Author: Jess McLean

Proclamation of Victims and Survivors of Crime Week

Thank you so much to the City of Saskatoon for proclaiming this week, November 22nd – 28th, 2020, to be Victims and Survivors of Crime Week in Saskatoon. Our gratitude also to the Government of Canada – Justice Department for providing funding to Family Service Saskatoon and other agencies like ours to spread awareness of the courage of victims and …

Victims and Survivors of Crime Week 2020

November 22nd – 28th, 2020 is Victims and Survivors of Crime week, a week to raise awareness about the issues facing victims and survivors and about the services, assistance and laws in place to help victims, survivors, and their families. Victims and Survivors of Crime Week is also a time to acknowledge the work of service providers and their dedication …

FSS Response to Black Lives Matter – George Floyd

Family Service Saskatoon unites its voice with the rest of the world and takes a stand against racism, discrimination, oppression, and intolerance in all forms. We stand against injustice against people of colour and particularly persons of Black African descent in response to the murder of Gorge Floyd, and in all other ways by which hopes and dreams are killed …

Preventing Youth Violence Project

Wonderful news today! We’ll have a lot more to announce as we develop this project but are so thrilled to be able to offer such crucial programming in our community. “Programming designed to help prevent violence is key to sustainable change.  Family Service Saskatoon is delighted to have the opportunity to expand the work we do with youth in our …

Countdown to Giving Tuesday!

The 6th Annual Global Giving Tuesday will take place on Tuesday, December 3rd, 2019. Giving Tuesday was created as a response to Black Friday & Cyber Monday holiday shopping events, to encourage people to embody generosity and the holiday spirit in a new way. We’re proud to celebrate Giving Tuesday, and hope that you’ll consider us in your giving. We …

Looking for Casual Support Staff!

Are you interested in providing mentorship to a young person?  Gaining experience working with children or youth? Casual paid employment is available through Family Service Saskatoon! Click here for job description! If interested, please contact Teddy at 244-0127 or e-mail your resume to teddy.ward@familyservice.sk.ca.