The May 16th edition of The Winkler Morden Voice featured a cover story about the Weibe family Stationary Bike-a-Thon, an annual fundraiser for the Movement Centre! Read the full article HERE.
Movement Centre featured in the March 25, 2021 edition of The Herald discussing our commitment to clients throughout the pandemic while undergoing renovations. Read the full article here.
Thank you to the CIBC Children’s Foundation and CIBC Miracle Day for supporting conductive education and Canadian children living with disabilities. Through their grant support, we can continue to subsidize conductive education fees ensuring programs remain affordable for children in need. We truly appreciate their continued generosity and support of Canadian charities in…
In the December 20, 2020 edition of the Winnipeg Free Press, read about how the Movement Centre partners with Makers Making Change to create affordable assistive tools for families. Read full article here.
Thank you to the Winnipeg Goldeyes Field of Dreams Foundation for their continued support of our summer programs. Through their 2020 grant, we were able to provide safe and fun outdoor, online, and in-home conductive education programming throughout June, July and August! Visit www.goldeyes.com/community/foundation to learn more about the Winnipeg Goldeyes Field of Dreams Foundation!
Olivia Doersken, MC Executive Director, talked with 680 CJOB’s Hal Anderson on Friday, May 8, about the Movement Centre during the Covid-19 pandemic. Listen HERE.
Olivia Doerksen, MC Executive Director, talks to Kahla Evans at Global News Winnipeg, Friday May 8, 2020, about how the Movement Centre is doing through the Covid-19 pandemic.
We are thrilled to announce that the Movement Centre has been chosen as the charity partner for the Uolo Smile Fundraising Program! Uolo is a Manitoba company that sells affordable consumer electronic products. We are so grateful for the generosity and commitment to community of Uolo! For every item purchased on the Uolo web store…
The May 16th edition of The Winkler Morden Voice featured a cover story about the Weibe family Stationary Bike-a-Thon, an annual fundraiser for the Movement Centre that raised a record-setting amount this year! Read the full article HERE.
Movement Centre client Luc Young was featured in the May 16 edition of The Clipper (the news for Manitoba North Eastman region). Luc and his mom Kristy talk about raising funds for the Perogy Run, the Movement Centre, and the steps Luc has made towards independence since becoming a client. Read the full article HERE.