Mission & Vision


Our mission is to have a positive impact in our society, to inspire, create value in our communities and collaborate with one another on various issues we face.


Our vision is to have a great impact on our society by helping our communities overcome our battle against drugs, bullying, mental health and homelessness or anything we face through education and raising awareness. Working together to make a difference in this World is the greatest gift we can give.

About Us!

We are a non-profit group based in Winnipeg. Our annual event The Lions Run is a 5K run with families to bring communities together and raise awareness against drugs, addictions, and mental health. Throughout the year with education talks at schools, community public events and drives we try to educate and promote community issues as much as possible.

Kaur-meets-world, strives to create awareness on these issues, in collaboration with communities and organisations to have an impact in our community. Kaur meets World represents values such as equality and leadership, to help people learn, grow, and overcome obstacles in a positive way and inspire to do good.

You can help us by reaching out, collaborating, volunteering in our upcoming events by any means, to make a difference in as many lives as possible.


2018.05.26 – The Race for Kids and Lions Run – PosterInformation


2017.08.01 – 2017.11.01 – Winter Clothing Drive – Poster


2018.05.26 – The Lion’s Run & Race for Kids – Photos

2017.06.24 – The Lion’s Run – Photos

Blog Posts

Be captivated by the perspectives I gathered

04 March 2018

Community Strength

Community Strength The Sikh community has always been a tight knit group of people. Especially within the Gurdwara you may attend, you really get to know and understand the people who go there, you have a sense of family, of belonging and sharing. Like family there is love, tension and understanding too. These last few […]

24 September 2017

Early Onset Cannabis Use Among Adolescents and Development of Mental Illness

Weed, grass, pot, and dope are among some of the common street names referring to marijuana, the most commonly used illicit drug among Canadian youth, besides alcohol1.  According to the Canadian Alcohol and Drug Use Monitoring Survey 2009, the average age of first time cannabis use among youth was 15.6 years of age. The prevalence […]

24 September 2017

No Excuses

I was going to make my husband blueberry pancakes one day, but when I had opened the carton of blueberries most of them had gone bad. Its funny how one bad blueberry can affect the whole batch. It got me thinking how life works the same way. One person can have a greatly positive or […]

22 February 2017

Anti-Bullying Campaign

In about 85-88% of bullying incidents observed on the school playground, peers were present and were watching the bullying happen. Peers spent 54% of the time watching the child who was bullying and 21% of the time joining in. Children are drawn to bullying episodes, even though the majority of children say they don’t like to see another […]

07 January 2017

Failure is the pre-requisite to success

Working from 9-5 is not all life has to offer. Looking forward to “TGIF” is not all life has to give. There is more to life than just a job. It is estimated we spend 4 years of our life looking at our cell phone screen. Facebook. Instagram. Twitter. Snap chat. And who knows what […]

30 December 2016

Never Lose Character

When you go through a life changing experience, there are things like getting married, having kids or moving to a different city. There are also things like losing a part of your daily living, just like someone with dementia or Alzheimer’s, may forget how to drive or brush their teeth, living with a disability; blindness, […]



Resource Assistance for Youth

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Siloam Mission
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Phone: 204.956.4344
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Phone: (204) 417.2110
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Addictions Foundation Manitoba

200 Osborne Street North
Winnipeg, MB  R3C 1V4
Phone: 204-944-6235
Fax: 204-772-8077

1041 Portage Ave
Winnipeg, MB  R3G 0R8
Phone: 204-944-6229
Fax: 204-284-5520

Preventing Violence and Promoting Relationships

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