RECIPIENT | West Broadway Development Corporation’s Good Food Club
Community Pride As a Good Food Club member and volunteer, I have met many genuine and awesome people who work and engage with West Broadway Development Corporation through various community projects. Good Food Club supports persons who are low income by offering low cost food and helpful workshops, but also invites people from many walks of life to become a part of the community, as supporters and friends. I’ve lived in many different cities including Edmonton and Nanaimo, and I am extremely proud to be a part of a community as inclusive and eclectic as the West Broadway Development Corp. - Rex Gosselin, member and volunteer of the Good Food Club
CITIZEN PRIORITIES NEIGHBOURHOODS 1. Improve well-being of neighbourhoods through community economic development 2. Increase opportunities to interact with neighbours 3. Increase community networks of support to rely on in times of stress, crisis or change
CITIZEN ENGAGEMENT 1. Improve voter turnout 2. Increase awareness of volunteer opportunities 3. Increase public participation in community meetings
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GRANTS | $75,348, drawn from the Moffat Family Fund, The Gray Family Fund and the Triple A – Manitoba Community Fund, three Donor-Advised Funds held at The Foundation
West Broadway Development Corporation coordinates and supports renewal efforts in Winnipeg’s West Broadway neighbourhood. Its Good Food Club empowers members to eat healthier, gain new skills and build community.
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