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Winnipeg Chapter

Meeting Needs in a Time of Physical Distancing

The impact COVID-19 has made on our world is unprecedented. Our entire nation is striving to stay indoors and maintain physical distance so as to ensure the safety of not only ourselves, but our neighbours as well. And while the pandemic has forced us all to stay at home, the

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“Teamwork makes the dream work”

“Teamwork makes the dream work” – this couldn’t be more true for the Winnipeg chapter of HOPE worldwide Canada. As we reflect on the past year in celebrating our amazing volunteers there are many examples of collaboration with community groups and volunteers working together to bring hope and change lives!

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Kimberlee Potter recognized with Volunteer of the Year Award

Congratulations to Kimberlee Potter, our Co-Country Director. At the recent HOPE worldwide Global conference in San Diego, Kimberlee was recognised for her dedication and outstanding volunteer work with the “HOPE worldwide Volunteer of the Year” award. We are excited to share this great news with you. Kimberlee is passionate about

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HOPE Worldwide Canada at the 2019 Ride For Refuge

We would like to say a huge “Thank You!” to everyone who participated in this year’s Ride for Refuge. Every year, HOPE worldwide Canada participates in this event to raise funds for local charities that provide refuge and hope for some of the most vulnerable people on earth. This year

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Busy Month of June for Winnipeg

June was a busy month for Winnipeg HOPE volunteers! We started off the month on June 9 by helping with the Centennial Neighbourhood clean-up, the hearts of the volunteers wanting to not just improve the neighbourhood visually, but also to help make it feel more like a community.  Twenty-two volunteers,

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Eating Breakfast for a great cause!

On the crisp and early morning of Saturday April 10th our Winnipeg Chapter hosted a Breakfast Fundraiser in support of the Centers of HOPE in the Philippines. By 8:02 am, the parking lot was full and everything was in full swing.  130 generous people came out for breakfast to support

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