PARTNERS & DONORS

TOP DONORS

The Canadian Progress Club - Saskatoon Downtown has been a major contributor since the inception of Care and Share in 1997. In addition to significant annual financial support, individual members of the Progress Club contribute endless volunteer and staff hours, as well as in-kind access to their business offerings.

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Orano Canada supports the communities in which they work. In 2019 Orano partnered with Care & Share by becoming a program title sponsor and a mentor to one of our schools.

Since the beginning of our partnership in 2003, the Community Foundation has served as the backbone for numerous Care and Share programs.  

Their funding programs and financial contributions have provided the stability to create and expand new programs throughout the community schools.

The members of Saskatoon’s B’nai Brith community have been instrumental in the founding and growth
of Care and Share.  Their ongoing generosity allows us to sustain our current programs, and create new initiatives to support the children in our community schools.

As a successful and community-minded local business, Loraas Disposal has been an integral part in the development of all Saskatoon’s communities since 1965.  

Their partnership with Care and Share provides critical financial donations and volunteer support, which allow us to meet the changing needs of Saskatoon’s less fortunate children.

MAJOR DONORS

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DONORS

Bridge Carriers

Buck’s Auto Parts

Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions

Circle K / Mac's

Dr. Effie Kutsogiannis & Randy Penner

First Student Canada

Florists Supply

Greg Keller

Holy Spirit Parish

Hub City Optimist Club

ICR Charity Classic

Imagery Photography

Jack & Sylvia Vicq Fund

Jim Rhode

Kinsmen Club of Saskatoon

LID Co

Our Lady of the Prairies Foundation

RBC Foundation

Ram & Sudesh Sharma Family Fund

SaskEnergy

SaskTel and TelCare

Shaw TV

The Stephen & Michelene Worobetz Foundation

Tim Hortons