"Providing underserved youth in Manitoba the opportunities they need to fulfill their ultimate potential."
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The True North Youth Foundation (TNYF) consists of three core programs, Camp Manitou, Project Eleven, and Winnipeg Jets Hockey Academy.
These programs empower underserved youth in our community to achieve their potential through consistent health, wellness, and activity programing that integrates into their school curriculum from kindergarten to grade twelve. The TNYF works closely with its team of motivated board members, True North employees, and our professional hockey teams and venues (Bell MTS Iceplex and Camp Manitou) to provide youth a positive, engaging and nurturing environment to grow.
While supporting youth, TNYF collaborates with external partners in business, government, education, and other sectors to reach more youth, more often in our community.
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The True North Youth Foundation (TNYF) will launch its Away Game 50/50 Program today, allowing fans in Manitoba to purchase 50/50 tickets for today’s Winnipeg Jets at Pittsburgh Penguins away game, and for all other away games this season, in support of TNYF and its youth-centred programs. TNYF has worked with the Liquor and Gaming Authority (... read more ›
True North Sports + Entertainment is proud to introduce Our True North: Report to the Community 2016-17. The report captures highlights from the past season, featuring our teams, our venues, our people, our foundation, the many community initiatives we support, and so much more. While the report is about showcasing the efforts of all True North’s... read more ›
Troy Pilon couldn't stop smiling when talking about his daughter, Jade, who is going into grade six this school year. She was one of the over 600 kids enrolled in the Winnipeg Jets Hockey Academy last year, and her experiences in the program have helped bring her and Troy closer together. "She never used to watch hockey games with me. She wou... read more ›
As a student in the Recreation Management and Community Development program at the University of Manitoba, Thomas Nowicki opted to complete a fieldwork placement. He was presented with many options at a career fair and his parents helped influence his decision knowing he wanted the opportunity to be part of an organization that creates positive cha... read more ›
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