Welcome to the South Saskatchewan Community Foundation Giving Catalogue.​
A place where you can donate to immediate and emergent charitable needs in your community.​ The 2023 catalogue is closed. Please stay tuned for the 2024 catalogue.
The Giving Catalogue is Currently Closed

If you are a fundholder at SSCF and are looking to access the Giving Catalogue to donate from your fund, please login to the Online Fund Portal.

How does the Giving Catalogue work?

Charities Add Projects

Charities across south Saskatchewan (Communities including Davidson and south to the border) reach out to add their projects in need of funding to the Giving Catalogue throughout the year.

Donors Support Projects

Donors, like yourself, can use this catalogue to view and directly support charitable needs in your community.

Receive a Charitable Tax Receipt

You receive a charitable tax receipt for your donation and the charity receives the fuel they need to strengthen your community.

Donations towards charitable initiatives through the grant catalogue are subject to an additional 2% administration fee which will be applied against the total amount raised.

If the charitable initiative you donate to is cancelled and funding is not used, the funds you donated will be redirected towards the South Saskatchewan Vital Community Fund to ensure your donation supports charitable causes.

Learn more about the Vital Community Fund here.

  • Online by Credit Card
  • Cheque – Payable to: SSCF
      • Mailed to: 1911 Broad Street, Regina, SK. S4P 1Y1
      • It is essential to add a Memo for the purpose of the Donation on the cheque or include a note to accompany the cheque. (ie. Giving Catalogue – (Org name & request identifier)
  • NEW* We now accept E-Transfers for Donations of $25,000 or less. To send Donations via E-Transfer, please contact our finance department at 306-751-4756 for details.
      • We are set up for automatic deposit, and no security question will be required.
      • It is essential to add a Memo/Note for the purpose of the Donation prior to sending the e-transfer that includes your phone number or email address. ie. Giving Catalogue – (Phone/Email, Org name & request identifier)

To donate directly from your fund, select the donate button beside the organization you would like to donate to and enter the donation details within your fund advisor portal.

*Please ensure you have sufficient disbursement funds available prior to making your donation.*

SSCF will not be requesting Grant Agreements or Final Grant Reports from organizations that receive funding through the Giving Catalogue.

Should you require more information about the charities, please visit their websites.

Charitable Initiatives to Support

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News

$1.07 million delivered to 23 community service organizations through the Government of Canada’s Community Services Recovery Fund

Today, South Saskatchewan Community Foundation is pleased to announce $1.07 million in funding to support 23 organizations across southern Saskatchewan through the Government of Canada’s Community Services Recovery Fund. The Community Services Recovery Fund is a one-time investment of $400 million to help community service organizations (charities, non-profits, Indigenous governing bodies) across Canada to adapt, modernize and be better equipped

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Grant Results - LEJF

2018 Lorne and Evelyn Johnson Foundation Grant Results

SSCF is pleased to announce the recipients of the Fall 2018 Lorne and Evelyn Johnson Foundation grants. So far this year the Fund supported 13 charitable programs for a total of $102,820. The fund is intended to promote social, cultural, religious, educational and other activities deemed beneficial to communities in southern Saskatchewan with priority given to the City of Regina.

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Grant Deadlines

2019 Spring Grant Deadlines Announced

The South Saskatchewan Community Foundation (SSCF) is announcing two 2019 spring grant deadlines that are now open. SSCF will be accepting applications for the Lorne and Evelyn Johnson Foundation (due March 1st, 2019) as well as the Moffat Family Fund (due February 28th, 2019). Thanks to the generosity of the Moffat family, increased funds are available for registered charities and/or

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Grant Results - Vital Comm Fund

2022 Vital Community Fund Grant Results

Through the South Saskatchewan Vital Community Fund (formerly the Smart & Caring Fund), SSCF supported 16 charitable programs for a total of $64,484.29. This Fund grants to charitable activities that promote and enhance vibrant, healthy and caring communities in south Saskatchewan. The purpose of the Fund is to allow SSCF to respond to areas of focus identified in its current

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Grant Results - Forbes

2023 G. Murray and Edna Forbes Foundation Fund Grant Results

SSCF is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2023 G. Murray and Edna Forbes Foundation Fund grants. This year the Fund supported 24 charitable programs for a total of $371,496.39. The fund is intended to support general charitable purposes in the South Saskatchewan Area. Congratulations to the successful applicants! Total Amount Funded (24 Grants): $371,496.39 2023 Recipients ($371,496.39 to

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Grant Results - LEJF

2023 Lorne and Evelyn Johnson Foundation Grant Results

SSCF is pleased to announce the recipients of the March 1, 2023 and the 2023 Fall Lorne and Evelyn Johnson Foundation grants. This spring the Fund supported 10 charitable programs for a total of $151,000, and this fall the Fund supported 14 charitable programs for a total of $152,000. The fund is intended to promote social, cultural, religious, educational and other activities

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Grant Results - Moffat

2023 Moffat Family Fund Grant Results

SSCF is pleased to announce the recipients of the February 23, 2023 Moffat Family Fund grants. This year the Fund supported 12 charitable programs for a total of $99,668. The fund is intended to support and advance the economic, social, physical and intellectual well-being of children and families, consistent with and in furtherance of the vision and mission of the Moffat Family Fund within

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Grant Results - Truth and Rec

2023 Truth and Reconciliation Fund Grant Results

2023 Truth and Reconciliation Fund Grant Results SSCF is pleased to announce the recipients of the January and April 2023 Truth and Reconciliation Fund grants. This year the Fund supported 26 charitable programs for a total of $243,000. The fund is intended to address programs that will help advance the Truth & Reconciliation Calls to Action in the areas of

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Grant Results - Moffat

2024 Moffat Family Fund Grant Results

The Community Foundation is pleased to announce the recipients of the February 28, 2024 Moffat Family Fund grants. This year the Fund supported 11 charitable programs for a total of $101,501. The fund is intended to support and advance the economic, social, physical and intellectual well-being of children and families, consistent with and in furtherance of the vision and mission

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News

Announcing the Retirement of Karen Henders

This is a bittersweet moment for all of us at SSCF. Today we are announcing the retirement of Karen Henders, SSCF’s Director of Community & Grant Stewardship. Karen will be with us until the end of June and will continue to lead community engagement, granting activities, and the Vital Signs Community Network until then. During her time at SSCF, Karen

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Grants

Canada Healthy Communities Initiative

Saskatoon Community Foundation is now taking applications for the Canada Healthy Communities Initiative grants program. This initiative is designated for enhancing and creating vibrant and accessible public spaces. $31M will be invested across Canada, administered by Community Foundations of Canada. Saskatchewan will receive over $976,000 in funding through the initiative. Non-profit organizations, charities, Indigenous communities, and local governments are invited

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News Release Converted To Post

Celebrating 50th Anniversary, SSCF Launches New Program

The South Saskatchewan Community Foundation (SSCF) is turning 50 years old in 2019! To celebrate its golden anniversary, SSCF is launching a new program called 50 Vital Community Conversations. As a part of this program, SSCF will provide a $300 microgrant to 50 communities across southern Saskatchewan. The recipients will be selected from a grant application process between Dec. 5,

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Events

Celebrating a New Partnership With the Lorne and Evelyn Johnson Foundation

On Friday, May 24th the Community Foundation celebrated a newly-formed partnership with the Lorne and Evelyn Johnson Foundation (LEJF) with a light breakfast and a variety of impactful stories. Guests heard from charity representatives who have continued to be positively impacted by the LEJF’s support.This historic $7.5M partnership sees the LEJF moving their funds directly under the Community Foundation’s umbrella.

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Events

Commons Conversation with Justin Lee of Buckets and Borders

Thursday, October 27th 7:30pm to 8:30pm Regina Public Library – Central Branch (2311 12th Ave) FREE EVENT Connect over an evening of conversation with Justin Lee of Buckets & Borders, a non-profit making positive change in Regina through community building and basketball. Moderated by Victor Roman of South Saskatchewan Community Foundation and organized by Regina Public Library.

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Grants

Community Rallies to Help with Emergent Needs – Nearly $1 Million Now Granted to 32 Organizations

South Saskatchewan Community Foundation (SSCF) has announced approximately $1 million raised by the community has now been granted to 32 organizations as recipients of the Emergency Response Fund for Community Needs. This Fund addresses some of the urgent community requirements as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. More than 50 applications were received and reviewed by a team of community

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Grants

Emergency Response Fund for Community Needs

Community Rallies to Help with Emergent Needs – Approximately $1 Million Granted to 34 Organizations South Saskatchewan Community Foundation (SSCF) has announced approximately $1 million raised by the community has now been granted to 34 organizations as recipients of the Emergency Response Fund for Community Needs. This Fund addresses some of the urgent community requirements as a result of the

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News Release Converted To Post

Executive Director Announcement

Greg Swanson, Chair of the South Saskatchewan Community Foundation (SSCF) welcomes Donna Ziegler as the incoming Executive Director beginning December 3, 2018. Ms. Ziegler joins SSCF from the Canadian Cancer Society, Saskatchewan Division, where she served as a Director and member of their senior management team for more than eleven years. For the past two decades, her experience has focused

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Grant Results - Forbes

Fall 2018 G. Murray and Edna Forbes Foundation Fund Grant Recipients Announced

SSCF is pleased to announce the recipients of the Fall 2018 G. Murray and Edna Forbes Foundation Fund grants. So far this year the Fund supported 10 charitable programs for a total of $104,596. The purpose of this Fund is to support general charitable purposes in the South Saskatchewan Area. Congratulations to the successful applicants! Total Amount Funded (10 Grants): $104,596 Fall

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Grant Results

Fall 2018 Smart & Caring Fund Grant Results

SSCF is pleased to announce the recipients of the Fall 2018 Smart & Caring Fund grants. So far this year the Fund supported 11 charitable programs for a total of $18,860. The purpose of the Smart & Caring Fund is to allow the SSCF to respond in Southern Saskatchewan to areas of focus identified in its annual Vital Signs© report.. Congratulations to

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Grants

Fall 2020 Lorne and Evelyn Johnson Foundation Grant Recipients Announced

The Lorne and Evelyn Johnson Foundation Grant Recipients (Fall 2020) SSCF is pleased to announce the recipients of the Fall 2020 Lorne and Evelyn Johnson Foundation (LEJF) grants.  This year SSCF and LEJF supported 12 charitable programs for a total of $108,700.00. The purpose of the Lorne and Evelyn Johnson Foundation is to promote social, cultural, religious and other activities

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Grants

Fall 2020 Smart & Caring Fund Grant Recipients Announced

The Smart & Caring Fund Grant Recipients (Fall 2020) SSCF is pleased to announce the recipients of the Fall 2020 SSCF Smart & Caring Fund grants.  This year SSCF supported 19 charitable programs for a total of $62,936.00. The purpose of the Smart & Caring Fund is to allow the SSCF to respond in Southern Saskatchewan to areas of focus

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Grant Deadlines

Fall 2021 Grant Deadlines – Online Grant Portal Now Open

The South Saskatchewan Community Foundation (SSCF) is pleased to remind you that the online grant portal is now open. Below are various grant deadlines that qualified donees (as defined in the Income Tax Act) can apply to. Please refer to our website for other program eligibility requirements.   G. Murray and Edna Forbes Foundation Fund – September 1, 2021 Joyce

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Grant Recipients

Fall 2021 Joyce Gemmell Jessen Habitat Conservation Fund Grant Recipient Announced

The Joyce Gemmell Jessen Habitat Conservation Awards $19.5K to the Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation (Fall 2021) SSCF is pleased to announce the recipient of the Fall 2021 Joyce Gemmell Jessen Habitat Conservation Fund (JGJ) grant. This year JGJ supported one charitable program through the Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation for a total of $19,500.00 to preserve and conserve prairie habitat. The purpose of

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Grant Recipients

Fall 2021 Lorne and Evelyn Johnson Foundation Grant Recipients Announced

The Lorne and Evelyn Johnson Foundation Grant Recipients (Fall 2021) This Fall, SSCF and Lorne and Evelyn Johnson Foundation (LEJF) supported 14 charitable programs for a total of $157,798.44. The purpose of the Lorne and Evelyn Johnson Foundation is to promote social, cultural, religious and other activities deemed beneficial to communities in southern Saskatchewan with priority given to the City

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Grant Recipients

Fall 2021 Smart & Caring Fund Grant Recipients Announced

The Smart & Caring Fund Grant Recipients (Fall 2021) SSCF has selected the recipients for the Fall 2021 SSCF Smart & Caring Fund grants. This Fall, SSCF supported 15 charitable programs for a total of $46,600.00. The purpose of the Smart & Caring Fund is to allow the SSCF to respond in Southern Saskatchewan to areas of focus identified in

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Grant Results - Forbes

Fall 2022 G. Murray and Edna Forbes Foundation Fund Grant Results

SSCF is pleased to announce the recipients of the Fall 2023 G. Murray and Edna Forbes Foundation Fund grants. This year the Fund supported 33 charitable programs for a total of $539,486.50. The fund is intended to support general charitable purposes in the South Saskatchewan Area. Congratulations to the successful applicants! Total Amount Funded (33 Grants): $539,486.50 Fall 2022 Recipients

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Grant Recipients

Fall 2022 Joyce Gemmell Jessen Habitat Conservation Fund Grant Recipients Announced

SSCF is pleased to announce the recipients of the Fall 2022 Joyce Gemmell Jessen Habitat Conservation Fund (JGJ) grants.  This year JGJ supported 2 charitable programs for a total of $35,000.00. The purpose of this Fund is to support projects that preserve and conserve native flora and fauna in Saskatchewan. Congratulations to the successful applicants! They are: Organization Amount Awarded

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How can I get my charity's initiative listed in the Giving Catalogue?

The 2023 Giving Catalogue is currently closed. Please stay tuned for a 2024 catalogue or inquire if you are interested in having your project added to the catalogue in 2024. If your charity is registered with Canada Revenue Agency and have a Department of National Revenue Taxation Charity Registration number, your cause may be eligible for SSCF’s Giving Catalogue in the future. You can find out if your charity’s initiative is eligible on our Giving Catalogue Charity Eligibility page. Reach out to SSCF for more information.

Phone: 1-306-751-4756
Email: catalogue@sscf.ca