Manitoba Hydro Game Changers
The Manitoba Hydro Game Changers program welcomes up to 30 youth who are making a positive difference in our province to attend a Winnipeg Blue Bombers’ home game this year. Applications are open to youth 17 and under who have made a contribution to improving our communities. Selected groups will receive tickets to a Winnipeg Blue Bombers’ home game where they will experience a one of a kind meet and greet with a Blue Bomber player.
Apply today! Applications will remain on file for subsequent games until the end of the 2018 season.
- Groups must demonstrate a community-minded focus
- Groups are responsible for all incidental expenses (accommodation, parking, meals, etc…)
- Groups must ensure appropriate supervision of the guests to, during, and from the event
Attendees should note that by participating as a Manitoba Hydro Game Changers initiative they will be subject to promotional photographs, social media posts, and/or other public awareness initiatives. Please read the rules and regulations before applying.
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Nominate a group below:
June 15, 2017 – Munroe Junior High School
The students from Munroe Junior High School participated in the One Million Stars to End Violence Project through the Winnipeg Military Family Resource Centre. The project is an international art installation initiative which aims to end violence such as bullying, racism, and violence against women by bring people together to weave stars.
July 7, 2017 – Take Pride Winnipeg
Take Pride Winnipeg Green Wave students and Take Pride Winnipeg volunteers work to make Winnipeg clean and beautiful by picking up litter, planting and watering flowers and trees, removing graffiti and making a difference in the community.
July 13, 2017 – RHS Child Care
The children at RHS Child Care held a bake sale in 2017 to support the Winnipeg Humane Society. The baked goods were all made by the children at the bake sale in support of this worthy cause.
July 27, 2017 – St. Vital Mustangs & Elmwood Community Resource Centre
August 17, 2017 – Powered Flight Cadets
September 9 – The Dream Factory
September 22 – Ronald McDonald House
October 6 – 144th Girl Guides
October 28, 2017 – Rainbow Resource Centre