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Since 1962, ImagineAbility has provided opportunities to adults living with an intellectual disability and today over 200 people attend our Day Programs located in Winnipeg. Our Vision is “to provide growth and opportunity to people with intellectual disabilities,” and our Mission is “to help people with intellectual disabilities to gain contributive and valued roles in society through meaningful employment and other supported activities.”


The cafeteria at 500 Madison provides nutritious, affordable meals to the people supported by ImagineAbility.


Contact Information

Street Address:  500 Madison Street
Phone: 204-956-9700


Donations Accepted

Fruit, Vegetables

Donation Logistics


Monday – Friday, 7:30 am – 3 pm

Pan Am Place

PAP photoPan Am Place

Pan Am Place is a transitional housing facility for at-risk-youths (males aged 18-25). Pan Am’s primary objective is to provide our residents with a “healthy living” environment which includes healthy nutritious meals 3 times per day plus snacks, requiring all residents to participate in fitness & nutrition programs, and to provide job skills or return to school guidance and training with a view to independent living.


Contact Information

Street Address: 88 Arthur St., Wpg Mb, R3B 1H3



Donations Accepted

  • Any fruits (fresh or frozen).
  • Garden Vegetables.
  • Fresh or frozen meat.
  • Homebaked products.
  • Dry goods and canned goods.

What’s the Buzz about Fruit Share?

Welcome to new friends and familiar ones! We are looking forward to the 2014 season ahead. In the meantime, we thought this would be a great opportunity to share more information about the organization and what we are about.


The Back Story

The revolution began in the spring of 2010. Frustrated with fresh, local, nutritious fruit going to waste, and the desire to help others, Getty Stewart started Fruit Share in her South Osborne neighborhood. The inspiration to create Fruit Share came to Getty after reading an article about volunteer fruit rescuing operations in cities like Vancouver, Toronto, Edmonton, Calgary, and Victoria. During the first summer, 10 volunteers harvested over 1,600 pounds of fruit at 20 picks and calls started to come in from all over Winnipeg. By the second year, Fruit Share grew to a stunning 201 volunteers harvesting over 7,300 pounds of fruit from 153 registered fruit owners.

Spotlight on The Laurel Centre

The Laurel Centre provides individual and group counselling to women whose lives have been impacted by childhood sexual abuse.  We recognize addictions and other compulsive coping behaviours, as long term consequences of unresolved trauma.

Contact Info

Street Address: 104 Rosyln Road
Phone: (204) 783-5460

Donations Accepted
Fruit, other food items and non-food items.

Donation Logistics
When: Mondays and Tuesdays
Where: 104 Roslyn Road