All City of Winnipeg owned and operated recreation and library facilities are closed, and all programs and bookings are cancelled, until further notice.
General Council of Winnipeg Community Centres (GCWCC)
Provision of support services to community centres through a cooperative partnership between GCWCC and the City of Winnipeg Community Services Department
Through its partnership with the City, GCWCC provides ongoing leadership support to Winnipeg’s community centre executives and volunteers. Support services include:
- Board development
- Program development
- Financial accountability
- Constitutional reviews
- Policy issues
- Yearly incorporation reviews
- Employee/employer responsibilities
- Screening of volunteers
- Legal liabilities
- Respectful workplace policies
- Child abuse registry checks
- Fair play
- Leadership training seminars
- Publications of training manual/booklet
Online Inclusivity and Cultural Sensitivity training video
A Winnipeg-made online cultural sensitivity video, developed for community centre volunteers, that captures Winnipeg's unique and rich cultural diversity to enhance awareness and help to build cultural bridges.
Community Centre Renovation Fund
The Community Centre Renovation Fund supports repairs, upgrades, retrofits, safety improvements and renovation projects at the City of Winnipeg Community Centre facilities.
Visit the Community Centre Renovation Fund page for more information.
If you have questions or comments about the operation of community centre facilities and programs or if you are interested in volunteering, contact your local community centre directly or contact GCWCC:
- Fax: 204.475.5812
- Web: www.gcwcc.mb.ca
- Address: Unit 400–10 Fort Street Winnipeg, MB R3C 1C4
Becoming a GCWCC Board Member
For information on becoming a GCWCC Board Member, please visit the City Clerks section of winnipeg.ca.
Community Centre Volunteers
Community Centres provide recreation programs and services to area residents through a cooperative partnership between community centre volunteers and City administration. Throughout the year, dedicated volunteers commit their time and energy to the operation of community centre facilities and programs. Volunteers provide enjoyable activities that are appropriate for people of all ages and interests and that often lead to the development of new skills and enduring friendships.