Our Winnipeg Includes Everyone!
Ai-Kon is a non-profit organization that believes in contributing to our community and opening doors to accessibility.
We have partnered with the following non-profit organizations and registered charities for the 2019 year:
Friend housing Inc
The Children’s Rehabilitation Foundation
The Dream Factory
Boys & Girls Clubs of Winnipeg
Inclusion Winnipeg is a registered charity which, for over 60 years, has been dedicated to making life better for children and adults living with intellectual disabilities. We do this by connecting people, assisting their families to navigate systems and leading the way in advancing their human rights. We promote respect, empowerment and belonging to ensure equality for all.
A Critical Cause
A Critical Cause is a community outreach fund with The Winnipeg Foundation raising money towards mental health initiatives in the city.
We host a yearly 24-hour charity game stream a have currently raised over $20,000 in donations.
Flavie-Laurent Centre, in partnership with its milieu, brings assistance and comfort to the impoverished and the vulnerable by distributing at no cost clothing, furniture and household items
Big Brothers Big Sisters
Big Brothers Big Sisters facilitates life-changing relationships by matching children with mentors for friendship support and guidance. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Winnipeg exists because positive relationships are an absolute prerequisite for the health and well-being of individuals and communities.
Project Neecheewam Inc. (Neecheewam) is a professionally staffed community based organization. We are designed to meet the unique and individual needs of youth requiring safe care. Plans are facilitated through crisis intervention, alternative care and/or emergency resources that are reflected in a culturally diverse manner.
Our onsite charities for 2019 are: