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History of the Dinner

The first No Child Alone Dinner was held in January 2016, to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Rossbrook House Inc.. It was the first ever dinner of this calibre in its 40-year history…. And was a tad different than the events previously held for participants.

Chaired by now Rossbrook House Board President, Brenda Hasiuk, January 28, 2016, saw 575 individuals come together in celebration.

The evening, emceed by former Wi Wabigooni EA, Tina Keeper, included a performance by the Rossbrook Rockers, remarks by current & former participants, a video by APTN – highlighting Rossbrook House as a “safe place to belong, play, learn and become…” and more.

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The 2016 Dinner was so successful that Rossbrook House Foundation decided to bring it back in January 2019 as a fundraiser in support of Rossbrook House.y


January 24, 2019, event chair, & past Foundation Board Chair, Mary Hanson, welcomed close to 600 guests.

This time the Dinner was co-emceed by past participant Patty Mainville and a Junior Staff member, Kody Marsden.

The evening included a keynote address by columnist & author Niigaan Sinclair and Pow Wow presentation by Rossbrook House participants in full vivid regalia, along with Matthew Mousseau & Patty.

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The hope coming out of the 2019 dinner, was to proceed with the dinner as a biennial event with the next Dinner being in 2021, however, as we all know, the universe had other plans.


Open Doors Open Arms

2023 No Child Alone Dinner Co-Chairs, Jane Quinton & Harry Ethans “can’t wait to welcome everyone to the No Child Alone Dinner in support of Rossbrook House!”

Join Jane & Harry April 27 by purchasing tickets at

“As co-chairs, Rossbrook House has a special place in our hearts. We look forward to celebrating with you and raising funds to help support the day-to-day activities and programs for Rossbrook House participants.” – Jane & Harry

We’re excited to welcome Kevin Chief and his stories of Resiliency and Reconciliation. Through sharing personal stories of resiliency, possibility, and hope, he can engage diverse crowds into inclusive and healthy conversations about reconciliation.




The Foundation and event committee are thrilled to share that the evening will include an exciting live performance by Sierra Noble, sponsored by Birchwood Automotive Group, with special guests from Wi Wabigooni school. 



NEW for 2023

New this year, there are sponsorship opportunities ranging from $1,250 to $10,000 with a wide range of benefits, including tickets to the event and logo recognition on various promotional materials.

Click here to see sponsorship opportunities.

2023 will also include many extraordinary silent auction items, from Winnipeg Folk Festival tickets to an electric bike to a stay in Tuscany Italy!

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