$77,000 Estimated Jackpot
$10,000 Guaranteed Prize
Winning numbers for this game will be posted online following the broadcast. Potential winners have until the following Monday by 11:59 AM to call and record their potential winning card(s) on the winners line. If Monday is a statutory holiday, the deadline will be moved to Tuesday by 11:59AM. The online posting will be unofficial, and if there are any mistakes the original broadcast will be the only official source of numbers.
PLEASE NOTE OUR DECEMBER 23RD GAME WILL AIR AT 7:30 PM
Cards are $5 for a 6 play area card.
Jackpot starts at $10,000 and grows each week by $1 per card sold
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December 9th cards are now available online!
- December 9th cards are available online
- Head over to KinsmenJackpotBingo.com
- Don’t miss your chance to win the Jackpot or the Guaranteed prize!
- The guaranteed jackpot for this week’s game is $10,000
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The Winnipeg Kinsmen wants to thank our players for playing!
You are a big reason we can continue to support Charities across Manitoba
50th Ball Fundraiser Feature
Heartwood Healing Centre
Heartwood Healing Centre, previously The Laurel Centre, has been providing support to adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse since 1985. It’s new name better reflects the change from exclusively supporting women to supporting all genders impacted by childhood sexual abuse.
Heartwood Healing Centre is the only organization in Manitoba whose mission is specifically dedicated to supporting adults (16 and over) who have experienced childhood sexual abuse. While other organizations may have a program that supports childhood sexual abuse survivors, Heartwood is the only organization where every program is designed to address the unique trauma of childhood sexual abuse.
In a recent report completed for Heartwood Healing Centre, it was estimated that in Manitoba alone there could be more than 125,000 adults who have experienced childhood sexual abuse. The Sweet Water Foundation Research and Treatment Institute reports that across Canada, 1 in 3 females and 1 in 6 males will experience some form of sexual abuse before the age of 18.
Heartwood’s Building a Foundation program supports people who have experienced childhood sexual abuse as they build awareness of the impact trauma has had on their lives, discover their internal resources, and develop new coping skills. This program is often one of the first steps in someone’s healing journey.
In the Building a Foundation program, Heartwood provides short-term counselling, psychoeducational groups, and foundation-building webinars. Thanks to our partnerships with post-secondary institutions, the Building a Foundation program is partially resourced by students. These students are supervised by skilled therapists and get hands-on experience and training in ways to support people who have experienced this unique type of trauma
At Heartwood Healing Centre, we recognize that healing is a lifelong journey and there is more than one way to heal. That’s why we offer a variety of programs like long-term therapy, support groups, peer mentorship, engagement & coordination sessions, and cultural programming to meet people where they are on their healing journey. All at no cost to the participant.
In Heartwood’s Building a Foundation program, more than 50% of participants are between the ages of 16-30 and across all of Heartwood’s programming 80% of all participants are women or gender diverse.
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Swan Valley Crisis Centre
The Swan Valley Crisis Centre, located in Swan River, MB since 1984 is a registered charity, providing no cost family violence prevention services, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Primarily funded through the Gender Based Violence Prevention Program, we are an associated member of Manitoba Association of Women’s Shelters.
Providing Safe Crisis Accommodation and Interim Husing to women and their children. Clients receive daily supports while they heal and move forward.
Our Public Education Service provides no-cost presentations and education programs to groups, classrooms, or organizations on a variety of topics such as healthy relationships, self-esteem, family violence, bullying, etc.
Programming for individuals include Anger Management, Parenting, and Domestic Violence info sessions. Counselling is available for residential and non-residential women and children as well as a women’s support group.
Our Resource Centre holds many valuable resources that include books, DVD’s, information pamphlets and brochures, protection order designates, commissioner for oaths, and staff to help navigate various systems in community. Drop in services include, free hygiene products, snacks, and clothing, computer and telephone use.
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Order November 25th cards online!
- After 7pm tonight, head over to KinsmenJackpotBingo.com
- Don’t miss your chance at the Jackpot or $10,000 Guaranteed prize!
- You can get the winning numbers after the game at Kinsmenjackpotbingo.com or call the winners line at 204-946-6377