Read all the latest news about Epic Opportunities, the people it serves and its community partners in each edition of the Epic Achievements newsletter.

September 2017
Food for thought

Thanksgiving is right around the corner so it seems only fitting the latest edition of Epic Achievements provides a little food for thought. Our cover story focuses on the work of Epic Opportunities’ Spirit Committee and the wild edibles nature walk it organized at FortWhyte Alive in south Winnipeg. We also take a look at the great work being done at the NorWest Co-op Community Food Centre where people supported by Epic Opportunities are gaining valuable work experience and job skills. And finally we profile Coordinator and NCI Facilitator Heather Bruneau.

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July 2017
Driven to succeed

Summer may be in full swing but that doesn’t mean but that doesn’t mean there isn’t plenty of epic news to report on. The July edition of Epic Achievements starts off with a story on the Driven 4 UR Community promotion which will see Epic Opportunities partner with Capital Ford Lincoln to raise funds for the non-profit organization. We also learn more details about an upcoming event that will promote physical wellness for people supported by Epic Opportunities and find out what drives Manager Gagandeep Gagneja.

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May 2017
Power of partnerships


The May edition of Epic Achievements provides a glimpse of some of the important partnerships Epic Opportunities is pleased to be part of. We start off with a look at what Red River College is doing to generate feedback from graduates of its Disability and Community Support program and how this initiative could benefit agencies like Epic Opportunities. We also learn about how a musical partnership is benefiting people served by the organization. And finally, we profile Michael and how his outgoing personality has benefited him and the people around him.

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February 2017
A new approach to service

The February edition of Epic Achievements is so full of good news we had to add a couple of extra pages to fit it all in. Our cover story provides details of Epic Opportunities’ plans to make its day service more community-based and tailored to the needs of the people we serve. We also share news about how a generous donation from BrettYoung Seeds will help the agency undertake renovations at two of its day service locations. And finally, we profile Direct Support Worker Marc Cuevas and how he’s paying forward the kindness people showed him and his family when they arrived in Winnipeg.

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