The Riel-Evate Endowment Fund was established by the Louis Riel School Division (LRSD) in May 2019 in partnership with The Winnipeg Foundation.
The fund supports student success while investing in programs and initiatives in LRSD that positively impact the lives of students and their families.
To date, support has been in the form of annual scholarships to a graduating student in each of our high schools and to a student graduating from the Louis Riel Arts & Technology Centre.
The Riel-Evate Endowment Fund Committee is comprised of leaders in the community and members of the Louis Riel School Division Board of Trustees.
Our work is focused on increasing the size of the endowment fund through the solicitation of donations and through fundraising activity.
We believe in the power of community to elevate hope, success, and well-being which drives our collective commitment, energy, and enthusiasm.
Proceeds from The Riel-Evate Endowment Fund will be used to assist graduating students in their post-secondary pursuits and fund new or existing programs that support learning and mental health and well-being.
Congratulations to the recipients of the 2020-2021 Riel-Evate Endowment Fund Bursary:
|Collège Jeanne-Sauvé||Djénéba D.|
|J.H. Bruns Collegiate||Sophia L.|
|Louis Riel Arts & Technology Centre||Sumayya B.|
|Nelson McIntyre Collegiate||Natalia B.|
|Collège Béliveau||Ben P.|
|Windsor Park Collegiate||Heejeung B.|
|Dakota Collegiate||Melinda C.|
|Glenlawn Collegiate||Anila S.|
How can you get involved with The Riel-Evate Endowment Fund Committee?
1. Invest Your Time and Talent
If you are interested in volunteering, contact us! Offer ideas on how to promote the endowment fund and the work of the Committee
2. Make a Donation
Your contribution grows with The Winnipeg Foundation, stays in LRSD and will have a lasting impact on student success.
Riel-Evate Committee Members:
- Sandra-Dee Beer
- Franky Czinege
- Rick Haley
- Tamara McCaffrey
- Bev Mulholland
- Sandy Nemeth
- Tom Parker
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