The Salvation Army Crossroads Residential Services in Saskatoon is now able to accommodate more people seeking shelter from frigid prairie winter nights. With a generous grant from United Way Saskatoon
United Way of Saskatoon along with our dedicated labour partners are proud to host the 6th Annual Tampon Tuesday collection drive.
211 Day (February 11) serves as a reminder that help starts with 211. You can help spread the word about 211 by sharing the images below and using #211DayCanada and #HelpStartsHere. By spreading the word about 211, you can help community members get connected with the services they need the most right.
The Saskatoon Collaborative Funding Partnership is a unique collaboration of multiple Saskatoon and area funding organizations: City of Saskatoon – Social Services Grant United Way of Saskatoon and Area –
Saskatoon, SK – United Way of Saskatoon and Area (United Way) has made a generous $65,000 donation in support of the Saskatoon Tribal Council’s (STC’s) recently opened Emergency Wellness Centre.
Your donation will help the many people right here in Saskatoon who are homeless and living in the cold; the seniors who are isolated and very lonely; the youth who are suffering
As you prepare for a warm and joyous holiday season, it is important to remember that it will NOT be a “Happy Holiday” for everyone.
United Way of Saskatoon and Area and United Way Regina, through 211 Saskatchewan, are proud to partner with the University of Saskatchewan (USask) and Canadian Hub for Applied and Social
United Way of Saskatoon & Area and United Way Regina are incredibly thankful for Saskatchewan Blue Cross’s generous three-year, $75,000 sponsorship of 211 Saskatchewan. Saskatchewan Blue Cross is helping people
2020 WAS THE YEAR WE WILL NEVER FORGET! 2020 was a year full of challenges, but with the help of our donors, corporate partners, and their labour unions, United Way