Below is a list of South Saskatchewan Community Foundation Funds that are accepting donations.


To Donate by Credit Card or Google Pay choose a Fund below.
  • Donations can be made one-time or set to be recurring.
  • The minimum Online Donation amount is $20.00.
  • If you would like your donation to be anonymous, select "I wish my donation to remain anonymous" on the checkout page.
  • If you donate the credit card processing fee in addition to your donation, you may use this amount for income tax purposes.
  • *Online Donations paid by credit card incur different fees based on the credit card type.*
For Gifts of Stocks & Securities to a Fund, please contact vanessa.bonk@sscf.ca

Donations by Cheque can be sent to:
    South Saskatchewan Community Foundation
    3934 Gordon Road
    Regina, SK, S4S 6Y3
If you do not see the Fund you wish to donate to, please contact our office:
    Local: 306-751-4756
    Toll Free: 1-877-751-4756
    Email: donations@sscf.ca

Donate To A Fund

Agency
  Donate South Saskatchewan Community Foundation: General
SSCF invests for the long-term with Endowment Funds that focus on impact in our community. In addition to distributing grants to worthy causes throughout the year, we pool many visionary philanthropists’ and organizations’ funds – investing them together for a higher return. This allows donors to make their charitable grants not just once, but year after year. Our work equates to a more effective gift today for now and tomorrow.

Donations to this Fund are directed by SSCF’s Board of Directors based on the Foundation’s current strategic priorities. For example, this could be used as a top-up to the income available for Smart & Caring Fund grants, or to activate an urgent community initiative.
  Donate South Saskatchewan Community Foundation: Operations
SSCF invests for the long-term with Endowment Funds that focus on impact in our community. In addition to distributing grants to worthy causes throughout the year, we pool many visionary philanthropists’ and organizations’ funds – investing them together for a higher return. This allows donors to make their charitable grants not just once, but year after year. Our work equates to a more effective gift today for now and tomorrow.

Donating to this Fund allows SSCF to expand their internal capacity to facilitate philanthropy, support local charities, and develop our communities so that south Saskatchewan is a more vital, strong, and fair place to live.
  Donate Regina Leader-Post Christmas Cheer Fund
Your 2021 donation to the Regina Leader-Post Christmas Cheer Fund will help four organizations shelter families from physical, sexual and emotional abuse. Donations will be shared equally by: SOFIA House, Transition House, Isabel Johnson Shelter, and WISH Safe House.
  Donate Saskatchewan Roughrider Foundation: Non-Endowed Fund
The Saskatchewan Roughrider Foundation is a product of the commitment the club has made to our province’s communities. With a dedication to the future, the Foundations mission is to empower youth of the province by teaching them skills like leadership, resilience, and responsibility! Our efforts are focused through the three main pillars of Education, Health and Amateur Football so the youth of Saskatchewan have the opportunity to reach their full potential, achieve their goals and ultimately be a part of creating a brighter future for Saskatchewan.

For a donation of just $50.00 to this Non-Endowed Fund, you can provide an underprivileged child with an experience of a lifetime. Your donation will give them the opportunity to meet one of their Roughrider hero's, get on the field to learn from them and most importantly, an opportunity to play the game that has been taken away from them.
  Donate Saskatchewan Roughrider Foundation: Endowed Fund
The Saskatchewan Roughrider Foundation is a product of the commitment the club has made to our province’s communities. With a dedication to the future, the Foundations mission is to empower youth of the province by teaching them skills like leadership, resilience, and responsibility! Our efforts are focused through the three main pillars of Education, Health and Amateur Football so the youth of Saskatchewan have the opportunity to reach their full potential, achieve their goals and ultimately be a part of creating a brighter future for Saskatchewan.

Donations to this Endowed Fund grows over time and will benefit youth for many years to come.
Community Impact
  Donate Smart & Caring Endowed Fund: Now and Forever
The Smart & Caring Fund allows SSCF to respond to focus areas identified in its community research, including Vital Signs reporting and recommendations by the Smart & Caring Community Committee.

Donations to this Endowment Fund increase the amount of income that is available to grant annually. Over time, this Fund will grow and benefit community forever —a wonderful example of collective impact!
  Donate Smart & Caring Non-Endowed Fund: Immediate Need
The Smart & Caring Fund allows SSCF to respond to focus areas identified in its community research, including Vital Signs reporting and recommendations by the Smart & Caring Community Committee.

Donations to this Non-Endowed Fund will benefit community by increasing the total amount of income that is available to grant at the next grant deadline. Your donation could help one or more community programs receive a grant.
Community Initiatives
  Donate Regina Paramedics with Heart Fund
A non-profit organization run by local paramedics to enhance paramedics’ quality of life through professional and community collaboration.
  Donate The Johnny Z Healthy Minds Fund (Non-Endowed Fund)
The Johnny Z Healthy Minds Fund has been created in honour of John Mark Ziegler to help others with trauma/grief counselling and mental health support – including laughter
  Donate The Johnny Z Healthy Minds Legacy Fund (Endowed Fund)
The Johnny Z Healthy Minds Fund has been created in honour of John Mark Ziegler to help others with trauma/grief counselling and mental health support – including laughter.

Donations to this Endowed Fund grows over time and will benefit those in need for many years to come.
Scholarship/Bursary
  Donate Robbie Curtis Memorial Scholarship
On August 22nd, 2018, Robbie Curtis passed away suddenly after a long battle with PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder). Robbie had spent the eighteen previous years as an Advanced Care Paramedic with Regina EMS. Over his career, Robbie had saved lives, delivered babies, gave comfort to those in pain and made a difference in the lives of his patients and coworkers. Outside of work Robbie lived a life full of adventure, from a short stint working in Australia as a Paramedic, to scuba diving with sharks, sky diving, piloting small planes, playing his guitar on a Hawaiian beach to getting bit by a monkey; this man truly lived.

In his memory, the Curtis Family and Regina Paramedics with Heart have created the Robbie Curtis Memorial Scholarship. This scholarship will be awarded annually to a Paramedic who shares the same commitment to their job and future education that Robbie did. A one-time payment of $2000.00 will be paid to the educational institute that the scholarship winner is attending. The scholarship will be chosen by the Curtis Family and the Regina Paramedics with Heart Board of Directors.
  Donate The Second Lieutenant Andrew Naismith Benevolent Fund
In August 2003, Second Lieutenant Andrew Naismith, while training to become a Royal Canadian Air Force pilot, was tragically struck and killed near the vicinity of Canadian Forces Base Moose Jaw during a Physical Training jogging session. In honour of his name, a fund was established to assist children of Canadian Armed Forces members killed during their service, as well as other deserving applicants in the surrounding areas, with financial assistance for post-secondary education. The fund was activated in 2020, with a maximum bursary of $1,500 per recipient.
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