“No child who does not want to be alone should ever have to be” -Sister Geraldine MacNamara
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Two groups of children and youth from Rossbrook House (a total of 50 participants) went on a shopping trip to Toys R Us last weekend, thanks to the generosity of the Kiwanis Club of Winnipeg.
The participants bought toys, games, and whatever their hearts desired, for themselves or their families. They were accompanied by shopping buddies from Vincent Massey Collegiate Key Club. The day included bus transportation & pizza lunch!
Thank you, Kiwanis, for your generosity! Wonderful memories and friendships were made because of your kindness! And thank you to Toys R Us Polo Park for helping to make this a special experience. ... See MoreSee Less
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Rossbrook House youth have been enjoying cooking in the kitchen. This fun program not only includes learning how to bake and cook, but they are also learning how to purchase ingredients on a budget. A practical lesson that will serve them well into the future. ... See MoreSee Less
In 1976 Sister Geraldine MacNamara and a group of inner city young people created Rossbrook House, a neighbourhood drop-in centre with a simple mission: “No child who does not want to be alone, should ever have to be.”