NECRC wishes to recognize the following agencies who's ongoing support makes our community work possible.

Province of Manitoba

Provincial staff and elected officials funded and partnered with NECRC to implement many key projects. We especially acknowledge the partnership of Neighbourhoods Alive! for both core and project supports; Jobs and the Economy supporting Employment programs; Housing and Community Development supporting housing and the Merchants Corner and Manitoba Municipal Government also supporting project development for Merchants Corner.  For more information please visit

Winnipeg Housing and Homelessness Initiative

WHHI is a partnership that comprises three levels of government, and provided funding to NECRC to deliver housing programs in the five designated North End NA! neighbourhoods. For more information please visit call : (204) 940-3070 or email:


Employment Manitoba, Jobs and the Economy

Provided funding for job search/job placement and mentorship in our Employment Development Program. For more information please visit

The United Way of Winnipeg

Provided funding for Employment programs. For more information please visit

Assiniboine Credit Union

Provided in-kind contributions to the development of the Community Financial Services Centre as well as small grants for various NECRC’s events and programs. For more information please visit

The Jubilee Fund Inc.

Provided a loan guarantee through the Assiniboine Credit Union on NECRC properties. For more information please visit

Summer Student Employment for Youth

Funded summer students projects a NECRC, Employment Development and Community Development

Manitoba Housing Authority

Provided funding to the Building Mentorship Construction Program. For more information please visit

City of Winnipeg

Provided funding to deliver housing programs such as Exterior Fix-Up Grant Programs in the two housing Improvement Zones in the neighbourhoods of William Whyte and North Point Douglas (administered through NERI) as well the five designated North End NA neighbourhoods. Provides funding for the LivsSAFE Recreation coordinator. For more information please visit

The Winnipeg Foundation

Provided financial supports for the Ambassadors Program as well as the feasibility study for the Vision for Merchants Corner. For more information please visit

Human Resources and Skills Development

supports the Canada Summer Jobs which hires local students for various community projects. For more information please visit

Manitoba Community Services Council

supports our Ambassadors program. For more information please visit


– North End Revitalization Incorporated (NERI) was organized by the North End Community Renewal Corporation (NECRC) as the new entity to which programs considered non-charitable were transferred.  It is a non-share capital corporation incorporated under The Corporations Act (Manitoba).  NERI’s membership is comprised of the NECRC Board of Directors (13).  The NERI Board of Directors is elected from amongst the membership of NERI (minimum of 3 directors).  Thus, NECRC will control NERI.

NERI was incorporated on January 8th, 2007 and operations became effective April 1st, 2007 when assets, staff, and non-charitable programs were officially transferred from NECRC to NERI.  This date was chosen as it coincides with NECRC and NERI’s fiscal year.  Restructuring of the corporation was completed in 2007 and all Project Contribution Agreements (PCA) with funders have been drafted accordingly.

The North End Community Renewal Corporation (NECRC) has charitable tax status, and is a registered charity under business number 88712 7223RR0001.  North End Revitalization Incorporated (NERI) takes care of programs that do not qualify under the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) Charities Act.  All project contribution agreements with NERI are prefaced with the above information.

The Board of NERI would like to thank the membership of NECRC and NERI for their support during the restructuring process.  With the division into two corporations, NECRC has charitable tax status. With the restructuring, NECRC and NERI have a strong legal structure to work for the social, economic, and cultural renewal of the North End of Winnipeg.

To better understand NECRC & NERI partnership, the NERI NERI-2011-2012-Annual-Report-Final has been made available to the membership of NECRC.  For more information please visit



NECRC is committed to the social, economic and cultural renewal of the North End of Winnipeg. Questions? Contact us at or call 204 927-2330