The Winnipeg ICE will dedicate the game on Sunday, April 10th at 5:00 pm to BGC Winnipeg. The ICE will host the Medicine Hat Tigers at the ICE Cave inside Wayne Fleming Arena, located on the University of Manitoba campus.
Are you a current or former BGCW Club member who is entering a post-secondary or vocational training program in the fall of 2022? If so, you might qualify for one of BGCW’s scholarships!
This February, HERSHEY’S is helping BGC Winnipeg boost our participation in the national event Pink Shirt Day (February 23), which promotes anti-bullying and inclusivity for all, by providing a grant to run Pink Shirt Day events and activities...
Along with other organizations and people across the country, BGC Canada is commemorating the tenth year of Have a Heart Day.
Working with their school’s BIPOC committee and the Lead UP group at their Club, which provides youth with opportunities to engage in service initiatives that address community needs, BGC Winnipeg young leaders Busayo and Faith...
You are invited to participate in a BGC Winnipeg Holiday Silent Auction online. There might be a package that will turn into a great holiday gift for a friend, family member or colleague.
A fishy Friday fundraiser raised money to support Winnipeg youth programming. All three locations of Fergie’s Fish’n Chips in Winnipeg donated some proceeds of the day’s sales to BGC Winnipeg, formerly known as Boys and Girls Clubs of Winnipeg.
Discovery Lab engages kids in science concepts through an interactive 8-week curriculum that connects science to real world contexts.
Children in a North End Winnipeg neighborhood can continue to get together in a place that’s fun and safe, thanks in part to a $5,000 Healthy Horizons Foundations grant to the Boys and Girls Club (BGC) of Winnipeg for their Aberdeen Club.
The future looks bright for Peace Abajesude. The 17-year-old St. Vital resident, who has just graduated from Dakota Collegiate, one of 26 students from the Prairie provinces of Alberta, Saskatchewan & Manitoba to receive this year’s Ted Rogers Scholarship
When a friend suggested the 27-year-old, Jocelyn McKay, enrol in the youth recreation activity worker program at Red River College, McKay knew she would have the experience to succeed. What she didn’t expect is how many opportunities it would open up.
In hindsight, Kristen Hotomani didn’t have access to proper resources and role models as a kid. She was left yearning for something "better."