Get Involved - Volunteer Opportunities

Many Church and Community Centres have outreach programs for youth, homeless, and people in need. There are too many to list accurately. Our society is large and the needs are great. But the day to day response that is in our hearts is immense.

  •  Volunteer Manitoba 

  • Rossbrook House

658 Ross Avenue, Wpg. MB R3A 0M1


Opened in 1976, led by Sister Geraldine MacNamara (1938-1984) “No child who does not want to be alone, should ever have to be.’’

  • Agape Table 175

Colony St. Wpg. MB R3C 1W2


We are a community which strives to deliver nourishment to the body, mind and spirit to all in need. 

  • Jocelyn House

177 Egerton Ave., Wpg. MB R2M 2W7


We support qualityend of life care. 

  • Crisis Pregnancy Centre

650 Broadway Ave., Wpg. MB R3C 0X3


We support all pregnant women who are in need; at a time in their life where it is most vulnerable. 

  • Our Place Chez Nous Drop in Center

676 Main Street, Wpg MB R3B E4  


Our facility provides a nonjudgmental environment for people who live in the city core. They all receive the day to day basics of life. 

  • L’Arche

118 Regent Ave., Wpg. MB R2C 0C1          


Our mission is to make known the gift of people with intellectual disabilities

  • Centre Flavie Laurent Centre

440 Provencher Blvd. Wpg. MB R2J 0B9 

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.

  • Villa Rosa  

784 Wolseley Ave., Wpg. MB R3G 1C6      


Our mission is to provide support to mothers, babies and their families during and after pregnancy. 

  • Pluri-elles (Manitoba) Inc.  

Unit 114 - 420 Des Meurons Ave. Wpg. MB R2H 2N9  


Our concern is with prevention of violence against women and children; support groups for mothers, development of links between French-speaking women in Manitoba and health promotion projects for French speaking women. 

  • St. Boniface Street Links        

311 Provencher Ave., Wpg. MB R2H 0G8      


St. Boniface Street Links works to end homelessness, reduce poverty and support crime prevention through social development as a “best practice” for successful community development. 

  • Winnipeg Harvest

1085 Winnipeg Ave., Wpg. MB R3E 0S2    


Winnipeg Harvest is a non-profit, community-based organization committed to providing food to people who struggle to feed themselves and their families. We are also committed to maximizing public awareness of hunger while working towards long-term solutions to hunger and poverty. 

  • Palliative Manitoba

2109 Portage Ave., Wpg. MB R3J 0L3    


We are changing the conversation about death and dying. Palliative Manitoba is focused on helping individuals live as fully as possible until the end of life. 

Palliative Manitoba is a registered charity that is keenly focused on improving living until the end of life. Serving as a vital resource for individuals, families and caregivers, we provide programs, services, education and information in an effort to lessen the inevitable stress during life’s final journey. While our main goal is to improve life until its end, Palliative Manitoba also aims to enhance the profile and understanding of palliative care in the province. 

  • Siloam Mission

300 Princess Ave., Wpg. MB   R3B 1M3  


As a Christian humanitarian agency, Siloam Mission is a connecting point between the compassionate and Winnipeg’s less fortunate. Through the efforts of a dedicated team of staff and volunteers Siloam Mission works tirelessly to alleviate the hardships of poverty and homelessness. The Mission assists in transitioning homeless and disadvantaged people to more self-sufficient and healthier lifestyles by providing referral services, life-skill development, education upgrading and employment training opportunities. 

  • Manitoba Catholic Prison Ministry 

There is faith behind these walls. 

  • The Good Shepherd Campaign –  Archdiocese of Saint-Boniface


Good Shepherd Campaign is in support of the seminarian education and internship programs for new Catholic priests. 

  • MB Interfaith Immigration Council

521 Bannatyne Ave., Wpg. MB R3A 0E4    


Our mission is to welcome and provide settlement services for refugees and immigrants living in Manitoba. We support equitable treatment of all persons and embrace cross cultural differences. 

  • Missionaries of Charity

167 Aikins Street, Wpg. MB R2W 4G1    


As we serve in Point Douglas our mission is simple, ‘’to provide care other than treatment.’’ 

  • LightHouse Mission    

669 Main Street, Wpg. MB R3B 1E3                  


Love All, Serve All! Everyone matters! We served the less fortunate in inner-city Winnipeg since 1911. In our over a century of service, Lighthouse Mission has provided food, clothing, friendship, hope, joy and love to those in need in our community. As Lighthouse Mission grows, we remain committed to serving Winnipeg’s less fortunate. 

  • Catholic Health Corporation of Manitoba  

431 Taché Ave, Wpg., MB R2H 2H6  

204 258-1053

  • Catholic Health Association of Manitoba  

Rm. N5067, St. Boniface Hospital Education Bldg., Wpg. MB R2H 2A6  


  • St. Amant

440 River Rd, Winnipeg, MB R2M 3Z9  


  • Holy Names House of Peace

211 Edmonton St., Winnipeg


  • Actionmarguerite 185 Despins Street, Winnipeg MB R2H 2B3


Actionmarguerite is a community-based, non-profit corporation dedicated to serve the elderly and the individuals with complex care needs by delivering care and programs in the Winnipeg area. It is owned by the Catholic Health Corporation of Manitoba and receives the majority of its funding through the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority. Actionmarguerite is the union of Taché Center, Foyer Valade and St. Joseph’s Residence.


Please submit the names of any group/organization we may have omitted to:

Louis Balcaen,, 204-392-7267

Gayle Hansen,, 204-770-8026

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