SSCF awards $334,953 in grants through Round 2 of the Emergency Community Support Fund

We are proud to have partnered with Community Foundations of Canada and the Government of Canada to deliver the Government of Canada’s Emergency Community Support Fund (ECSF) throughout South Saskatchewan.


Round 1 of ECSF was distributed over the summer and Round 2 launched on October 5, 2020. With Round 2, we’ve invested an additional $344,953 through the ECSF towards local charities and other qualified donees supporting populations experiencing heightened vulnerability during this crisis. We are pleased to announce Round 2 of the ECSF has supported the following projects:


  Project Name Grant amount
AIDS Programs South Saskatchewan (APSS) Food Security and Emergency Support Services for Vulnerable People $8,000
Dress for Success Regina Dress for Success Virtual Programming $7,500
Envision Counselling and Support Centre Inc, Estevan Estevan Intake Counsellor $9,160
Family Service Regina, Regina Addressing Essential Needs During COVID-19 $8,500
Ignite Adult Learning Corporation, Regina FLAMES 2020: Redesigning Education for At-Risk Adults During COVID-19 $55,149


Kennedy Friendship Club Inc. Community Pictures Night




Moose Jaw Association for Community Living Inc., Moose Jaw Seniors Friendship Café and Outreach $17,120
Oxford House Saskatchewan Oxford House SK ERS Project


Phoenix Residential Society, Regina Resident Enhancement Project


Qu’Appelle & District Volunteer Fire Department, Qu’Appelle Support Community Seniors and Vulnerable Sector During Covid-19 Recovery


Regina Sexual Assault Centre, Regina


Increased Counselling Capacity




Street Culture Project, Regina


Street Culture COVID Response Plan


Treaty Education Alliance (TEA) Inc., Fort Qu’Appelle, White Bear, Pheasant Rump


Supporting Nations with Safe School Re-Entry and Home-Based Learning Options




YWCA Regina, Regina YWCA COVID Response Phase 2 $74,378


TOTAL $344,953


Since the COVID-19 pandemic was declared over 9 months ago, community-based charities and non-profit organizations have been working tirelessly to provide emergency support, in particular to individuals and communities experiencing heightened vulnerability.


Charities, non-profit organizations and First Nations governments are pillars of their communities who are working tirelessly to serve their communities.  We know the need for funding is still significant and we’re continuing to advocate for broader recovery and stabilization support for the charitable sector.



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