Since 2015, Chuck and his colleagues at Goodwealth Financial have been a proud Gold Level Corporate Sponsor of the annual Winnipeg Pride Festival. 2017 marked the 30th anniversary of this celebration of diversity in the Winnipeg community, and we were there to celebrate with many of our clients and friends.
Please visit the Pride Winnipeg Facebook page at @pridewinnipeg
Winnipeg Police Service K9 Retirement and Vest Fund
The Goodwealth Financial charity of choice since 2012. Proceeds are used to improve the performance and safety for active Winnipeg Police Service canine officers and to provide a high-quality life for retired canine officers. Our donations assist in providing for:
- Ballistic vests – to protect the dogs to the same level as their handlers.
- Medical, food and dental expenses for retired canines.
- Funeral and burial costs for both active and retired canines.
- Specialized training and equipment that cannot be funded under the current budget
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Shriners Hospitals for Children
Kelly has been a Shriner since 2000. He is currently the Imperial Donor Relations Chairman for Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario. Kelly proudly participates and supports Shriners Hospitals for Children and their 22 hospitals, where they specialize in helping children with orthopedic and burn injuries. Shriners Hospitals for Children has become known as the “World’s Greatest Philanthropy.”
Established in Winnipeg, Manitoba in 1905, the name “Khartum” was taken from the chief city in Sudan. Khartum Shrine became the 95th Shrine Temple in North America and the fifth temple to be chartered in Canada.
Khartum Pipes and Drums
Established in 1949, this Shrine Unit has been Shrine Imperial and Midwest Shrine Association Pipes & Drums Champions. They remain the most senior Pipes & Drums band in Shrinedom. Wearing the Red Fraser tartan, they have and continue to perform all across North America to benefit Shriners Hospitals for Children.
Winnipeg Police Pipe Band
Kelly became a volunteer piper for WPPB in 2003. Formed in 1920, the band proudly wears the Royal Stewart tartan and performs at many high-profile local, national and international events each year. Recent performances include the 100th Grey Cup festivities, various Tattoos, Peace Officer memorials and World Curling Championships.