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Working Together to End Violence Against Women

Together, we are helping to empower immigrant and refugee women and their children impacted by domestic abuse / family violence.

We are building meaningful working relationships with organizations to address the problem of domestic abuse and family violence in Winnipeg. The needs of women and children leaving violent home situations include housing, childcare, health, learning, employment, and social inclusion. SHADE accepts referrals to meet the needs of our diverse ethnocultural community in confidential, respectful and culturally sensitive ways. Addressing these needs now will help generations of families to be healthy, confident, and empowered.

SHADE relies on individual donations, grants, and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) donations to carry out our work. For more information on partnering with SHADE, please use the Contact form and someone will directly reach out.


A big thanks to all of our partners who have supported the work of SHADE.

Our Partners

A.S. Law Office 

Assiniboine Credit Union

Bell, Let's Talk

Boys and Girls Club of Winnipeg

Canadian Women's Foundation 

Churchill High School

Community Foundations of Canada

Digital Manitoba Initiative

Emergency Community Support Fund

Employment and Social Development Canada

First Unitarian Universalist Church of Winnipeg 

Graduate Nursing Students Association, University of Manitoba

Jenna Rae Cakes

Manitoba Realtors Shelter Foundation

Mid-Town Ford Winnipeg

Paradigm Consulting Group

Prairie Action Foundation

RBC Foundation

Red River Cooperative Ltd.

Retrain Manitoba

Seven Oaks Immigrant Services

TD Bank Group

Telus Friendly Futures Foundation

The Jewish Foundation

The Winnipeg Foundation

Thomas Sill Foundation

United Way Winnipeg

Women and Gender Equality Canada

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