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Employment Opportunities

Fort Garry Women’s Resource Centre is currently accepting applications for the following two employment opportunities:Childminder (Casual); Children's Art & Play Therapist (Contract)...

Volunteer Posting - Board of Directors

Currently seeking applications from feminist-minded women who are interested in working with important issues for women and their families in the community to join our volunteer Board of Directors. Vacancy is one board member to serve on our Community Relations Committee..

Positive Coping Group

Coping with stress, trauma and emotional pain can be challenging. In this 6 week group for women, participants will explore healthy ways of coping with these issues. Together, women will develop their own toolbox for coping through increased self awareness and mindfulness, finding ways to deal with feelings, identifying ways to increase self esteem and resilience, learning how to develop a support network and practising self care...

Upcoming Events

January 16, 2015, January 30, 2015
Community Crafting Circles : Beadwork
We will be making a seed bracelet on fabric. Come and enjoy the afternoon getting to know other creative people. All skill levels welcome. All supplies necessary for the project will be provided

February 4, 2015
Understanding Stress & Physical Activity
Feel “burnt out”? Wake up in the mornings feeling un-rested? Have trouble dealing with life’s smallest tasks? If you’ve answered yes to any of the above questions this workshop is a must for you to attend!

February 4, 2015
Open Clothing Room
Come and access our clothing room and receive up to 5 free items!

February 10, 2015
Loving our Sexuality
What does it mean to be a sexual woman in our society? Do you feel that your sexuality expresses who you really are? Or are you trying to fit into a picture of what others tell you your sexuality should be?