These Are the Heroes with the Passion to Transform Their Communities

Our Partners

Buddy Up Campaign Logo
Canada | Centre for Suicide Prevention

Buddy Up is a men’s suicide prevention communications campaign: a call to action to men, by men. In Canada, men have a suicide rate three times higher than women. Why? We have socialized men to be strong, stoic and self-reliant; showing emotion is a sign of weakness, as is asking for help. Further, men are underserved by our traditional health and social service sectors. Men are dying in alarming numbers, all around us, alone. How can we change this reality?

With your support, we’ve donated $10,000 to the Buddy Up campaign.

Family Service Regina logo
Regina | Saskatchewan

There’s a lot of uncertainty in the world right now, but one thing remains clear: people need access to mental health care and support. Family Service Regina is here to ensure that no one is alone on their mental health journey.

Turning Point
Regina | Saskatchewan

Turning Point currently consists of 4 grade 12 high school students from Miller Comprehensive High School in Regina SK , CA. It all started in Entrepreneurship 30 class when Co-Presidents Tayson Smith and Logan Curle were brain storming ideas on a business to start. Thats when they thought of Turning Point and the thought of raising money and awareness for suicide prevention because mental health can affect anyone. We raise money by selling hoodies and other clothing and apparel within out store

Regina | Saskatchewan

ZoomGirlz handcrafts beautiful cushions and tote bags. They created beautiful cushions for the Johnny Z Healthy Minds Fund with all proceeds going to our organization.

Saskatchewan Hospice Palliative Care Association

Advocating for timely access to quality palliative care for all citizens of Saskatchewan.

We proudly offer a scholarship through SHPCA to train in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) therapy. Each trainee receives $3,000 to help them further their education and training. 


100+ women who care regina
Regina | Saskatchewan

100Women Who Care Regina is a community organization located in Regina, Saskatchewan that brings together women from Regina and surrounding areas who care about their community. Four times a year, for one hour, members meet to jointly select one of three charities working to improve their community.

We were successfully nominated in June 2021.


The South Saskatchewan Community Foundation serves as a bridge between donors and charities in Southern Saskatchewan.

We believe in facilitating Saskatchewan philanthropy, supporting local charities and developing our community so that our home is a more vital, strong, and fair place to live, work and play.

The Johnny Z Healthy Minds Fund is part of the SSCF, and you can donate to our fund through this vital organization.