DASCH’s Recreation Program celebrates two years! Two years ago, the world was trying to figure out how to navigate life in a pandemic – and DASCH was no exception. For the safety of the people we support and our staff, we temporarily closed our day programs, vocational training, and cancelled events– so many activities […]
June is Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month, and to recognize it, we wanted to share our good friend Richard’s story. You may remember Richard from our 2020 Holiday Campaign, where he shared some of the struggles he’d been working through, two of which were a recent dementia diagnosis and seizures.
Thank you to everyone who supported the DASCH Foundation this past year. Please see the 2021 Stewardship Report to see the difference your donation made in the lives of the people DASCH Inc. is proud to support.
Last summer DASCH worked on brand refresh in the form of a new logo and tagline. We wanted an update that represented the progress DASCH has experienced since first starting.
CBC News recently featured a story bringing to light the effects of COVID-19 on programs for people living with disabilities, like DASCH’s own day program. Hear from Karen Fonseth, DASCH CEO, and Nancy, a day program participant who hasn’t been able to attend for nearly two years: http://ow.ly/eA7f50HLSpa
We are excited and honoured to announce that The Winnipeg Goldeyes Baseball Club and Shaw Communications Inc. has announced DASCH as their latest Everyday Heroes Powered by Shaw.
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 […]