March 14, 2019 - 8:00 pm
586 Ellice Avenue, Winnipeg
Join together to harness the power of music to help drive social change, raise awareness about poverty, and make it history.
All proceeds go to support the work of Make Poverty History Manitoba, which works towards a Winnipeg and Manitoba without poverty through public education and advocating policy change.
Headliner: Sweet Alibi
Songwriters Circle featuring: Jaxon Haldane; Tuva Bergstrom; Nick Parenteau
MC: Michael Redhead Champagne
Doors at 7:15pm
Show at 8:00pm
Tickets $20 Advance/At Door
Tickets at https://www.eventbrite.ca/o/west-end-cultural-centre-17906826450, West End Cultural Centre (586 Ellie Ave.) or at Social Planning Council of Winnipeg (432 Ellice Ave.).
Low-Income and want a ticket? Contact Social Planning Council of Winnipeg at (204) 943-2561 or at 432 Ellice Avenue.
Great prizes and packages will be raffled! Interested in donating a prize? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
We are a volunteer-run coalition. Funds raised in past years have helped to contribute to advocacy, research, events, rallies, and campaigns. Our coalition has successfully raised awareness about the serious issues of poverty that affect over 100,000 people in Manitoba.
Thanks to supporters, we have advocated for a provincial poverty reduction plan, a livable basic needs benefit, housing, childcare, mental health supports, a $15 minimum wage, and more. As well, last year’s funds raised helped support the Winnipeg Without Poverty campaign, calling for a comprehensive City of Winnipeg poverty plan.
Join us as we celebrate the successes of our community coming together, and look toward building our movement for change.