Tea for Wii Chii
Help us raise $15,000 to support programming at The Wii Chiiwaakanak Learning Centre, a community partnership initiative that provides pathways to educational and capacity building opportunities.
Support Canadian Writers
Internationally acclaimed author Carol Shields was a prominent figure at The University of Winnipeg as a Writer-In-Residence (1988) and Chancellor (1996-2000). Although her career reached astounding heights, she understood what it was like to be a struggling writer.
Matching Gift Offer: Help Support Métis Students at The University of Winnipeg
Help support Métis students at The University of Winnipeg and The Manitoba Metis Federation will MATCH your donation 2 to 1.
Help Save The Poweshiek Skipperling From Extinction
Please join us in our efforts to save the Poweshiek Skipperling by supporting critical research and recovery activities and by sharing this page with others. Your gift will make a big difference in ensuring this crucial work can continue without delay. You will also be helping students gain important hands-on experience in their field of study. All donations are tax deductible.
Help Support The Marsha Hanen Global Dialogue and Ethics Fund
Our goal is to raise $20,000.00 for the Marsha Hanen Global Dialogue and Ethics Fund. Your contribution, big or small, will go a long way in helping us support students at The University of Winnipeg.
Lindor Reynolds Youth-in-Care Tuition Waiver Bursary
Lindor led with her heart, in print and in her activity in the community where she spoke often and ardently of the need to protect the rights of the most vulnerable among us.
Help Save Our Bats
Dr. Craig Willis is a Professor and Researcher at UWinnipeg. With his students, Dr. Willis is conducting important bat conservation research.
Merchants Corner will become a host and a catalyst for a positive shift in Winnipeg’s North End. If you share our vision of building stronger and healthier communities, please consider supporting this important initiative.
Help Launch A Storybook App for Pīsim Finds Her Miskanow
Accompanied by a teacher’s guide and supplemented by the picture book and the archaeological study that preceded it, the digital text will be useful in classrooms for teaching Canadian history in new interactive ways. It will also be a lot of fun to play!