Thanks A Million! Every year we celebrate organizations, their employees, and their unions that have raised $1 million or more cumulatively over the years in support of our work. Thanks to the generosity of their members and employees, these companies have helped us to improve lives and build communities here in Saskatoon. We express our
Here is a look back at some of the top moments from 2019! Each year United Way of Saskatoon and Area works with incredible donors, corporate and labour partners, funded agencies, volunteers, staff, and boards. Each of these groups and the individuals who are a part of them help make out community a better place
Many people right here at home are challenged monthly due to lack of access to, or affordability of, feminine hygiene products. Gather your friends, family and colleagues and start a collection drive for much needed feminine hygiene products for those in our community. These products will later be distributed to people in need at YXE
Thank you for volunteering to be an Employee Campaign Chair (ECC) for your organization! This is a very important role and we want to give you all the information and tools you will need to help share the #LocalLove with your colleagues! Join us for our ECC lunch and learn series: Build a Campaign- Tips
Canadians are often unaware of the local issues that impact their communities. Issues like poverty, youth unemployment, and social isolation can easily go ignored, yet take the dedication and commitment of the entire community to help solve them. Ultimately, we need communities to show their Local Love. But first, we need their attention. To do
United Way exists locally to serve our most vulnerable to create a more inclusive community where every person benefits. For 60-years, we’ve worked closely with a wide variety of community partners and stakeholders to make collective progress toward that vision. This June, we’re asking out partners and stakeholders to help shape the way United
Join us on June 21st where United Way will be walking in Rock your Roots – Walk for Reconciliation and celebrating Indigenous People’s Day. The theme for this year is Re-igniting the Fire—a reminder that we cannot delegate Reconciliation. We must commit as individuals, businesses, and communities to listen, learn, show up and share.
2018 was filled with many life changing acts of Local Love! United Way of Saskatoon and Area thanks our donors, corporate and labour partners, funded agencies, volunteers, staff, board and every individual who has helped make our community a better place to live, work and raise a family. Watch this video highlight 10 acts of