans.
Works to support the special healthcare needs of children through reliable and consistent funding of pediatric medical research, as well as equipment and programs at Children’s Hospital of Winnipeg.
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Riverview Heath Centre
A state-of-the-art 387-bed facility equipped to meet the needs of rehabilitation and long term care patients and residents.
Working to reduce poverty and assist in the renewal of primarily inner city communities by providing capacity building services that assist low-income individuals, groups, organizations and economically distressed neighborhoods to improve their social and economic vitality.
There for Winnipeg’s less fortunate – those whose dreams of significance turned into nightmares of addiction, mental illness, unemployment, shame and powerlessness.
A free, local publication with entertaining and useful information for seniors. On their web site you’ll find current and past issues, services for seniors, upcoming events, photos and more.
A government of Canada web page that has links to information about services for Manitoba seniors available from federal, provincial and municipal governments.
SAM has provided services and programs to stroke survivors and their family members in Manitoba since 1973.
Has raised more than $22 million in Manitoba to meet the special needs of children of all abilities.
A non-profit organization that collects and shares surplus food with people who are hungry.
St-Boniface Hospital Foundation is focused is on achieving excellence in fundraising through the principles of transparency, accountability, and efficiency. Our passion for these principles drives our success.