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Donate Your Car!

Donate a Car Canada accepts Vehicle Donations for Winnipeg Inner City Missions.  Free towing is provided in most areas across Canada, or you can drop off your vehicle to maximize your donation. When you donate your car, truck, RV, boat, or motorcycle to Winnipeg Inner City…

Clinton: A different world

Clinton, a participant in Winnipeg Inner City Mission’s (WICM) Transitional Housing program, has the gentlest way about him. On first meeting him, one would never believe that he struggled with alcohol for a long time, and is now 8 years sober. That’s a milestone…

Want to be apart of something great? Help us reach $25,000 for families in need!

An anonymous donor is willing to graciously match dollar-for-dollar for every new gift we receive up to $25,000. This very generous challenge can only be successful with your help. Your donation will go a long way in providing programs for children, youth and families…

The gift of a better future; From massage parlour Madame to professional career woman

D is a former resident and participant in WICM’s First Steps to Employment Project. For many years she convinced herself that her dependency on alcohol enhanced her personality in a positive way until she found herself in a toxic and violent relationship, working as…

My Marathon of Life: A First Steps to Employment Project Story

My name is Mitchell Neal Richard, and below is a little bit of my story. I’ve been overcome by the grace of God in Jesus Christ. I’m a former alcoholic who struggled with additional issues such as anger and emotional dependency in intimate relationships….

RIDE WITH US ON SEPT. 29th

This fall, Winnipeg Inner City Missions is participating in the Ride for Refuge, a non-competitive bicycling and walking fundraiser with locations across Canada.  We’re joining with hundreds of other charitable partners like us who care for displaced, vulnerable and exploited people. Our goal is…

From Under the Influence to Well-Being and Employment: Transformation is taking place at Place of Hope

My name is Edwin Romero. I am 39 years old, a current resident at Place of Hope, and part of the 1st Steps to Employment Program. I am in recovery from alcohol and substance abuse and have been sober for over 4 years now….