June 12, 2018
A Celebration of the 2018 grant recipients from the Community Fund for Reconciliation and Quality of Life.
Saskatoon Community Foundation’s donors, grant recipients, board and staff came together to celebrate the 2018 grants, including the announcement of the first grants from the Community Fund for Reconciliation!
Video: Campfire Stories Video Production
June 18, 2018
Annually on June 21st Canada celebrates National indigenous Peoples Day. It is a day for all Canadians to recognize and celebrate the unique heritage, diverse cultures and outstanding contributions of First Nations, Inuit and Metis people.
The Saskatoon Community Foundation is committed to making Saskatoon the best community in which to live. Our primary means of achieving this mission is to help donors to build endowments to support the causes that matter most to them, and to make strategic grants to charities to improve the quality of life in our community.
Strategic Grantmaking is the core of what the Saskatoon Community Foundation does. Through the efforts of the Grants Committee, we support over 100 different charities each year. Our grants support a wide range of community needs, including poverty, education, health, arts & culture, people with disabilities, environment, family, children and youth, and many other worthy causes that matter to the people of Saskatoon.