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...read more
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...read more
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.read more
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...read more
Six formerly homeless men rocked suits and ties as they walked the runway Thursday to raise money for the shelter that got them off the street. The Runway to Change fashion show fundraiser took place at the Fort Garry Hotel in Winnipeg to raise money for the Main...read more
Rick Lees, executive director of the Main Street Project speaks to the Winnipeg Free Press on how writing Wesley’s Rule will prevent tragedies such as the death of Wesley Elwick.read more
Our very own Phil Goss was recently featured in an article by a Creative Communications journalism student. Read it online now!read more
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