We are humbled and grateful to have received Mr. Gauthier’s incredibly generous gift of $1 million dollars to build the Joyce Gauthier Training & Behaviour Centre. The WHS will now be able to expand our training and behaviour courses, partner with other organizations for dog gymnastics and other programs, and also increase the quantity of our educational offerings for youth.
- WHEN: Sunday, December 2, 2018
- WHERE: Winnipeg Humane Society, 45 Hurst Way
- TIME: 12PM to 4PM
Visit with Santa!
Join us for our 7th annual craft & bake sale!
Do some holiday shopping at our Craft Sale in our Joyce Gauthier Behaviour and Training Centre. We have a variety of local, handmade crafters – there’s something for everyone on your list with 31 tables this year! And don’t forget to visit our Bake Sale to pick up some holiday baking made from
On behalf of the Gauthier Auto Group, we are happy to announce the donation of this new truck to Winnipeg Harvest.
Jim Gauthier and Jim Gauthier Chevrolet are pleased to announce the donation of a vehicle to RaY - Resource Assistance for Youth.
RaY is a non-profit street level agency working with street-entrenched and homeless youth up to the age of 29. RaY is non-judgmental and non-partisan, employing a harm reduction approach to all interactions with youth in need.
We look forward to seeing this vehicle on the road being used by such a great not for profit organization.
Friends of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights is pleased to announce that the Gauthier Automotive Group has made a new $500,000 gift to the capital campaign for the Canadian Museum for Human Rights.
This gift brings their total contribution to $1.5 million. In recognition of their generous support, the accessible drop-off entrance to the Museum will be named the Jim & Joyce Gauthier Accessible Drop-off Entrance.
“We’re really excited to be able to make this additional gift to the Museum,” said Jim Gauthier. “ We believe in giving back to our community and...
Gail Asper, national campaign chair of the Friends of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, speaks at the presentation of a $500,000 donation from the Jim Gauthier Automotive Group on Monday. (Trevor Brine/CBC)
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights' fundraising charity has received a $500,000 gift from the Jim Gauthier Automotive Group, less than a month...
DREAMS COME TRUE -- The Dream Factory celebrated with a fantasy night for 650 patrons Friday at the Winnipeg Convention Centre. Pulling out all the stops, the Events By Emma gang transformed the room with purple light, clouds above the stage and a hot air balloon with a basket floating under it. "The room had a dreamy, in-the-stars feeling," said executive director Grace Thompson. The silent auction was divided into three parts.....