2020 Annual General Meeting
The Saskatoon Society for the Protection of Children is holding our AGM by videoconference using Zoom technology on June 24th, 2020 at 5:30 PM.
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Hello wonderful supporters!
We are not currently taking used clothing or toys at the Crisis Nursery, due to COVID-19.
We have had to enhance our disinfecting protocols, which is easier when we do not have items coming into the house.
When we are ready to accept used donations, we will update the website and Facebook.
Thank you for caring!
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The Parent Aide Program is fully funded through the Ministry of Social Services. Alternatively, the Crisis Nursery is only partially funded by the Ministry of Social Services.
As such, the Crisis Nursery relies on community donations and fundraising activities to help fund the 24/7, 365 day Crisis Nursery Program.
Crisis NurseryThe Crisis Nursery is a home away from home for children whose families encounter crises of varying degrees. If there is no alternate care available, parents may leave their children at the Nursery while the problem is being resolved.
The Crisis Nursery provides a free service to all Saskatoon and area families in crisis.
Parent AideThe Parent Aide Program focuses on maintaining the family unit and the well-being of children through enhancing family wellness and reuniting children in care with their families.
Parent Aides go directly into homes and assist families with child development, parenting skills, communication skills, and becoming aware of community resources.
Through preventative respite and active intervention, we work together to strengthen and preserve families.
Families belong together.
The Parent Aide Program is fully funded through the Ministry of Social Services. Alternatively, the Crisis Nursery is only partially funded by the Ministry of Social Services. As such, the Nursery relies on community donations and fundraising activities to help fund the 24/7, 365 day Crisis Nursery Program.
Please help us continue to assist those children in need here in Saskatoon.
Find out how you can support us by going to our Give page and making a contribution today.
Are you interested in applying your skills, knowledge, time, and/or heart to a non-profit agency in Saskatoon? Do you believe in assisting families by keeping children safe and teaching parenting skills?
Would you like to learn more about joining the Board of Directors?
Please contact Dionne Miazdyck-Shield, the SSPC Executive Director for more information.
P.S. We were kids once, too.
Have we mentioned that we used to be kids?
Policy and Governance Chair
Human Resources Chair