The Saskatchewan Cerebral Palsy Association is a registered nonprofit charity focused on helping individuals with cerebral palsy and other disabilities in the province of Saskatchewan. Our mission is to ensure individuals with cerebral palsy the right to opportunities to achieve their fullest potential through education, health care and access to all amenities of the community.
Are you passionate about what we're doing? Let us know! Whether you want to make a corporate donation, host an event, or become an in-kind sponsor, we would love to talk with you about how we can work together. As a registered charity, your support is tax deductible.
Whether you help through monetary donations, sponsorship, volunteering your time, or spreading our mission through word-of-mouth, thank you. We couldn't accomplish our goals without the help of supporters like you.
The Government of Saskatchewan is the largest summer student employer in the province and the Ministry of Social Services has a wide variety of summer jobs located throughout the province. Please share this with your networks and encourage any and all students with disabilities to consider a summer job. The process for applying for summer student positions with the Government of Saskatchewan is now open and can be found at: http://www.careers.gov.sk.ca/studentjobs *Please ensure that students self-declare as a person with a disability when applying.
We would like to thank everyone who supports the Cerebral Palsy Association in Saskatchewan, from individual donations to corporate sponsors, we sincerely appreciate your generosity.
We would like to thank the following major supporters.
Prairie Laser Inc.
Electronic Recycling Association
Saskatoon Community Foundation
Community Initiative Fund
Donate a Car
Skiing for Disabled is a volunteer-driven support network within SASKI managing the Saskatchewan Disabled Ski Program. Certified instructors promote the wonderful world of skiing for the disabled through training on safe adaptive equipment and nationally recognized training methods.
Whether it be snowboarding, mono-skiing, bi-skiing, nordic sitskiing, biathlon, four-tracking or three-tracking, our instructors will help you achieve new heights and join in the fun of these exciting winter sports. Ski events for skiers with disability, volunteer training courses for local programs, and certification programs for instructors are some of the many opportunities available to those who become members.
Members are welcome to access our Adaptive Equipment Network and resource library, or enquire about purchasing provincially-constructed adaptive equipment (alpine sledges and nordic sitskiis). For more information, contact Pat Prokopchuk (306) 374- 7745 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
NEXT EVENT: Registration is open for our January 26th Adaptive Ski day at Table Mountain. Register early, space is limited & filling fast! Email Saskatchewan Adaptive Snow Ski Club at SASSC_SKI@yahoo.com.