Winnipeg Harvest

Winnipeg Harvest is a non-profit, community based organization that is a food distribution & 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.

Thank You Winnipeg and Latter-day Saints!

Thank You Winnipeg and Latter-day Saints!

Thank you Winnipeg for donating! And thank you to the 500 volunteers from Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints for collecting, donating, and organizing a great food drive and community block party! (Exact numbers coming soon - Stay tuned!)

Garden to Kitchen Workshop

Garden to Kitchen Workshop

Winnipeg Harvest clients, volunteers and staff learned how to make a variety of salads with fresh ingredients from our garden in this special salad-making workshop. Learn more about our Garden to Kitchen program by clicking on the above picture.

Thank You Arbo Flora

Thank You Arbo Flora

Thank you Arbo Flora for your incredibly generous donation of plants to our garden! They're looking gorgeous!

Thank You Jim Rondeau

Thank You Jim Rondeau

Thank you Jim Rondeau for your generous donation of a thousand dollars!

Thank You Bomber Fans!

Thank You Bomber Fans!

Thank you Bombers Fans for your generosity. You raised $1855.90 and 765 pounds of food. Thank you for supporting and partnering with Winnipeg Harvest for 30 Years - looking forward to the next 30!

Canadian Food Banks Visit

Canadian Food Banks Visit

Friends from food banks across Canada visited us in June. From L-R: WH Executive Director David Northcott, Aart Schuurman Hess (Vancouver), Richard Daneau (Montreal), Gail Nyberg (Toronto), Pam Jolliffe (Food Banks Canada), David Armor (Food Banks Canada board), Marilyn Herrmann (Food Banks Canada Network Council), Michael Maidment (Ottawa), & James McAra (Calgary).

Family Nights

Family Nights

Here's your chance to get together, have fun, and help a great cause!

What a haul!

What a haul!

BIG thanks to Ava, Madisyn, and Sam for donating 1,213 lbs. of fruit & veggies!