Supporting Vulnerable Peoples

Improving the well-being of individuals builds a strong sense of community. We believe in lending a hand when and where we can.

Share the Warmth™ Grants

The Share the Warmth Grant program provides funding to charitable organizations that offer warm clothing, shelter or food services to help our province’s most vulnerable citizens manage our harsh prairie winters. Through an annual application process, organizations can receive up to $1,000 for their project.

Share the Warmth empowers charitable organizations to provide extra services by further leveraging funds they receive.

Since 2013, $430,000 has been distributed to support more than 430 projects. Nearly 30 years ago, the Share the Warmth brand began as a Sweater Recycling Project, which redistributed thousands of articles of warm clothing to individuals across Saskatchewan.

*SaskEnergy is excited to celebrate 30 years of Sharing the Warmth throughout Saskatchewan! The Share the Warmth Grant Program applications will open November 1, 2024. 

Tune-Up Assistance Program (TAP)

With the support of SaskEnergy Network Members, TAP helps income qualified homeowners tune-up their furnace to prepare for the winter ahead.

Recipients receive a hands-on furnace examination and maintenance service free of charge. They also receive a carbon monoxide detector, two furnace filters and up to $200 in repairs (if required) for a total program value of up to $400.

Regular maintenance of your home heating system helps keep your furnace running safely and efficiently, reduces the risk of costly repairs in the future and carbon monoxide in the home. Our 2023-24 program helped 1,415 homeowners in communities across the province. 

Goals for KidSport™

Celebrating 10 Seasons of Goals for KidSport!

Goals for KidSport is a collaboration between SaskEnergy and the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League (SJHL) that helps raise funds for KidSport Saskatchewan. KidSport helps youth participate in sport by reducing the financial pressure often associated with accessing these types of activities.

SaskEnergy proudly donates $20 to KidSport for every home goal scored by an SJHL team throughout the hockey season.  SaskEnergy Network Members also contribute funding to KidSport and help celebrate the generous volunteers in each SJHL community.  To date, the program has raised more than $230,000 to help ensure all kids can play.


To celebrate and recognize the invaluable volunteers and achievements of community sport initiatives, the following awards are delivered each season:

•    The KidSport Cup is awarded to the SJHL team who scores the most home goals 
•    The player who scores the 1000th goal is acknowledged.  This event symbolizes SaskEnergy’s $20,000 contribution to KidSport!
•    Volunteer Champion Awards are presented to individuals or groups of volunteers in each SJHL community who show dedication and support for their home team

On average, KidSport provides $200 per child in funding. Over the past 20 years, we are proud to help raise $1.3 million creating access to sport for 6,500 kids in Saskatchewan!

Get involved! Join us for a Goals for KidSport game night in your community.

Community Engagement

Sometimes helping people is about creating access to programs and services. Our community engagement program supports many different organizations in promoting mental health awareness and to provide access to sport, arts and cultural programming. Examples of organizations we support include:

  • Carmichael Outreach
  • Boys and Girls Clubs
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters
  • Special Olympics Saskatchewan

Employee Giving

Our employees are leaders in giving back to their community either through work-led initiatives or through personal contributions. Corporate fundraising events occur to create awareness and to contribute to causes that have the greatest impact within the community. For over 20 years, employees across the province help promote and raise funds for the United Way.

The United Way brings together organizations and individuals to share ideas and provide solutions to current challenges within the community.