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Winnipeg projects.

Behavioural Health Foundation. To upgrade the kitchen area and increase food service to 500 meals per day for clients in the residential and addictions programs. $165,600

Union Gospel Mission (UGM). To renovate the 320 Princess location and increase shelter/support services for at risk clients. $172,615

Hands of Hope. To build a new warehouse and provide furniture and other household items to at risk individuals. $199,999

Main Street Project. To renovate the 72 Martha Street shelter and create a safe, healthier environment for clients and staff. $166, 433

L'ARCHE Winnipeg. To help furnish the new wheelchair accessible home/multi-purpose facility for people with developmental disabilities. $136,362

North End Housing Project (NEHP). To provide 10 at risk youth with work experience in the construction industry and enhance their life skills. $72,450

Red River Christian Fellowship. To upgrade and renovate the kitchen and create a permanent food bank area with storage space. $59,250

YM/YWCA of Winnipeg. To hire a service coordinator to mobilize community groups and stakeholders to address homelessness and at risk groups in St. Vital. $54,772

Social Planning Council of Winnipeg. To complete an assessment of the Community Plan and determine next steps in addressing homelessness. $62,423

Growing Prospects. To renovate the existing building to local health standards and codes, and increase employment opportunities for five youth at risk. $47,456

Catholic Health Corporation of Manitoba. To create a steering committee to mobilize community stakeholders to increase awareness of and identify proactive solutions to homelessness in St. Vital and St. Boniface. $43,132

Saskatchewan projects.

City of Prince Albert. Development of an updated community plan on homelessness through a community consultation process. $12,500

City of Regina. Development of an updated community plan on homelessness through a community consultation process. $20,688

Core Community Association Inc. Feasibility study on the establishment of a safe house to provide homeless or at-risk families and individuals meals, adult mentorship and informal learning for children. $15,525

Crocus Cooperative, (Saskatoon). Organization capacity building through strategic planning. $2,800

First Nations University of Canada (Regina). Feasibility study on and planning of a child and family centre to combat relative homelessness among students and their families. $100,380

Nipawin Oasis Cooperative Community Centre Inc. Purchase and renovation of a commercial property to provide existing and new services for homeless and at-risk families, children and youth. $07,138

Regina Early Learning Centre. Repair and renovation of the Early Learning Centre's existing facilities. $40,938

Saskatoon Food Bank. Renovation of the Grassroots Resource and Learning Centre and upgrade of warehouse facilities. $254,000

Saskatoon Housing Initiatives Program, Inc. Development of an updated community plan on homelessness through a community consultation process. $10,000

Scott Collegiate Infant and Toddler- Centre, Inc. Renovation to equip a parent education facility to serve homeless or at-risk teen parents, their infants and toddlers. $23,600

United Way of Regina. Feasibility study on the establishment of a Centre for Collaboration in Regina to increase the capacity of community organizations which support homeless and at-risk individuals. $71,495

YMCA of Regina. Renovation and upgrade of 11 existing residential rooms and creation of a kitchen and lounge area. $110.060

YWCA of Regina. To conduct a study to determine how augmented services are identified and implemented when a woman or child with disabilities enters a shelter and determine the parameters of a fund to assist in immed are emergency care. $5,130

Winnipeg projects

a Grave. To assist an estimated four to six community service providers in the St. Boniface and St. Vital area to develop proposals to address homelessness. $33,500

Catholic Health Corporation of Manitoba. To develop a strategic business plan for long-term sustainability of the Serenity House transitional home. $28,517

Manitoba Metis Federation (MMF). To conduct a feasibility study on the needs of at-risk Metis people in Winnipeg. $18,700

Ka Ni Kanichihk. To develop a proposal to address the needs of homeless or at risk Aboriginal women in Winnipeg. $15,000

Whaka Pimadiziiwii Pinaysiiwigamic. To undertake a feasibility study on location options for Circle of Life Thunderbird House programs. $15,000.

Mount Carmel Clinic. To complete an assessment of location options for Sage House, a street Women's Health, outreach and resource service. $11,060

Native Women's Transition Centre. To develop a proposal for a "A Healing Place" for Aboriginal female offenders and ex-offenders. $10,000

Canadian Paraplegic Association (Manitoba). To conduct a feasibility study for an emergency transitional housing project for Aboriginal people with spinal cord injury and other physical disabilities who are at high risk of homelessness. $11,060.
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