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Grants, ACL-BB Audited Financial Statement and Annual Report 2019/2020


ACL-BB March 31, 2020 Audited Financial Statement






ACL-BB Annual Report for 2019 / 2020








2021 - Selkirk Chrysler Dodge - Thanks to a partnership with Selkirk Chrysler Dodge we were able to

purchase a van for one of our residential homes.



2021 - Telus Manitoba Foundation - ACL-BB was the recipient of a grant from  the Telus Manitoba

Foundation  to purchase and facilitate some virtual programming for our clients.


2020 – Computers for Schools – received 2 refurbished laptop computers for clients and staff to utilize for virtual programming and connections


2020 – Beausejour Coop’s “Fuel Good Day” – Received a grant of $2700 from this initiative that will be used towards developing a new website for the organization


2020 –   Community Foundation of Canada and the Brokenhead River Community Foundation

               Emergency Community Support Fund

Received 2 grants through this program. First was $4600 to purchase some new computers and technology equipment. Second grant was for $15,000 to purchase a new van for the organization.



2019 – Sunova Credit Union – Funding to purchase a new van for the organization


2018 – Enabling Accessibility Fund - $6860. for the purchase and installation of an automatic door opener for 742 Park Avenue.


2018 – Healthy Together Now – Funding to provide modified Yoga programming and classes to the clients of ACL-BB


2018 - Province of Manitoba Community Support Small Grant Program - $5,975. to purchase new equipment for the kitchen at the Day Program.  We purchased a new commercial dishwasher, 2 stoves and kitchen equipment.


2018 - Province of Manitoba Community Places Program - $28,725. This will be used for the cold storage building renovation.


See Link below for September 5th, 2018 News Release




2018 - Brokenhead River Community foundation - $500. to purchase tools for the wood working program.


2017 - Computers for Schools - We were successful in our application to receive 2 new computers through this program. 


2017 - Sunova Credit Union - $1500 sponsorship for the Walk A Thon Fundraiser.  Thank you also to the Sunova staff for providing volunteers for the day of the event to assist with the BBQ lunch.


2017 - Thomas Sill Foundation - $13,000. towards the William Avenue Home renovations


2017 - South Beach Casino Community Spirit Fund - $3,747.65 to purchase an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) Machine for 917 Park Avenue


2017 - Cerebral Palsy Association of Manitoba - $971.79 to purchase an iPad for one of the participants


2017 - The Home Depot Canada Foundation - $3,000 and $1,000 Home Depot Gift card toward the William Avenue renovations


2017 - Healthy Together Now - $1780 for the promotion of physical activity - Zumba and Drums Alive classes, purchase sports and exercise equipment for the Day Program


2016 - Manitoba Community Services Council - $25,000. towards the purchase of a new wheelchair van.  Some of these funds ($9,000.) were provided as a result of volunteering with Bingo's through Manitoba Lotteries.  The van has now been ordered and will be picked up shortly. 



2015 - We received a grant from Sport and Recreation Opportunities for $2,400. to purchase two adaptive trikes.



2015 - We received a grant from Healthy Together Now for $1,200. to run a series of cooking classes using our garden produce as well as hosting a mini Iron Chef competition.  This program starts in May 2016.


2015 - We received a grant from Brokenhead Foundation for $500. for art supplies related to exploring fiber arts.


2015 - We received a grant from Community Places for $20,000. towards the renovations to our Tyndall Home.  We were able to transfer these funds towards the purchase of a new home for the gentlemen living in the Tyndall home, as that residence was no longer safe for them to reside in.


2014 - We received a grant from Peavy Mart for $30,000 which was used for our greenhouse and garden beds