You might be surprised to learn that these days The Dream Factory is about more than just making dreams come true. In fact, we are going “Beyond Dreams” to create more special moments for kids battling life-threatening illnesses in our province.Read More
We have been having so much fun this year - and it’s hard to believe that June was our busiest month yet! Pro wrestlers, an unexpected kid takeover and more dreams come true, of course. Keep reading to check out some of incredibly fun things we got up to this month.Read More
With the first day of summer just around the corner, we have a very sunny edition of our newsletter for you: a special ice cream cone, fishing in the tropics, and Dragon Boat fun! Keep reading to learn more!Read More
Spring is here! While March and April already feel like they were ages ago, we still want to share a quick update on what we’ve been up to over the last few months! Check it out below!Read More
To everyone who contributed to Deadlifts for Dreams this year, I want to send a huge thank you. Not only did we manage to fundraise enough to make Maya's dream come true, we doubled up and have enough to help another child who will benefit from a dream come true.Read More
As one of the star defencemen on the Winnipeg Jets, Josh Morrissey is a household name for many hockey fans in Manitoba and to some children, getting the chance to meet him is a dream come true.
Morrissey became the Ambassador for The Dream Factory in 2016 and has sacrificed countless hours to help us make dreams come true for kids here in Manitoba who are battling life-threatening illnesses.Read More
With spring just around the corner, our team is very excited about the upcoming Dream Maker Auction - our biggest event of the year! But that doesn’t mean we’re not still busy making dreams come true - check out what we’ve been up to this month:Read More
Elevator doors opened up to reveal Maya, who had just finished a round of chemo, singing Lion King songs at the top of her lungs, delighting the other patients and parents in the Children’s Hospital cancer ward.
“She loves Lion King,” Maya’s mother, Sarah says, laughing. “But she doesn’t really know the words, so she just sings what it sounds like to her.”Read More