By joining forces with United Way, you can make a real, measurable impact on the lives of those who need it most. Our partners love Saskatoon and they support their communities in creative ways, all while meeting their business objectives.
Whether you want to improve employee engagement, demonstrate accountability to customers, increase your profile with stakeholders, or simply make your neighbourhood a better place for all—United Way is here to help.
Join the hundreds of organizations that are teaming up with United Way to enhance their social responsibility and make a difference for those in need.
A workplace campaign is a great way to bring employees together around a common cause. Join the hundreds of organizations from across Saskatoon and area in building sustainable, long-term solutions to social issues in our community.
Campaign Representative Program
United Way’s Campaign Representatives join United Way from outside organizations for 17 weeks; helping with our workplace fundraising and ultimately helping to change lives in our community.
Whether you are passionate about improving social conditions or are new to the community and see volunteering as a way to connect and get involved, you can contribute to positive, social change. There are many opportunities to contribute your time and your talents to Saskatoon and area.
United Way creates change not only through investments in critical agencies, programs and services, but also through efforts to advocate and mobilize our community to understand and respond to key social issues that matter right here in Saskatoon and area.
You can create change with us by using your voice, getting informed, educating your friends and showing your passion for local issues.
Impact stories help us understand someone else’s journey. Host an impact speaker at your workplace or event who will share their personal journey with United Way and how your support has changed their life. Request a speaker today!
Make the Month
Make the Month is a digital poverty simulation. This is an interactive experience showing the realities of surviving paycheque-to-paycheque and the impact it has on your overall well-being.
Poverty impacts each of us, and each city across Canada, in a unique way.
Many Canadians living in poverty face difficult decisions about things most of us take for granted. Challenge your perspective on poverty.
Can you make the month?
Living on the Edge: Taking a Look at Poverty
We offer a one day, in person Living on the Edge Poverty Simulation to give large groups a new perspective on the difficult choices individuals experience when they live in poverty.
Seeing is Believing
Seeing is Believing Tours are an opportunity to learn more about the work of United Way. On this tour you will follow the journey of a person or family who utilizes the many community agencies and programs funded by United Way.
Day of Caring
Day of Caring is a unique opportunity for employees to take part in meaningful, hands-on volunteer projects with local community organizations.
Day of Caring is a partnership between United Way of Saskatoon and Area, business and labour groups, local sponsors, and United Way funded agencies and programs. This event is an opportunity for participants to experience the rewards of volunteerism, demonstrating what a difference they can make in our community by working together.
More ways to get involved
A connection to the community you & your co-workers will never forget! We’ll match your workplace with a United Way agency that needs items to better serve their clients, and your co-workers rally to bring in what they’d like to give.
Host an Event
Show your care about our community and host an event in support of United Way to make a difference in Saskatoon! Create your own personalized event to share with family, friends and co-workers.
Volunteer with United Way
At United Way, we know we’re stronger together—even in challenging times, we can all show up for each other in big and small ways. Show your local love and act by donating your time and volunteering with United Way of Saskatoon and Area.