Community Projects

Access to financing through the Jubilee Fund has enable organizations to initiate community based projects, create employment or build facilities to improve services in the community.

Cornish Child Care Centre

The Jubilee Fund provided financing to increase the number of spaces for children in day care in Winnipeg's West Broadway neighbourhood.

Downs Children Centre

The Jubilee Fund provided a loan to support the efforts of the parents & board members to complete major renovations and facility upgrades.

Elmwood Community Resource Centre

The Jubilee Fund provided bridge financing to replace delayed Federal Government funding during an election to allow the Elmwood Community Resource Centre to operate their Aboriginal Youth Involvement Program during the summer & fall of 2011.

Explorerís Childrenís Centre Inc.

The Jubilee Fund was pleased to support renovations costs for the Explorerís Childrenís Centre Inc. in their relocation to a new home in the former Weston neighbourhood fire hall. Explorer's was established in 1976 to provide quality child care to families in the Weston Community.

Financial Foundations Resource Centre (Alternative Financial Services)

The Jubilee Fund assisted in the purchase and renovation of a former bank building in the North End of Winnipeg to house financial literacy and savings programs. The purchase also assisted in the North End Community Renewal Corporation to add to their revitalization efforts on Selkirk Avenue.

King's Park Day Care Centre Inc. (Part 1)

This child care centre was forced to relocate, which prompted a move to a new location in a retail strip mall where the group required financial assistance to complete renovations. Due to a long and growing wait list, the centre approached the Jubilee Fund three years later for a loan guarantee to assist with the expansion and renovations in the retail mall where they are located.

King's Park Day Care Centre Inc. (Part 2)

This child care centre was forced to relocate, which prompted a move to a new location in a retail strip mall where the group required financial assistance to complete renovations. Due to a long and growing wait list, the centre approached the Jubilee Fund three years later for a loan guarantee to assist with the expansion and renovations in the retail mall where they are located.

Murdo Scribe Centre

A loan guarantee assisted in the repurposing of a former furniture store on Selkirk Avenue, creating new office and meeting space for the Aboriginal Education Directorate.

North Kildonan Little Thinkers Daycare

The Jubilee Fund provided a loan guarantee to Little Thinkers to assist with the renovation costs and leasehold improvements to create 36 new day care spaces for East Kildonan, with half the spaces designated for children coming from low-income families.

Panda Bear Daycare Co-op

The Jubilee Fund assisted this parent-owned, community-based child care centre to expand and accommodate the increase in demand for their daycare services.

PATH Centre (North End Community Renewal Corporation) (NECRC)

The PATH Centre provides support and counselling for unemployed residents in the North End of Winnipeg. The Jubilee Fund provided financing for the NECRC to purchase a building on Selkirk Avenue.

Recognition Counts

Recognition Counts provides loans to skilled immigrants who are seeking recognition in Manitoba for the education and experience they obtained abroad.

River Avenue Co-operative Day Nursery Inc.

Forced to relocate, the volunteer board at the daycare, with the help of the Jubilee Fund constructed a permanent home for the day nursery at 127 Bell Street.

South Sudanese Canadian Community Centre

The Sudan Humanitarian Relief Organization and the Sudanese Association of Manitoba (SAM) came together in 2006 to purchase a building located on 129 Dagmar Street. The building was purchased to fulfill a desire by their members to provide services and a safe community place for the reported 3,000 Sudanese people who live in Manitoba.

Visions of Independence

VOI provides residential, day and supported independent living programs to persons with intellectual disabilities in Portage La Prairie.