Murals painted by local artists are commissioned on sides of businesses, schools, churches and fences.
Brush Up Winnipeg is a program to beautify the community by painting the exterior of homes throughout Winnipeg.
Green Wave is a program hiring youth to assist in business improvement zones, along image routes and in parks to improve the overall cleanliness and beauty of Winnipeg streets.
Graffiti Removal is conducted during the summer with the aid of youth hired through the Urban Green Team program.
We are partnering with BIZ zones and businesses across Winnipeg to bring cigarette litter bins to high-traffic areas, so cigarette butts can be disposed of properly.
The Team Up to Clean Up campaign, which has a both a spring and a fall component, is Take Pride Winnipeg!'s largest program, with over 60,000 people volunteering annually to help pick up litter from city streets, playgrounds and parks.
The Pride Club Mentor Program is a hands-on teaching experience for high school and university students to teach Grades Four to Six students about pride, the environment, litter and graffiti.
Take Pride - Take Action is a new program launched in 2010 focused on what each of us can do to take pride in our city.
P.A.W.S. is a club for middle school students to learn about volunteering - from raking leaves and shovelling snow to collecting food for hampers or singing at a seniors' centre.
Bag Up Mantioba is a program for elementary schools across Manitoba, to help keep plastic bags out of the landfills.
In 2014, Take Pride Winnipeg! Inc., Assiniboine Park Conservancy, Manitoba Education for Sustainable Development Working Group (MESDWG) partnered for the first Sustainability Day at the Zoo, October 2, 2014. There were 16 daytime exhibitors sharing ideas about sustainability throughout the day with the public.