Our Stories

People of Main Street Project: meet Jacqueline

Jacqueline, 37. Jacqueline recently went through detox at Main Street Project before moving on to a treatment program. I grew up in Sagkeeng First Nation, until about 10 years ago and then I moved into the city. I moved here for better opportunities. I’ve been in...

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We Are Winnipeg, Too

Last year we shared this image of MSP's Emergency Shelter participating in the Winnipeg Whiteout parties to celebrate the Winnipeg Jets being in the playoffs. Well, it looks like our city's beloved Winnipeg Jets are headed to the playoffs again this year and Main...

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Join us for The Coldest Night of the Year

For the first time ever, Main Street Project is playing host to the Coldest Night of the Year fundraising event.   On, Saturday, February 23, 2019, we will be walking and raising funds to help create a new and critically needed shelter space in our city - and we need...

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People of Main Street Project: Meet Meagan

Dear friend of Main Street Project, I would like to introduce you to a remarkable young woman. Meagan is 29-years-old and recently went through our detox program here at Main Street Project, seeking help for a decade long addiction to methamphetamine. Meagan...

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Ecco Singers Concert in support of Main Street Project

We are so pleased to share that Main Street Project has been selected as the charity of choice for the Ecco Singers February Concert: Great Expectations Sunday, February 24, 2019 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM Crescent Fort Rouge United Church 525 Wardlaw Ave  Winnipeg,Canada...

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We have new brochures!

We are very excited to share with you that we have two new brochures that you can download and print. The general brochure outlines the services offered by Main Street Project, with contact information for those who may need to access services: Main Street...

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Main Street Project is excited to launch its first ever SOCKTOBER!! As you may know, Winnipeg has been experiencing a chilly autumn so far. In anticipation of the coming winter months, we are asking for help in collecting 10,000 pairs of donated socks during the month...

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Spirit of Winnipeg Awards Finalist!

We are thrilled that Main Street Project has been selected as a finalist in the Non-profit and Social Enterprise category for the @wpgchamber Spirit of Winnipeg Awards being held on March 9. . This category recognizes the efforts of social innovators driven to solve...

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The Runway to Change raises nearly $20,000

The Runway to Change raised nearly $20,000.00 in support of Main Street Project Inc. - which we are so incredibly thankful for! So many great people came together to make this event the success it is and we thank you from the bottom of our hearts for caring about our...

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Partnering with Parlour Coffee

@parlourcoffee will be sharing stories of community members from @mainstreetproject from time to time. Head on over to their insta today to meet Dana. 🖤 #mspbuildingstability #winnipeg #manitoba A post shared by Main Street Project (@mainstreetproject) on Feb 26, 2018...

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Parlour Coffee & Main Street Project Partnership

Main Street Project is so excited to share that local business Parlour Coffee (located at 468 Main Street) will be partnering with us for the rest of 2018. This partnership was born from a shop break in they experienced earlier this year. The owner of the shop got in...

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United Way Day of Caring: Great-West Life

  Being a United Way Winnipeg Agency Partner, we have access to wonderful events such as United Way Day of Caring. This is  a wonderful program in which local groups can arrange through United Way Winnipeg to volunteer at an agency partner just like Main Street...

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Helping others, a family affair!

Our very own Lisa Hunt, Community Engagement and Volunteer Coordinator was featured in the Winnipeg Free Press today, along with her mom who recently started volunteering with MSP - take a peek at this wonderful article.

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Through the Cracks, Voices of Martha Street by Lorna Olson

Lorna Olson recently released a book she wrote about Main Street Project called Through The Cracks - we are very excited about this release and so grateful to Lorna for telling these stories.   You can purchase the book at McNally Robinson and 40% of the proceeds from...

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Monetary donations help us provide the ongoing services and supports our clients need and deserve. We are a registered charitable organization and offer charitable tax receipts for financial donations.

Main Street Project is a registered Canadian Charity • Charitable registration # 107655094 RR0001.

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