We support a broad range of initiatives focusing on wellness & prevention, health treatments, and youth. Recent and upcoming sponsorships include:
Raising money never looked better! With attendees dressed in their finest Jeans & Jewels, this event raises funds for the new Children's Hospital of Saskatchewan and support neonatal, pediatric and maternal care. As the Social Media sponsor of the event, we look forward to spreading the word about this exciting event taking place in Saskatoon this April.
2016 marks our 19th year as the Title Sponsor of the Saskatchewan Blue Cross MS Walks throughout the province. Since 2002 we have helped the MS Society raise over $8 million to support the 3500+ Saskatchewan residents living with MS. Our partnership with the MS Society has become an important part of our corporate culture and an annual highlight for our staff. We are proud to have been the largest corporate team in the Saskatoon Walk for many years, and to have been among the top 5 provincial fundraising teams in each recent year’s Walk.
This May, we are proud to be a part of the inaugural Hockey Heroes Weekend in Saskatoon. This event offers participants the chance to play with NHL alumni; all while having fun and raising funds for life-saving research and programs.
On June 3 our staff will be taking to the streets of Saskatoon on the Heart and Stroke Foundation’s BIG BIKE. We will be pedaling this 30 passenger bicycle through Downtown Saskatoon to raise awareness and funds for the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Saskatchewan. Sunshine, water guns and a little friendly competition have helped make this event a staff favorite.
Boys and Girls Clubs of Saskatoon Race for Kids
Red Cross Saskatchewan Power of Humanity Luncheon
Ronald McDonald House Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies
University of Regina Saskatchewan Blue Cross Love2Live Program
“We work for months to put the YWCA Saskatoon Women of Distinction Awards Dinner together to support women and children in our community. The support of a group like yours is such a huge weight off the volunteers.”