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Your Support Created a Summer full of Memories

Your generosity enabled first-time experiences and the personal growth that comes with them. Thanks you, the Rehabilitation Centre for Children’s was able to offer Summer Camp this year. Camp encourages youth to step outside their comfort zone and to try new things. When the opportunity came up to fish on the bank of the Red […]

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Tim Hortons Smile Cookie Week

GET A SMILE. GIVE A SMILE! September 13-19.  Every dollar raised from Smile Cookie sales at Winnipeg Tim Hortons supports Children’s Rehabilitation Foundation and St.Amant Foundation. When you purchase a Smile Cookie for just $1, you are helping provide life-changing programs, services and equipment to Manitobans living with disabilities. Share some smiles with friends, co-workers, […]

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Children’s Rehabilitation Foundation Introduces New Executive Director

The Children’s Rehabilitation Foundation’s Board of Directors is pleased to announce Jane Kidd-Hantscher as the Foundation’s new Executive Director. Kidd-Hantscher has replaced Christine Schollenberg who recently retired after 21 years, eleven of which she led the organization. Kidd-Hantscher’s career spans nearly three decades and she brings varied experience in the private, public and non-profit sectors […]

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We Need Your Help Purchasing Specialized Bikes

Our waitlist of children needing specialized bikes is growing quickly. With the cancellation of many recreation programs, bikes are more in demand than ever before. A ride down the street with family or through the gym at school with friends has immense physical and therapeutic benefits for children living with disabilities. Most importantly, bikes give […]

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Supporting Youth Through Meaningful Recreation

Rehabilitation Centre for Children’s LIFE Program is a lifeline for families during the pandemic Logging on to Saturday Night for Teens from his computer is a big change for Daniel. Normally he’d be walking into the SSCY Centre with 15 of his closest friends for the bustling, parent-free hangout. Yet Daniel is just as excited […]

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Purchase a “Helping me Shine” Necklace and Support CRF

Lila Reese Jewelry is custom made right here in Winnipeg. This sterling silver necklace designed exclusively for Children’s Rehabilitation Foundation features a rainbow & sun stamp hung on a sterling silver chain. Wear this beautiful necklace and show your support of children living with disabilities. Limited quantities available, shipping anywhere in Canada included. Get yours […]

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CRF/RCC Masks Now on Sale

Children’s Rehabilitation Foundation and Rehabilitation Centre for Children masks are now on sale! Buy a Children’s Rehabilitation Foundation/Rehabilitation Centre for Children mask and support children living with disabilities. Each mask is $10 and features both CRF and RCC logos. Get yours today!  

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COVID-19 Update

We want you to know that the health and safety of children, families and our staff is top priority during the COVID-19 pandemic. A message from our Executive Director, Christine Schollenberg: On the heels of our very first virtual event, I’m feeling immense gratitude. We couldn’t make our way down Wellington Crescent together, but the […]

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Air Canada Raffle Winner

Congratulations to Robert who had winning ticket #0472 in our Air Canada ticket raffle. Thank you to everyone who purchased tickets!                                        

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Meet our 2020 Ambassador, Kyrie!

Tammy Brinkman and her husband John were heading out the door for vacation when they got an unexpected phone call that changed their lives. “We were minutes away from leaving to Disney World when we got the call that she was born ten weeks early,” Tammy recalls about the day her daughter Kyrie was born. […]

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