Sponsors & Partners
Graffiti Art Programming Inc. gratefully acknowledges the support that we receive from our many sponsors, funders, donors, and partners, without which we could not hope to provide the level of programming to the children and youth that we service daily.
Their ongoing commitment to GAP Inc. has enabled us to pilot innovative, relevant programs geared to the needs of the children and youth of our neighbourhood; enabled us to expand that programming to encompass more neighbourhoods and allowed us to share our best practices model with other organizations throughout Canada.
Additional Sponsors: Angus Reid Foundation, The Forks North Portage Partnership, The Forks Inn, The Orbit Room - Nicolinos Restaurant, IBM Toronto, Manitoba Community Service Council, Manitoba Culture (Heritage and Tourism), MB4Youth Children and Youth Opportunities, Neighbourhoods Alive!, Richardson Foundation, United Rentals, United Way Toronto.
Aboriginal Vision for the North End, Aboriginal Youth Opportunities, Art City, Arts and Cultural Industries Association of Manitoba, Boys and Girls Clubs of Winnipeg, Broadway Neighbourhood Centre, Canadian Museum for Human Rights, David Livingston School, Family Dynamics, Flora House, Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization, Ka Ni Kanichihk, Kildonan Youth Activity Centre, Local Investment Toward Employment, Maples Youth Activity Centre, Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre Inc., Marymound, Michaëlle Jean Foundation, Mount Carmel Clinic, Ndinawemaaganag Endaawaad Inc., NEEDS Centre, Norquay Community Centre, Norquay School, North Centennial Recreation & Leisure Facility, North End Community Helpers Network, North End Community Renewal Corporation, North Point Douglas Women's Centre, Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art, Point Douglas Residents Association, Pritchard Park, Rainbow Resource Centre, Ralph Brown Community Centre, Resource Assistance for Youth, Rossbrook House, Royal Winnipeg Ballet, Spence Neighbourhood Association, Teen Stop Jeunesse, Turtle Island Neighbourhood Centre, Unity Charity, Urban Shaman Contemporary Aboriginal Art Gallery, West Broadway Youth Outreach,West Central Community Program