The Winnipeg Police Service issued eight grants totalling $10,285.00 for 2019.
African Communities of Manitoba (I-Belong Project)
Candace House (Re: Healing Haven Program)
Salvation Army Heritage Park Temple (Re Kids Klub Meals)
Centerpoint Church (Re Discovery Day Camp)
Rossbrook House (Re: After-School Indigenous Cultural Program)
Boys and Girls Clubs (Re: Aberdeen Club Summer Program)
Cheque payable to: Snowflake Place (Re: Parking Program)
St. John Ambulance for Manitoba Council (Re: Therapy Dog Program)
The Winnipeg Police Service issued eight grants totalling $7,578.00 for 2018.
Emmanual Mission Church for their Youth/Children Summer Learning Program - $939.00
Candace House for their Healing Haven Program - $1000.00
Salvation Army Heritage Park Temple for their Re Kids Club Program - $700.00
Centerpoint Church for their Discovery Day Camp - $939.00
Rossbrook House for their After-School Indigenous Cultural Program - $1000.00
Boys and Girls Clubs for their Aberdeen Club Summer Program - $1500.00
Bear Clan Patrol for the Bear Clan Patrol - $1500.00
The Winnipeg Police Service issued five grants totalling $4,576.00 for 2017.
Received funds for Performance/Provincial Teams for financial support and aids program for athletes participating in the programs
Snowflake Place for Children and Youth Inc.
Received grant funds to assist care-givers of children attending the Centre
The Salvation Army Heritage Park Temple
Received funds for meals for after school program
Discovery Day Camp/ Centerpoint Church
Funds received for summer day camp
Residential Gang Exit Program
Received grant funds for employee educational training
The Winnipeg Police Service is pleased to announce that two grants totaling $2,960.00 have been made for 2016.
Emmanuel Mission Church - Youth/Children Summer Learning Program
Received $1, 480.00 for a summer youth program to keep participants engaged during the summer months. The program included field trips, academic support (reading writing, math, and language skills) and access to educational experiences through recreation, sports, and art activities.
Immigrant Women’s Association of Manitoba Inc.
Received $1,480.00 to fund 3 workshop/seminars. The goal was to introduce the idea of entrepreneurship to the women the organization supports. The sessions included;
start up/money management, skill development – computer workshop - marketing and social media
skill development – caterings services.
The Winnipeg Police Service is proud to announce the first grant in the history of the fund totaling $1,000.00 has been made for 2015.
St. Aidan’s Christian School
Received $1000.00 to purchase basketball and soccer equipment for after school programs for youth ages 9–12 years.
The programs will provide at risk youth in the core of Winnipeg an opportunity to become involved in positive activities with the potential to enhance their self-esteem, self-discipline and learn the value of team.
May 1, 2019
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