Donor Recognition

The Reh-Fit Centre views private funding as an important component in the achievement of building community wellness. Recognition of donors and volunteers is important because of the vital role they play in the Reh-Fit Centre. All forms of recognition will be provided within the spirit of the Centre’s mission and will be respectful of donor’s wishes.
  • Recognition will be provided to donors, with their permission
  • Donors who choose to remain anonymous may do so
  • Recognition will be provided for outright, in-kind, and planned gifts

Depending on the giving level, donor recognition will be provided, such as:

  • Donations of 10,000+ (cumulative since 2004) are acknowledged on our beautiful donor wall
  • Recognition in our newsletter, Fi tNotes, in the annual report, and on the website
  • Invitation to special education sessions and/or events
  • Other donations may be recognized in various Reh-Fit publications depending on the donor’s wishes.

The Donor Wall* is on the second floor of the Centre, immediately across from the Heart Rock Café and members’ lounge. This stunning curved wall of glass, updated annually, is a unique symbol of thanks and an enduring tribute to the generosity of our major donors and to loved ones receiving a dedication.

Donors on the Major Donor Wall include:

Platinum ($7 Million +)

The Paul Albrechtsen Foundation Inc.

Gold ($2 Million +)

The Government of Canada and Manitoba through the Canada-Manitoba Infrastructure Programs

Silver ($75,000 – $150,000)

Manitoba Hydro
The Kinsmen Club of Winnipeg
The Winnipeg Foundation
Federated Insurance Company of Canada
RBC Foundation
In loving memory of Henry Small
Great-West Life, London Life, and Canada Life
Wawanesa Insurance
Kris & Shirley Benidickson


($50,000 – $74,999)

City of Winnipeg, Community Incentive Grant Program
Scotiabank Group
Province of Manitoba, Community Places Program
Jim Wallace
Mildred I. Lucky

($25,000 – $49,999)

FWS Construction Ltd.
Investors Group
Johnston Group Inc.
Manitoba Blue Cross
Thomas Sill Foundation
James A. Sproule in memory of Bettina F. Sproule
J. Derek Riley
Cardinal Capital
Harold Neufeld
The Estate of Gaylord Gordon Gorringe

($10,000 – $24,999)

TD Bank Financial Group
Michael F.B. Nesbitt
Pollard Banknote Limited
Dick & Elaine Archer in memory of Grant S. Holmes
Malcolm & Marilyn Leggett
Rod & Kathy Corbett
Bison Transport
David G. Newman, Q.C. & Brenda Newman
Dr. Donald S. Reimer & Mrs. Anne Reimer
Elane & Barry Talbot
John & Karen Albrechtsen
Doug Harvey – Maxim Transportation Services Inc.
McLean Budden
Marilyn & Jim Burt
The Paterson Foundation
Thomas P. Dooley
Winpak Ltd.
Alison & Bob Darling
Jack & Zina Lazareck
The Harris Consulting Corporation
Kerry & Kaaren Hawkins
The Joe Brain Foundation Inc.
Walter Dubowec, FCA & Alice Dubowec
Bill Emslie & Marianne Rivoalen
Ross & Madeleine Nugent
Barry & Lynda Brown
In memory of Hector Lessard
Dr. G. Les E. Ullyot
Albert & Susan Krahn
Margaret J. Barbour
George & Laura Clark
Ken Lee

*The Donor Wall was designed by Warren Carther, a Winnipeger, who is considered one of the world’s leading architectural glass artists.He was elected to the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts in 2002 and has received Royal Canadian Academy of Arts designation for outstanding achievements in the visual arts.

Warren Carther’s projects are unprecedented in colour, innovative technique, and scale. Notable glass walls he has designed include the carved glass wall for the Canadian Embassy in Tokyo, the 100-foot glass wall in Charles de Gaulle Airport, Paris, and the 160-foot-long glass wall in the Yellowknife legislative assembly.

Mr. Carther, who works out of a studio in the Exchange district, also designed the donor wall at the Riverview Health Centre.