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It’s official. Boys and Girls Clubs of Winnipeg has become BGC Winnipeg. Not to be trendy. Not because it’s shorter or catchier. But because we open our doors to all kids and teens and we believe our name should reflect that.
The Boys and Girls Clubs of Winnipeg Annual General Meeting will be held on Thursday, April 29th starting at 6:00 p.m. Due to the ongoing pandemic this meeting will be held by video conference.
Although our physical Clubs are still closed, we are excited to offer a wide selection of FREE Virtual Programs for different age groups. Register today to join us for some fun games and activities from the comfort and safety of your home.
Food Hampers and Virtual Programs – How Boys and Girls Clubs of Winnipeg Innovated to Make a Real Difference
When the COVID-19 pandemic forced Boys and Girls Clubs of Winnipeg (BGCW) to shut down its in-person programming, the agency got creative.
While parents and teachers are wondering what school will look like come September, Ron Brown is concerned about where children will be heading once class is dismissed.
Normally at this time of year you would receive a message from me asking you to support our annual 100 Mile Dinner. As we know this is not a normal year due to COVID-19 and we have made the decision to cancel this year’s dinner.
He won’t be able to take hundreds of Winnipeggers out to the ball game this year, but that won’t stop local businessman Earl Barish from delivering the fun.
Manitoba has a lower amount of disease compared to other parts of Canada, but it doesn’t mean families aren’t feeling the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Strange. Unprecedented. Uncertain. Whichever label we choose to describe these times, the subtext is the same — a need for stability.
The Len Hiller award is an employee nominated award in memory of Len Hiller, a dedicated volunteer and employee at our Aberdeen Club.
The largest school division in Winnipeg is putting together food hampers to make sure thousands of students who rely on school meal programs don't go hungry during the pandemic.