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Wednesday, December 2 • 9:00am - 10:00am
Resources for Community Building: Trends in Funding & Financing

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Across Manitoba and further, government has started to interact with community builders to fund and finance your essential work in different ways. In this session, current trends in funding and financing will be unpacked and explored. This will be an opportunity for community builders to connect over some important questions such as: What arrangements with service providers or community-based organizations has the province made to do this work? What learnings can peers share to support each other? What cautions must be noted and shared?

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Dawn Sands

Executive Director, North End Community Renewal Corporation
Dawn Sands has 9 years of executive management experience specializing in the community economic development sector. Originally from Nipigon Ontario, she completed her education in Social Work and Human Resources Management at Confederation College of Applied Arts and Technology in... Read More →

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Kim Hickes

Executive Director, YWCA Thompson
Kim Hickes was raised in Churchill, MB, a remote tundra-barren community of 800 people. In this environment she learned what it meant to be part of a community – in order to survive it was necessary to help each other, rely on your neighbours and to be creative with limited resources... Read More →
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Glen Koroluk

Executive Director, Manitoba Eco-Network
Glen Koroluk has spent most of his working career in the non-profit and charitable sector as a community organizer and coordinator on issues and projects such as housing, food sovereignty, community development, and environmental protection.He is currently the executive director of... Read More →
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Michael Redhead Champagne

President, Fearless R2W
Michael Redhead Champagne, born and raised in Winnipeg’s North End, is an award-winning community organizer, public speaker, and a proud member of Shamattawa First Nation. Michael believes we all have a gift and shows youth the path to discover their own. He is solution oriented... Read More →

Wednesday December 2, 2020 9:00am - 10:00am CST