Volunteers and Fundraising

We pride ourselves on being the Champion of Volunteers for Saskatchewan’s premiere cultural and sporting events. For other community initiatives we add value by providing promotional merchandise.

Champion of Volunteers

Saskatchewan has the highest rate of volunteerism in Canada. From town festivals to large scale events such as Grey Cup, we often play a small, but mighty role in showcasing the many volunteers who give endless time and energy.

Need lanyards to easily identify volunteers in the crowd? We have those. Need a tent for a rest area or snack break? We have that too. Through approved sponsorships, our support provides tools to prepare and keep volunteers energized.

 2022 Grey Cup Festival

SaskEnergy is proud to be the Champion of Volunteers for the 109th Grey Cup Festival. Join us in Regina the week of November 15-20, 2022 and be part of making this the most memorable event-filled week yet.

Nearly 1,500 volunteers are needed to make the Festival a success. Sign up to volunteer today - some shifts start in October.

Green graphic that says Grey Cup Festival 2022 Volunteer SaskEnergy

General Fundraising

As part of our community engagement program, we provide non-profit organizations with items to raise additional funds through activities such as a silent auction, raffle, or door prize.

Support for Volunteer Firefighters

With more than 350 fire departments and over 7,000 firefighters in the province, emergency responders need resources available to work through the impact of traumatic events and emergencies. They also need training and the necessary equipment for when duty calls.

SaskEnergy offers:

  • Fundraising Grants
    Volunteer firefighters can apply for grants of $1,500. Grant funds must be used to create opportunities for additional fundraising such as hosting a community barbecue or a prize raffle. The funds raised help with the purchase of equipment such as breathing apparatuses or Jaws of Life.
  • Safety Training
    Materials and topics focus on natural gas awareness and critical safety procedures to follow when responding to a natural gas leak.

Employee Community Action Grant

SaskEnergy employees roll up their sleeves and help when they can - it’s part of our culture. When a team of employees band together to raise funds for a charity of their choice, we pay for supplies to help with their project, to a maximum of $500.