Why Plan Your Giving with Us?

Good Neighbours Active Living Centre (GNALC) is a warm and friendly place. It is a safe environment for those 55 and older to meet new people, share interests, be active and lead productive and healthy lives.
Our programs and services are enriching the lives of many both at the Centre and in the community. GNALC provides opportunities for making friends, exploring interests, staying healthy, getting assistance with daily living, and helping others through volunteering.


Good Neighbours lets me mingle with people in my age group who share similar memories and interests. The friendly environment allows me to participate in programs and events as I am ready and make new friends as I do. -John F.

 Two Ways of Growing

By Donating Today...
Help us achieve our current goals by donating directly to Good Neighbours Active Living Centre.
By Donating For the Future...
Help us ensure our long-term growth by donating to the Good Neighbours Active Living Centre Endowment Fund, created as a "Planned Giving" program in support of the future of GNALC.

Your Planned Giving Contribution

You may plan your giving to GNALC directly as a donation or through the Endowment Fund. Both may be eligible for tax credits to you now or to your estate in the future.
In addition to the tax benefits of planned giving, your donation will be a legacy that helps GNALC continue to thrive. Take comfort in knowing that your donation will touch the lives of seniors, their families and the community for years to come.

Questions you may have...

What can I donate?

  • Cash, stocks, bequests, registered plans, life insurance, property, etc.

How do I decide what to donate?

  • Contact your financial advisor, accountant, or lawyer.

Your gift will:

  • Help support the current programs and services offered by GNLAC. Examples include Pilates, Making Muscles, People with Arthritis Can Exercise, Creative Writing, Computer Courses, Ballroom and Belly Dancing and Drop-in Programs.
  • Assist in the development and implementation of new opportunities for older adults
  • Ensure GNALC has quality equipment for programs. Examples include fitness balls, free weights, mats, computers and card tables.
  • Aid in promoting the many opportunities offered at GNALC to the benefit of more older adults in the community.

The Endowment Fund

The Good Neighbours Active Living Centre Endowment Fund is managed by The Winnipeg Foundation. The revenue from this fund will provide a reliable and continual source of income, ensuring that the good work of GNALC can continue well into the future.


“I’m bored,” and “I have nothing to do.” These are two statements I very rarely use since I joined Good Neighbours ten years ago. I have become useful as a volunteer and fitter with the exercise programs I enjoy. I have learned new and fun things. Best of all, I have made good friends. You simply have to come here and find the programs that make you happy...-Gloria F.


If you wish to support the future of GNALC by donating to our Endowment Fund, please make your donation payable to:
Good Neighbours Active Living Centre
Endowment Fund
c/o The Winnipeg Foundation
1350 One Lombard Place
Winnipeg Manitoba
R3B 0X3

Or, online here

If you would like more information about our Planned Giving Program:
• call GNALC at (204) 669-1710 extension 224
• call The Winnipeg Foundation at
(204) 944-9474
• visit The Winnipeg Foundation web site


Charitable Registration & Information

Charitable Registration Number: 14083 1926 RR0001

To review our charitable information, including compensation, please click here.

Audited Statements




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Privacy Policy







Confidentiality and Privacy


February 22, 2011

Issued to:

All Manual Holders

Reviewed & Revised

August 20, 2013





This Statement of Policy and Procedure outlines Good Neighbours Active Living Centre’s (GNALC) compliance with privacy legislation, principles and practices.

2.1 “PIPEDA” is the Personal Information Protection and Electronics Document Act, the Canadian law governing the commercial collection, use and disclosure of personal information.
2.2 “PHIA” is the Personal Health Information Act, which provides clients with the right to
      a) access their personal health information, and
      b) have their personal health information kept private
when that information is held by a health care provider, health care facility or public body (referred to in the Act as “trustees”).
2.3 “Right of Access” means that clients can ask to see, or get a copy of, personal health information about them. They also have the right to request a correction to this information if they feel it is inaccurate or incomplete. Access to the client’s health records allows them to make informed decisions, based on complete information, about their health and health care.
2.4 “Privacy” under PHIA also recognizes that personal health information is private and should be held in confidence by those who maintain it. To protect the client’s right to privacy. PHIA imposes obligations on trustees when they collect, maintain, use and share their personal health information. When trustees collect personal health information from the client, they will normally use that information for the reasons it was provided. Before trustees can use this information for other reasons, or share it with people outside their organization, they should generally get consent.
2.5 “Personal information” refers to all information related to a unique individual including name and contact information, identification numbers or codes, and sensitive personal information.
2.6 “Cookies” refers to log files planted in an individual’s computer hard drive to record and save personal information about the individual’s location and preferences for future use.
2.7 “Privacy Commissioner of Canada” refers to the individual who has been identified by the federal government to inform and enforce PIPEDA.

3.1 GNALC, its employees and volunteers will take all reasonable steps to maintain the confidentiality of all confidential, organizational and personal information.
3.2 GNALC, its employees and volunteers will respect and protect the privacy of personal information by complying with the 10 privacy principles required by the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA), as follows:

      a) Accountability
      b) Identifying purpose
      c) Consent
      d) Limiting collection
      e) Limiting use, disclosure and retention
      f) Accuracy
      g) Safeguards
      h) Openness
      i) Individual access, and
      j) Challenging compliance.
3.3 Personal health information is recorded information about clients, their health and health care. This information is held by trustees. It can include:
      a) Name, address and phone number
      b) Information about a client’s health, health care history and family history
      c) Information about the type of care or treatment a client is receiving 
      d) Personal Health Information Number
PHIA applies to all recorded personal health information no matter if it is kept in a paper file, on a computer, or in any other form.
3.4 GNALC will maintain a privacy policy for distribution to members, clients and other interested parties, and will post this policy on its website (Appendix 1). The policy will include references to:
      a) Restrictions placed on that disclosure;
      b) The process by which individuals may access their personal information.
3.5 GNALC will maintain high standards of physical and electronic security whenever personal information is being handled.
3.6 The Executive Director shall be GNALC’s Privacy Officer. All requests for access to personal information and all contact with the Privacy Commissioner of Canada will go through the Privacy Officer.
3.7 Employees, clients, members and volunteers have a right to understand, access and correct their personal information. Personal information collected, used or disclosed will be subject to the same care and conditions as outlined for other personal information.

4.1 This policy applies to all GNALC’s employees and volunteers.
4.2 Compliance with the principles outlined in this policy shall be treated as essential for contract compliance with suppliers, consultants and other contracted organizations.

5.1 All employees and volunteers will protect and respect confidential and personal information by:
a) Taking all reasonable steps to secure and protect the information, as follows:
      i) Electronic records of personal information will be subject to limited access by authorized personnel in the performance of their duties.
      ii) Printed records of personal information, when they are not under the control of authorized personnel, will be kept in a secure location.
b) Disclosing to individuals that personal information is being collected and directing them to the privacy policy.
c) Destroying the information when it is no longer required. Personal information will be destroyed two years after it is no longer required.

6.1 It is the responsibility of every employee and volunteer to ensure that privacy of personal information is protected and respected.
6.2 The Privacy Officer is responsible for:
      a) Developing and maintaining GNALC’s privacy policies both for the public and for employee records.
      b) Reviewing GNALC’s collection, use and disclosure of personal information to ensure that only required information is dealt with.
      c) Communicating the privacy policy to the public and to all employees and volunteers, including necessary employee and volunteer training.
      d) Acting as an expert resource for GNALC on matters relating to privacy of personal information.
      e) Ensuring that the systems and procedures of GNALC meet all legal compliance requirements and also a standard of excellence for respect of personal information.
      f) Documenting and analyzing all complaints regarding the use, retention or disclosure of personal information.
      g) Instituting changes to the policy and related procedures he/she deems necessary to respect the principles of this policy.

a) Personal information may be collected without knowledge or consent only in the following circumstances:
      i) In the event of an emergency that threatens the life, health or security of an individual.
      ii) If there are reasonable grounds to believe that the information could be useful to investigate the contravention of a law.
      iii) The collection is in the interest of the individual and consent cannot be obtained in a timely way.
      iv) The collection of the information with the individual’s knowledge or consent would compromise the availability or accuracy of the information and the collection is required to investigate the contravention of a law.
      v) The information is publicly available.
b) Personal information may be disclosed without knowledge or consent only in the following circumstances:
      i) In the event of an emergency that threatens the life, health or security of an individual.
      ii) To the lawyer representing GNALC.
      iii) To collect a debt owed to GNALC by the individual.
      iv) To a government institution that has indicated disclosure is required on a matter relating to national security or the conduct of international affairs.
      v) The information is publicly available.
      vi) If required by law.
      vii) For other circumstances listed in subsection 7(3) of PIPEDA.
      viii) For other circumstances listed in subsection 22 (1-3) of PHIA.
c) Requests from an individual to provide information about their personal information being collected, used or disclosed by GNALC will be answered within 20 working days. No fee will be charged for this service.
d) If an individual withdraws consent for the use of personal information, the Privacy Officer will take all necessary steps to cease GNALC’s use of the information within 20 working days.


Annual Reports

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Ph. 669-1710 Fax 661-0750
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The Volunteer Program exists to empower Good Neighbours Active Living Centre to achieve its mission efficiently and successfully while providing meaningful ways for individuals to contribute to society in their own unique way.
The information gathered on this application form is confidential and will be used by the volunteer department as contact and placement
information only.
Postal Code
Phone No.
Why are you interested in volunteering
at Good Neighbours?
What are your special skills,
interests or hobbies?
What is your current/previous work
or volunteer experience?
Committee work
- Governance
Board of Directors
Nominating/ Board Development
Human Resources/ Personnel
Committee work
- Operations
Public Relations
Volunteer Advisory
Selling tickets
Fashion Show
Garage Sale
Craft Sale
Customer Service
Centre Host
General office
Computer data entry
Course leader
Teaching a workshop
Sending cards/calling members in need
Birthday phoners
Folding, stuffing or stamping
Hand delivery
Room set-up/clean-up
General cleaning
Yard work
Food Services
Hobnobs Cafe
Serving/preparing refreshments for social events
River East Council
Meal Program
Daily Hello


Please (√) the time periods you are available to volunteer.
9 am - 12pm*
12 pm - 4 pm*
4 pm - 6 pm*
*These times are approximate
How often would you like to volunteer?
How long a commitment are you
prepared to make?
Please note the times of the year you
are not available to volunteer


Please list any health problems which may affect your ability to perform as a volunteer and that you wish to have taken into consideration when determining a volunteer placement.


Please list three references - past or present employers, volunteer coordinators, family or friends.


Phone Number


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