https://www.sakrush.com/

“We are extremely grateful to the Saskatchewan Rush for their very generous donation! As a non-profit organization, we rely on donations from the community in order to keep our doors open and our programs operating. This donation will allow us to continue to support the courageous women and children that come through our doors. From the bottom of our hearts, THANK YOU!” – Saskatoon Interval House Executive Director, Tanya Wiggins

 

 

The Silver Spoon Dinner is a gala evening sponsored by Saskatoon CHW (Hadassah-WIZO) and Congregation Agudas Israel as a fundraiser for the two sponsoring organizations. Saskatoon Interval House and Ronald McDonald House Saskatchewan.  The Silver Spoon Dinner was launched in 1991 with Dr. Ruth Westheimer as the special celebrity guest and it has been a huge success ever since.

 

 

 

 

The Royal LePage Shelter Foundation’s mission is to support emergency shelters serving women and children who have experienced domestic violence as well as programs geared to violence prevention and anti-violence education. The Royal LePage Foundation fundraises, solicits, receives and distributes financial contributions and in-kind gifts to qualified donees. The programs supported by the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation provide women and children with shelter, safety and opportunities to rebuild their lives after violence in the home. Delivered by women’s shelters and our other funded charities these programs include, but are not limited to, crisis counseling, employment training and placement, emergency transportation, children’s programs, capital projects and healthy relationships programs for youth

    

Pricewaterhousecoopers

Every year during the holiday season we are reminded just how great our community is! The outpouring of support from businesses and individuals is simply awe-inspiring.  Pricewaterhousecoopers is one of these special businesses that continue to support us.  Each year a group of employees from Pricewaterhousecoopers visit us to do some Christmas decorating.  Not only do they decorate the house up very festively each year they fill the residents bellies with fresh baked goods.