Register for RBC Cruisin’ Down the Crescent!

May 3, 2018

Please head to our NEW event website to register, enter our WestJet raffle, and meet this year’s Parade Marshall! 

Support A Night of Miracles! Become a Sponsor Today!

Join us Saturday, October 13th, for A Night of Miracles presented by McKesson, Guardian and I.D.A!

Since 2003, A Night of Miracles gala has raised over $1.3-milion for Manitoba children living with disabilities. 

Download this year’s sponsorship package and help us make miracles happen. Head over to our events page for all evening details!



Stories, Updates and More. Our Latest Newsletter is Here!

April 19, 2018

Children’s Rehabilitation Foundation’s 15th annual snowmobile adventure marks major milestone

Fifteen years ago a group of snowmobilers set out on the trails of Nopiming Provincial Park.

Since that initial ride, hundreds of riders have traveled thousands of kilometers across Manitoba, Northwestern Ontario and the United States for the annual Ride for Children’s Rehabilitation Foundation.

“I remember the first year we went into the States, there were quite a bit of shenanigans from the riders,” recalls the event’s founder, Dave Watson, who started the event as a way to combine his passion for snowmobiling with a cause he believed in.

“They stole deer heads and moose heads off the wall and those ended up in various people’s rooms. Some of the evenings got to be quite fun. Lots of stories!”

While there are countless pranks to reflect on, it’s the stories of the children who benefited from the event that resonate most with Watson.

Read the full story and other highlights by downloading CRF’s full spring newsletter

Congrats to our Air Canada Raffle Winner!

January 25, 2018

Congratulations to our Air Canada raffle winner M Morris with winning ticket #1530!

Thank you to the Air Canada Foundation for generously donating the tickets to the foundation’s Ride for Children’s Rehabilitation snowmobile event.

Stories, updates and more. Our latest Newsletter is here!

January 9, 2018

Meet our 2018 Youth Ambassador, Bernard Rosello 

Bernard was born with a condition that resulted in a hip disarticulation. Only a small portion of people who have this rare amputation are able to walk independently.

But the 12-year-old is proving that disability is not a barrier. He spends most of his time running from basketball and wheelchair basketball, to sledge hockey and hip hop dance classes.

“To me, being the ambassador means having responsibility and committing myself to being a role model for younger kids,” he says about taking on the role of CRF’s 2018 Youth Ambassador.

“I want people to know that if you have a disability, or know someone who has a disability, do not doubt them. If they put their minds to it, they can do anything.”

Read Bernard’s full story and other exciting updates from the foundation by downloading our winter newsletter.