We support a broad range of initiatives focusing on wellness & prevention, health treatments, and youth. Recent sponsorships include:
First Steps Spinal Cord Injury Wellness Centre Regina is a non-profit organization providing innovative services to people living with spinal cord injuries. The centre focuses on recognizing their clients' potential rather than their limits. The 4th Annual Wheelchair Curling Funspiel and Banquet this November will raise funds to support the specialized exercise programs that improve client mobility.
Since 1990 the Mistletoe Charity Ball has raised over $1.7 million for the St. Paul's Hospital Foundation. Proceeds from this year's event will support the revitalization of the hospital's Library and Patient and Family Resource Centres. We've been a part of this November event for over 22 years.
We are currently gearing up for our annual United Way Fowl Supper & Silent Auction in late October. In 2014 we raised over $59,000 for the United Way in Saskatoon and Regina.
The United Way Dinner Date honours citizens who have made noteworthy contributions to our community. This year's event recognizes Ken Howland and Marcia Clark, and their efforts to make our community a better place to live and work.
For the past four years, we have participated in the United Way Day of Caring in Saskatoon. This year staff volunteered to refresh the offices of Saskatoon Council on Aging with a new coat of paint. In previous years, we brightened up the kids playroom at Saskatoon Interval House with new paint and toys, refurbished the walk-in centre at AIDS Saskatoon, and refreshed the outdoor patio at the YWCA Saskatoon with flowers and new furniture.
Children's Hospital Foundation of Saskatchewan
Parkinson Society Saskatchewan Lows in Motion
Saskatchewan Ronald McDonald House
Saskatoon Community Foundation Mayor's Cultural Gala
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.”