The 5th annual National Conference on Ending Homelessness is taking place in Winnipeg from October 25 to 27, 2017.
Highlights from our second year: 2016-17. Our work cannot occur without our community’s commitment.
An exhibition of work by local artist Leonard Bighetty is being held at Maison des Artistes.
We are looking for individuals who have experience with homelessness or who are familiar with Winnipeg’s inner city to work on a research project focusing on homelessness.
The Power of Collective Impact – there are social issues in our community that require us to come together to resolve.
Join us as we officially launch the 2017 Winnipeg Street Health Survey project on April 27, 2017 at 11:00 at Thunderbird House. Everyone is welcome!
End Homelessness Winnipeg is hosting The Push for Change in Winnipeg on April 20, 2017. Walk with Joe Roberts to raise awareness and funds to prevent youth homelessness. walk-with-joe-in-wpg
Finding Her Home – A Gender-Based Analysis of the
Homelessness Crisis in Winnipeg report was launched on March 8, 2017.
211 Manitoba is a searchable online database that provides information on government, health and social services throughout Manitoba.
Why HOPE is Important. Let’s explore the role that hope plays in ending homelessness.