new corporate sponsors


Wawanesa Insurance

What happens when you ask your employee's, "What is your preferred charity? In response to this question, we are excited to welcome Wawanesa Insurance as a new supporting partner. Wawanesa was the event sponsor of our first Super Show with an entire school division of grade 7 & 8 students at the Burton Cummings Theatre on January 25. Wawanesa intends to support our work across Canada by sponsoring Robb Nash school presentations. Our motorcoach and liability insurance have been underwritten by Wawanesa Insurance since 2013. Thank You Wawanesa! 


Boardwalk Rental Communities 

Building Better Communities is a key value at Boardwalk.  Sending kids to summer camp by supporting The Canadian Diabetes Association's D-Camp and supporting Stephen's Backpacks Society are just two examples of Boardwalks' good will.

Boardwalk has rental communities across Canada. The Robb Nash Project is also a national charity and Boardwalk intends to support our work for youth in their communities. We also believe Building Better Communities perfectly aligns with our work for youth and their families. 


Long & Mcquade

Our thanks to the Long & McQuade family of businesses that are now providing significant support of our work for youth. We will be partnering with the new Long & McQuade store in Winnipeg, 1845 Pembina Hwy, to provide musical instruments, individual and band lessons to support youth that choose a new direction in life. Special thanks to Winnipeg's, Jason and Tina Charney.


Prairie Wealth Management

Thank you to Dana Mann for gathering financial support at Prairie Wealth Management and from other Hollis Wealth Management Advisors for The Robb Nash Project. Not only did they sponsor the Bishop James Mahoney School in Saskatoon in December but raised $12,750 to provide support for other schools. In the future it is our hope to have a   SuperShow in Saskatoon with thousands of students in attendance. We believe Dana will play a significant role in making this happen.


Mid-Town Ford - Winnipeg

Scott Campbell, General Sales Manager, challenged his staff to meet Mid-Town Ford's annual projections. Targets were exceeded and now Mid-Town Ford is giving back to the community. A number of employees shared the impact The Robb Nash Project has made in their family. Mid-Town Ford now plans to sponsor four upcoming school presentations in Winnipeg. Special thanks to Jodi Gittens & Kimberley Peitsch.