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Giving Challenge

November 14, 2023

Now is the time to help our community flourish forever! Morden, Plum Coulee and Winkler Community Foundation’s encourages residents of their communities to make a gift between Nov. 13 – 19 as part of the Endow Manitoba Giving Challenge.

Help Winkler Community Foundation reach their Giving Challenge goal of $50,000. For this week only, every gift will be stretched by The Winnipeg Foundation, the Manitoba government, the City of Winkler and 13 local businesses – increasing the amount the local Foundation receives.

Online gifts can be made securely through our website Winkler Community Foundation or Cash or cheques can be dropped off at our NEW office location- L-2 880 15th Street or at City Hall in the drop-off box on the south side of the building. Contact Myra Peters, Executive Director for more giving options.

The Winnipeg Foundation and the Manitoba government are committed to the growth of community foundations across Manitoba, each providing a maximum stretch of $2,000 per foundation. Each Foundation can receive up to $4,000 in stretch funding when they raise a minimum of $10,000.

In Winkler, the stretch will go even further as 14 local businesses have also committed to being stretching sponsors up to $2000 each. Winkler’s stretching sponsors include: City of Winkler, Triple E, Kroeker Farms, Southern Potato, ProTec Plumbing and Heating, Heat Master, Sunvalley Tire, Parkland Place, Serious Marketing, Access Credit Union, Elias Woodwork, Jim Smith Accounting, Winkler Concrete, and Green Valley Equipment.

“This is a great opportunity to support your local Foundation,” says Corey Hildebrand, Chairperson of the Winkler Community Foundation. “Of course, we welcome gifts at any time, but giving between Nov. 13 – 19 means extra support. We’re so excited to see what our community can accomplish!”

Donations to a community foundation are pooled and permanently invested. Gifts are never spent and the money will always stay in the community. Every year, these investments generate money that is distributed to support local charitable needs. Community Foundation’s provides local support that lasts forever.

Manitoba is home to 56 community foundations – more than any other area of the country. Every year, these foundations invest millions of dollars into a wide range of local charitable projects. They help ensure our hometowns are vibrant and thriving.


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