“A Winnipeg charity that provides housing and programming for people with intellectual disabilities had a big start to its capital campaign today. Longtime supporter the Jessiman Foundation is donating $1million. Thanks to the Foundation, all other donations to the cause will be doubled…”
Winnipeg Sun February 15, 2018 by Scott Billeck: The family that helped start a non-profit organization aimed at helping individuals with intellectual disabilities more than 40 years ago left another lasting legacy on Thursday.
CBC News Feb 15, 2018: A Winnipeg non-profit group that provides support for people with intellectual disabilities just received a million-dollar boost.
Keep Friday June 1st 2018 open to join us as we honour Jim Kyte at next year’s Gala! A pioneer in his playing days and an inspirational figure, Jim Kyte was the first legally deaf skater in the NHL and a first round draft pick of the Winnipeg Jets in 1982.
“Sharing the evening with so many of our supporters at this year’s Gala meant so much to everyone here at DASCH.I really want to make sure you know how truly grateful we all are for your generosity year after year.” Karen Fonseth – CEO DASCH
DASCH CEO, Karen Fonseth, has received the HR Patron of the Year Award for her leadership of our Human Resource department towards diversity and innovation.
On Saturday, May 13th, DASCH presents the first Abilities Awareness 5 K Walk ‘n Roll which includes a free concert from artists Fred Penner, Bold as Lions, and many more.
Karen Fonseth has been featured in Harvard Business School’s Making a Difference project. Watch her explain what DASCH is all about and how we make a difference!
Heart and Stroke Foundation in Manitoba forms important new partnership with DASCH to raise life-changing awareness and life-saving funds
Let’s celebrate our human rights!
The Free Press featured the Possibilities Gala in the Free Press. Check out the article and media.
The Gala honouring Adam Beach and Dawn Everett was a huge success. The feel of excitement was in the air.