Charity & Community Work
Woodcock Cycle Works is a proud supporter of local and national charitable organizations. Woodcock Cycle Works takes part to different charitable events in Winnipeg area and often invites charitable organizations to cycling events. Below you can find information about different organizations Woodcock Cycle does charitable work with, and what kind of events Woodcock Cycle Works does with these organizations.
If you have a group or event that you would like to be sponsored by Woodcock Cycle Works, please visit our donation request page to submit a form.
Annual Charity Raffle
Woodcock Cycle Works has partnered with The Boys and Girls Club of Winnipeg for our 2020 Annual Charity raffle. The Boys and Girls Club of Winnipeg organize youth development programs for their members offering a safe alternative to the streets during evening and after-school hours. They focus on the well-being of children and youth by teaching them the importance of healthy living, personal growth and social development. More information about The Boys and Girls Club of Winnipeg can be found at www.bgcwinnipeg.ca
MS Society of Canada, Manitoba Division
Woodcock Cycle Works has been partnering with MS Society and MS Bike Tour for many years now and is looking forward to the coming years and future events. More information about MS Bike Tour and MS Society can be found at http://www.mssociety.ca/manitoba/
Woodcock Cycle Works helps Winnipeg Harvest by having food donation baskets at various events and encourages people to make a small food donation to help those who need others support. More information about Winnipeg Harvest can be found on their website at http://www.winnipegharvest.org/
Cerebral Palsy Association of Manitoba
Cerebral Palsy Association of Manitoba's stationary bike event is also a Woodcock Cycle Works supported event. Information about CPA of Manitoba can be found at http://www.cerebralpalsy.mb.ca/
Forum Art Centre
The Forum Art Centre was established in 1964 to provide educational and cultural enrichment for the art community in and around Manitoba. It was founded by two artists & university instructors - Nikola Bjelajac and Steve Repa. They worked diligently to create a non-credit school of art available to anyone willing to learn. After Steve passed away Nik remained as a very active influence and educator at the Forum up until recently when he passed away in his 86th year. Their inspiration and dedication to making art education an important part of our art community will continue at the Forum Art. http://www.forumartcentre.com
How to Make a Contribution
To contribute to the Forum Art Endowment Fund, you can call the Winnipeg Foundation directly at (204) 944-9474 or visit their website at www.wpgfdn.org. There you can follow the links to make an online gift to the foundation and search for Forum Art Endowment Fund.