Winnipeg Trails Association logo in the shape of a heart

Thank you for being willing to support our work. It means a lot to us to know that you have our back.

Your donation helps us grow, connect and protect Winnipeg’s network of trails and bikeways. We believe everyone has a right to nature, a right to go outside an have fun, and to safe, comfortable movement through the city they love. 

Private donations give us flexibility to do what we know is important to accomplish our goals and ultimately, do what is right.  Thank you.

To donate your time

To get involved as a volunteer, please email [email protected] and let us know! Take a moment to share your availability and the types of things you might like to do and we’ll keep you in the loop. Note that our staff and organization’s motto is “if it’s not fun, we don’t do it”. Volunteers especially. 🙂

To donate $

Cash is, well, always useful. If you’d like to support out work, feel free to write us a cheque. Remember “million” has six zeroes.. 😉 Seriously though. we do accept donations and are always honoured when we receive one. Depending on the project, we can offer charitable receipts, often through a project, so if a receipt is helpful to you for tax purposes, just contact us when you make that donation. 
To donate equipment, lumber, skis, soil, etc..

Over the years, we’ve been amazed at the generosity of Winnipeggers and their willingness to chip in with unneeded items and see them put to good use. Everything from tree planting shovels to bicycles to skis, we’ll often take them and either put them to use in programming, or find them a good home. Our mobile ski library for example was a huge success and we’ll  take any winter equipment  you find you aren’t using (yes you can send things our way even in the spring when you are cleaning out that garage). Right now, we’d love a few more treeplanting bags for any old pros wanting to retire and make it official. 🙂  Note that most of the time, bicycles can always be sent to a good home, and if more appropriate to take them to someone like to WRENCH or local community bike shop, we’ll let you know. We’ll often take donatition of lumber, especially old cedar decks or fences for tuning them in into trail side signs, planters or boardwalks.