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Westland Education Fund The Westland Foundation held its 13th annual Education Fund Breakfast on May 15 at the RBC Convention Centre. The fundraiser supports the Westland Foundation’s Education Fund at Red River College that awards year-one and year-two scholarships at the college.

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Westland Education Fund

The Westland Foundation held its 13th annual Education Fund Breakfast on May 15 at the RBC Convention Centre. The fundraiser supports the Westland Foundation’s Education Fund at Red River College that awards year-one and year-two scholarships at the college.

The foundation also has education funds at the University of Manitoba, the University of Winnipeg and the Winnipeg Foundation. Created in 1993, the Westland Foundation is a volunteer-based non-profit organization dedicated to empowering inner-Winnipeg youth through post-secondary education.

For more information, visit westlandfoundation.ca.

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