The Ronald McDonald House in Saskatoon has been keeping families together since 1985.
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Meet Payton Sernick – the 2018 Champion Child for Saskatchewan. Payton is a brave girl who speaks up for other sick children who will need the Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital.
Staff and students at the University of Saskatchewan feel the rewards of supporting the welfare of others. They are learning the importance of giving, as long-time donors Kay and Dora Nasser have done through their Nasser Family Emergency Student Trust.
The current and incoming chairs look back at the success of this organization that helps women transition into a new career. We feature two of Dress for Success’ clients and their journey towards a better life.
For the third consecutive year, TYP was invited to film a generous and spirited donation from the McKercher LLP law firm in Saskatoon and Regina. This year, they centred their attention on those who often get very little during Christmas time; senior citizens. Music, cake, dancing and sing-alongs, this was[…]
This is our third installment of the Ronald McDonald House family stories, featuring baby Maria. She’s the sweetest little thing you’ve ever seen, and has a heart like no other. Literally.
Vintage furniture, a beautiful natural backdrop and a photoshoot involving several ladies from Elim Sisterhood composed the elements of this event promo-piece. Beauty for Ashes is a seminar for ladies seeking spiritual, emotional and basic life fulfillment.