WINNIPEG, MB: Maurice (Moe) Sabourin, President, Winnipeg Police Association (WPA), is pleased to announce the launch of the second Winnipeg Police Association 50/50 raffle for the Children’s Hospital Foundation of Manitoba (CHFM). The inaugural 50/50 in 2021 raised $92, 565 as a result of the winner – the Winnipeg Police Credit Union – donating their winnings ($46,282.50) back to the Children’s Hospital Foundation of Manitoba.
RIDE DAY – SATURDAY MAY 28, 2022
PRE-REGISTRATION: THURSDAY MAY 26 & FRIDAY MAY 27 – 4PM TO 8PM – EARLS POLO PARK
The Cool 2Be Kind project submission deadline has been extended to January 31, 2022! Students and educators are encouraged to submit their Kindness project proposal online at www.cool2bekind.ca.
Cool 2Be Kind was created by the WPA and helps to teach students in grades K-8 the value of being kind to others and making positive choices in school and in life.
Students and educators are invited to submit a Kindness project proposal for their school with the opportunity to receive funding in the amount of $500 to see their project come to life.
Over the past nine years, the Cool 2Be Kind campaign has funded 223 school Kindness projects totaling $111,500. The Winnipeg Police Association believes teaching students the benefits of kindness is a positive, pro-active approach.
Funding for Cool 2Be Kind school Kindness projects is provided by the Winnipeg Police Association and generous corporate sponsors. For a complete sponsor list visit: www.cool2bekind.ca.
Students and educators from Winnipeg K-8 schools may visit www.cool2bekind.ca and submit their Kindness project proposal online. The extended deadline for Kindness project submissions is January 31, 2022.
Manitoba Premier Heather Stefanson celebrates the WPA’s Cool 2Be Kind campaign together with WPA president, Moe Sabourin, vice president, Jeremy Cull, and the WPA Board of Directors. Premier Stefanson has been the Cool 2Be Kind campaign honorary co-chair since 2016.
WINNIPEG, MB: With no one ‘Ride Day’ this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Manitobans were again asked to ‘Ride Alone Together’ in support of the 13th Annual Manitoba Motorcycle Ride for Dad (MRFD). Riders registered online, collected pledge donations and enjoyed their ‘RAT Ride’ on the days and routes of their choosing – all in the fight against prostate cancer. Today, Saturday, October 2, was the last day for ‘RAT Rides’ and over $115,000 was raised for the cause with pledge donations continuing to come in.
WINNIPEG, MB: Maurice (Moe) Sabourin, President, Winnipeg Police Association (WPA) joined by co-Chairs, The Hon. Heather Stefanson, MLA, Tuxedo; Kevin Klein, City Councillor, Charleswood-Tuxedo-Westwood; Brody Jackson, host, QX 104 FM; and Jeremy Cull, acting Vice President, WPA are pleased to announce the 10th annual Cool 2Be Kind campaign is now underway.
The WPA was the official Game Sponsor of the Winnipeg Goldeyes game on Sunday, September 5, 2021. The opening pitch of the game was delivered by Special Olympic athlete, Jordyn Hiebert, accompanied by WPA President, Moe Sabourin and friends. Fans received free Cool 2Be Kind sunglasses and sticker sheets from WPA member volunteers. A great day all the way around… GO GOLDEYES!
The Winnipeg Police Association (WPA) are proud sponsors of the 2023 World Police & Fire Games and played an instrumental role – together with the United Fire Fighters of Winnipeg – in securing the Games for Winnipeg.
WINNIPEG, MB: The Winnipeg Police Association (WPA) in partnership with the Behavioural Health Unit of the Winnipeg Police Service (WPS) are proud to announce a new partnership agreement with Wounded Warriors Canada (WWC). A national mental health service provider, WWC offers programming to support Veterans and First Responders including all current and retired members of the WPA/WPS and their families.
WPA 50/50 winner the Winnipeg Police Credit Union represented by CEO Cal Berzuk, receives a $46,282.50 cheque (50% of money raised) from Moe Sabourin and Jeremy Cull of the Winnipeg Police Association. Cal then donates the entire amount back to the Children’s Hospital Foundation of Manitoba represented by Kathryn McBurney for a total of $92,565.00!