Bear Clan Patrol - Winnipeg

Our holiday donation supports Winnipeg’s Bear Clan Patrol

Michael Anderson 365 News, Culture

Bear Clan Patrol - Winnipeg

This year, 365 Technologies, on behalf of its clients, is making a holiday donation supporting Winnipeg’s Bear Clan Patrol.

“With consciousness comes awareness, with awareness comes ownership of personal circumstances, and with collaboration comes change. It is within the context of this approach that the Bear Clan Patrol has been mobilized.” – Bear Clan Patrol website

The patrol’s mission is to provide restoration and maintenance of harmony within the community by promoting and providing safety, conflict resolution, mobile witnessing and crime prevention, early response to situations, rides, escorts and referrals, and maintaining a visible presence on the streets.

At the beginning of December, Michael Anderson, our President and CEO, volunteered for a Bear Clan Patrol.

“This is a very important organization to Winnipeg and the communities that it serves,” says Anderson. “They provide safety and a sense of belonging, which is a huge concept and human need that helps people see value in life, and cope with difficult situations and emotions in a positive and healthy manner.”

In January, the group will be expanding to a new location at 563 Selkirk Avenue, just down the block from its home at 584 Selkirk Avenue. Read all about it here.

About the Bear Clan Patrol

Bear Clan Patrol - WinnipegThe Bear Clan Patrol was formed in Winnipeg’s North End in 1992 (there were several years in which the volunteer safety group was on hiatus; they returned in 2015).

“The concept behind the patrol is community people working with the community to provide personal security in the inner city in a non-threatening, non-violent and supportive way.” – Bear Clan Patrol website.

The patrol operates out of Ndinawemaaganag Endaawaad Inc. (Ndinawe), located in Winnipeg’s North End, with three, neighborhood patrol meet-ups:

  1. North End Patrol
  2. West End Patrol
  3. West Broadway Patrol

There are two ways you can help the Bear Clan Patrol in its mission:

  1. Donate to the cause.
  2. Volunteer to take part in a patrol. There’s no need to register. Just drop in during the meet-up times listed on the website.

Learn more and connect with the Bear Clan Patrol:

  1. Website
  2. Facebook
  3. Twitter
  4. Instagram
On behalf of our clients, we thank Bear Clan Patrol for helping to make Winnipeg the great and caring community it is.