Support Us

Ways to Give & Get Involved

There are many ways to support Fort Garry Women’s Resource Centre! Giving a gift benefits many women and their families as they participate in programs and services which promote healing and empowerment in their lives.


Your Donation Could Provide:

$20 | Bus tickets for counselling appointments.
$50 | Childcare and healthy snacks for workshops.
$100 | Craft and art supplies for Creative Self Care workshops.
$250 | Emergency food for clients.
$500 | Holiday gifts and self care items for women and children.
$2000 | Children’s clothing and outwear for the clothing program.


Download A Donation Form

Tax receipts will be issued upon request for donations of $15 or more. We accept cash, cheque, credit and debit at the Centre!

Amazon Wish List:

Introducing our new wish list on Amazon! An easy way to donate items that support the women and children accessing our services. Order items from our list and they’ll be sent right to our door!

View Wish List

FGWRC is currently not accepting clothing/household donations. Thank you for your consideration.


Why be a member of FGWRC?

All members support the Centre’s objectives and policies. You don’t need to be member to use FGWRC services, but membership does have its benefits including :

  • All members are entitled to take books out of our new ‘Carma Room’ Library
  • Make motions/nominations/vote and hold office
  • Are eligible for special member offers including:
    • Receiving advance notification of all workshops and events at the Centre as well as receiving exclusive invitations to Centre events when applicable.

An Active member is a woman over the age of 18.

Annual membership is $20/year or sliding scale fee (income adjustable).

Membership Form

Now accepting Credit Cards and Debit at the Centre!


Employment & Volunteer

The Fort Garry Women’s Resource Centre (FGWRC) is a dynamic and exciting organization committed to creating a community where women and their children are safe, healthy, valued and empowered. We operate as a collective within a feminist philosophy utilizing consensus decision making.

No vacancies at this time.