Supporting our community… For Good. Forever.

The Winnipeg Foundation

May Manson
May Manson supported her community. When the men were called to fight in the Second World War, Ms. Manson stepped up and drove the Eaton’s delivery truck.

Last year, May Manson sent kids to camp, helped newcomers settle in Winnipeg, educated people about residential schools, and much more. Although she passed away in 2002, her legacy gift through The Winnipeg Foundation ensures she’ll continue to support our community For Good. Forever.

We can only imagine what our community will need in 50 or 100 years. When you give to Community Building Funds at The Foundation, you’re joining May Manson and hundreds of donors who will continue to support Winnipeg’s changing needs and emerging opportunities For Good. Forever.