The DASCH Foundation invites our community of supporters to a Wine & Cheese Night! Join us to taste, sip, and support the DASCH Foundation as we kick-off the holiday giving season!
The biggest day to give back: Giving Tuesday 2021 This GivingTuesday, we’re asking you to help us raise funds for DASCH’s Specialized Support and Resource Services (SSRS)! SSRS is a team of consultants specializing in learning and literacy, nutrition, and behavior who collaborate with staff to build knowledge and skills to better help the people […]
GivingTuesday is a global movement for giving and volunteering. It also marks the beginning of the “giving season”, where different people, charities and organizations come together to support important causes.
Thank you to everyone who joined us for the 2019 Possibilities Gala! It was a truly incredible evening thanks to the generous support of our presenting sponsor Bison Transport, all of our corporate sponsors, donors and guests.
Thanks to the generous support of the Jessiman Foundation and the ‘Double Up for DASCH’ program,
Thank you to the Government of Manitoba and Winnipeg City Council for participating in the Wild Winter Canoe Race! Your support is greatly appreciated!
The St.Amant and DASCH Foundations have partnered to bring the Wild Winter Canoe Race presented by VIA Rail Canada to Shaw Park on February 16, 2019.
Zach is an 11 year old boy in the care of DASCH. Like other kids his age, Zach enjoys to play, spend time with his friends and family, and learn about the world around him. Unlike many kids however, Zach lives with an intellectual disability that has compromised his ability to verbally communicate. Zach cannot […]
DASCH is pleased to announce “Double Up for DASCH!” Thanks to the wonderful legacy gift from the Jessiman Foundation, we are pleased to be able to kick off our capital campaign with the new “Double Up for DASCH!” YOUR DONATION GETS 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.