Make Poverty History Manitoba (MPHM) is a multi-sector collaborative coalition - representing Indigenous, newcomer, labour, women, 2SLGBTQ*, disability, business, education, student, youth, urban, rural, and northern communities.

Our coalition is committed to changing public policy to achieve a Manitoba without poverty.

Our efforts are primarily directed at the provincial and municipal level.

Know Poverty - Provincial Poverty Reduction Strategy

We advocate for a comprehensive plan to end poverty across the province.

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Livable Basic Needs Benefit

Manitobans deserve help meeting essential needs, especially when they're affected by poverty.

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Winnipeg Without Poverty

We're calling on the city to lead in the fight against poverty.

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News

  • Six Ideas for Manitoba’s Budget to End Poverty
    Every year, the Manitoba government puts a call out for people to submit ideas for the annual provincial budget. We believe that the provincial budget must focus on social and economic justice for all – starting with addressing poverty.  Our coalition is committed to changing public policy to achieve a Manitoba without poverty. The recommendations in our submission to the government are ...
  • Make Poverty History: 4th Annual Fundraising Concert
    MAKE POVERTY HISTORY: 4TH ANNUAL FUNDRAISING CONCERT March 12, 2020 Join together to harness the power of music to help drive social change, raise awareness about poverty, and make it history. All proceeds go to support the work of Make Poverty History Manitoba, which works towards a Winnipeg and Manitoba without poverty through public education and advocating policy change. | Featuring | The ...
  • MPHM Submission on New Income Support Program for People with Disabilities
    Make Poverty History Manitoba Provincial Working Group was pleased to submit to the provincial government’s consultation on a New Income Support Program for People with Disabilities. Please find the text of our coalition’s submission as well as a PDF link below. Dear Minister Stefanson and the Department of Families, Thank you for the opportunity to contribute to the consultation on a ...

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