Winnipeg Harvest is a non-profit, community based organization that is a food distribution and training centre. Our goals are to collect and share surplus food with people who are hungry and to offer training opportunities to help people step up and out of poverty. Our ultimate goal is to eliminate the need for food banks in our community.
Julia-Stoyko and Jamie Campbell, students at J-H Bruns Collegiate help launch Grow-A-Row 2013 at Winnipeg Harvest. Since 1986, more than 3.3 million lbs. Click to learn more about Grow-A-Row 2013.
We collected 427.5 lbs. of food, and $1,623.89 at the CBC/Leonard Cohen fundraiser at the concert on Friday. Click for details.
Our Kids Who Care award winners for 2013! Thanks kids for your support of Winnipeg Harvest.
Please contact Morgan if you can help.
David Asper, Ruth Asper, David Northcott, Becky Froese and Gail Asper at the official opening of the Asper Learning & Friendship Village at Winnipeg Harvest. Click for details…
Manitoba M-P, Public Safety Minister Vic Toews along with Harvest Board Chair Jody Hecht and David Northcott. Click to see how Harvest is benefitting from CIIF.
For every dollar we collect, we can distribute $20 worth of food. Click to see how you can get your pennies to us.
Did you know Winnipeg Harvest distributes food to more than 330 food banks, soup kitchens and meal share agencies throughout Manitoba?