The Scrap Came Back is an upcycled and repurposed gift store and artist workspace. It was established to provide employment and artistic opportunities to individuals with intellectual disabilities. The individuals learn employment skills as they repurpose items destined for the landfill. The Scrap Came Back provides a store front for Manitoba artists including many of DASCHs own to sell their products.
Specializing in e-waste recycling and repair services, Mother Earth Recycling is a Social Enterprise of the Aboriginal Centre of Winnipeg providing training and employment for Aboriginal peoples in Winnipeg.
E-waste Recycling Computer & Electronics Repair and Upgrades Computer & Electronics Refurbishing Business and Residential Computer & Electronic Recycling Pick-up Service (fee for service)
Movie Prop Rentals (old electronics for period television and movie productions)
Inner City Renovations is a general contractor and social enterprise that provides services to a broad range or clients, primarily in the commericial renovations sector. They aim to provide quality employment for inner city low income residents, and quality general contracting services in Winnipeg. ICR's goal is to be a self-sustaining employee-owned company. They create steady employment and practical training for inner city residents. Their employees are what make ICR different and they are committed to making a difference to Winnipeg's Inner City.
MGR is a non-profit enterprise that offers energy efficient retrofits, residential renovations and a service for vulnerable persons who cannot prepare their home for bed bug treatments. MGR aims to ensure that their programs and services have a positive impact in the community and address issues such as poverty, adequate housing and meaningful employment.
Resolution Skills Centre, a program of Mediation Services, will partner with you to meet your corporate trainning goals and individual professional development needs. Established in 1979, our qualified instructors will braoden your perspective, inspire confidence, and heighten your skills. We support employee and confidence, and heighten your skills. We support employee and leadership development through: Individual courses, Certificate Trainning ( Mediation Skills, Conflict Management, and Resolution Skills) , Customized Trainning.
The Up Shoppe offers new and gently used items at a very low cost. Our merchandise includes: • gently used women’s business clothes • baby layettes • shoes, purses and belts • family clothing • small household goods • jewellery and hair accessories • basic health and beauty products • jewellery by local artists • infant clothing and accessories • gift baskets and other treasures!
We are a social enterprise of the North End Women’s Centre that:
We create soup each week, to order, for delivery to downtown and select drop-off points, and also provide meeting and event catering. The Soup Bee is a non-profit social enterprise supported by the West Broadway Community Organization (WBCO). Our goals are to provide supportive employment opportunities in the downtown core, promote food security and local producers, all while leaving a small carbon footprint.
Sam's Place is a used bookstore, cafe, and live entertainment venue, operated mainly by volunteers and located in the Chalmers neighbourhood in Winnipeg. We strive to provide locally sourced and fair trade food and coffee, and offer complete catering for your meeting and event needs.
Diversity provides food services and catering which demonstrate the desire to meet goals of sustainability within a work environment that reflects a high level of training and meaningful employment for a diverse group of employees (Newcomers, Aboriginal peoples, community residents, university students). Wherever possible, we use local, sustainable, and fair trade food and beverage sources.