Our Charity Golf Tournament is BACK for the 9th year!
We are so excited to see you back in Prince Albert on June 24th. Start practicing your swing!
Where: Prince Albert, Kachur’s Golf Club
When: June 24th, 2022
Team Entry: $650
Contact: For more information, please contact Mickey MacGillivray (Fundraising Manager) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We can’t wait to see you!
This year we’re teaming up with our local pharmacies for our very first Hope’s Home Heart Campaign!
For the entire month of February, hearts will be available for a purchase of $2 in participating pharmacies and our ELC Centres across the province. And at all Rubicon Pharmacies throughout the province, you will have the option to round up your purchase in support of Hope’s Home. Your home pharmacy may just be one of them!
Purchase a heart in the name of a child and spread a little love this month. ♥
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Participating Pharmacies across Saskatchewan:
Battleford: Battleford Remedy’s Rx Pharmacy
Biggar: Pharmasave 415
Birch Hills: Quayle’s Pharmacy Ltd.
Broadview: Pharmasave 430
Canora: Canora Pharmacy
Carnduff: Carnduff Drug Mart
Carrot River: Carrot River Pharmacy
Davidson: Midway Pharmacy
Esterhazy: Pharmasave 431, Sapara’s Drug Mart
Estevan: Pharmasave 427
Fort Qu’Appelle: Pharmasave 412, Valley Drug Mart
Humboldt: Pharmasave 429
Indian Head: Pharmasave 445
Ituna: Sametz Pharmacy
Kamsack: Kamsack Family Pharmacy
Kindersley: Pharmasave 417
Kipling: Balfour Drugs Ltd.
La Ronge: Harbour Pharmacy
Langenburg: Pharmasave 405
Maple Creek: Lansdall Pharmacy
Martensville: Pharmasave 466
Meadow Lake: Madill’s Drugs
Melfort: Pharmasave 428
Melville: Royal Drug Mart
Moose Jaw: Pharmasave 425 (Lillooet), Pharmasave 424 (Main Street)
Nipawin: Pharmasave 402 (1st Ave East), Davis Rexall Drugs
Oxbow: Spencer’s Pharmacy Oxbow Ltd.
Prince Albert: Crescent Heights Pharmacy, My Pharmacy, Pharmasave 400 (Central), Victoria Square Pharmacy
Radville: Pharmasave 442
Regina: Wellness Pharmacy Canterbury Park, Pharmasave 420 (Dewdney), Pharmasave 421 (Gardiner Pk), University Park Pharmacy, College Avenue Drugs
Rosetown: Pharmasave 418
Saskatoon: Pharmasave 433 (2nd Ave), Mayfair Drugs, Mount Royal Drugs, Pharmasave 422 (Central), Pharmasave 444 (Idylwyld), Pharmsave 401 (Kenderdine), Pharmsave 477 (Preston South)
Shauavon: Jae’s Pharmacy
St. Walburg: St. Walburg Pharmacy
Swift Current: Pharmasave 406
Warman: Diamond Centre Pharmacy
Watson: Pharmasave 432
Weyburn: Pharmsave 416 (3rd Street), Weyburn Health Centre Pharmacy
Whitewood: Pharmasave 438
Wynyard: Wynyard Pharmacy
Yorkton: Loucks Medi-Health Pharmacy
We wrapped on Swinging with the Stars Prince Albert last weekend and the magic we felt in that room is still carrying us through this week! The energy was magnetic, and the performances, WOW.
Not only that, the community came out in droves and we raised over $200,000 for services and much needed equipment at many of our facilities.
Thank you to every single person who assisted in putting this event together. We really could not have done it without you.
To a night we won’t soon forget!
Are you as excited as we are?! We hope so because we cannot wait to get back to in-person fundraising events. We have missed connecting with all of our wonderful Hope’s Home supporters.
If you’re new here – Swinging With the Stars is our biggest fundraising event of the year. It is based off the popular TV show, Dancing With the Stars. We pair 8 of Regina’s most influential celebrities with a professional dancer where they compete for Judges Choice, while also raising money in their name to win “Crowd Favourite” as well. It’s a FUN, entertainment filled night – and one that’s a “can’t miss” in the city.
We can’t tell you too much just yet. But make sure you keep an eye out on our socials for all the announcements. Like revealing the dancers, early bird ticket opportunities, teaser videos and more. You can find us on Instagram and Facebook.
But wait – there is one thing we can tell you.
This year we are shaking things up and we are giving the public an opportunity to nominate people to dance this year! If you want to learn more about this and how to apply click here!
Are you a company looking for a new sponsorship opportunity?
If this is you, you’ve come to the right place. With over 1000+ guests in attendance, it is sure to be great awareness for your company. We are so grateful for our sponsors and we do our absolute best to make sure you get great promotional opportunities in return. Please email us at email@example.com for any questions or inquiries related to sponsorship opportunities.
Who doesn’t love coffee? Whether you take it iced, hot, sweet, or black – it’s a pretty universally loved beverage. Which makes it perfect for a fundraiser.
Hope’s Home has teamed up with a local cafe, Dr. Java’s in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan for the ultimate coffee fundraiser. Dr. Java’s roasts their own coffee beans and supports different local non-profits throughout the year. And of course the month of May is for us!! Hope’s Home!! Their coffee is hands down the best in the city so we know that everyone needs a bag.
There are two different bags, a medium roast, “Beautiful Day to Stay Home,” and a dark roast, “Fueling Hope.” They are $20.00/bag a portion of the proceeds goes to us.
If you’re from Prince Albert, you can simply head down to Dr. Java’s located at 425 15th St East to purchase a bag (or 4!). There are also bags available for purchase at our Early Learning & Childcare centre in Prince Albert. We take credit, cash, debit, or cheque at the centre!
Contact Mickey at firstname.lastname@example.org or give her a call at 306.960.7334!
I’m sure everyone is exhausted, bored, stressed, and mad over yet another lockdown. This year has been tough on everyone, and for our staff it has meant isolated days spent in the house. Usually they are outside, spending time in the community, or attending events and activities. But since many of the kiddos are at a higher risk, they’ve had to be extra cautious with where they can go. So our staff had to get creative over the past year to try and find ways to still make the days fun and exciting. At times this has meant camping out in the backyard, taking up gardening, and scrolling through Pinterest for new craft ideas.
So it was a very exciting day that the mobile vaccine doc came to our Saskatoon home last week to vaccinate 28 of our staff!!
There was a very happy buzz at the house while everyone was getting vaccinated. We also had one of our kids get vaccinated as well!
Staff gathered on the front lawn in the sunshine and visited while distanced. Some had to bring their little ones and they took turns keeping an eye on them in their parents’ car when they went in for their shot. It was the first time the whole team had been together since last spring when we held an outdoor staff meeting 🙂🌞❤️
We know that there are brighter days ahead and we can’t wait for time when its finally safe to start enjoying our community again!!
Event Planning isn’t for the faint of heart. You need to be fearless and passionate about your project and willing to put in the effort and the hours to make it happen! My name is Kelsey Stewart and I’m the lead event planner with Hope’s Home and have brought you events like Swinging with the Stars and the Speakeasy Soiree! As a non-profit, our events and fundraisers are integral to the operations of our organization; and therefore each event is planned with attention to detail and a ton of heart.
From large scale galas, to golf tournaments, to more intimate events, I have a bit of experience in everything! Throughout the years, I have learned many ideas and secrets of what can bring your event to the next level! Whether you are planning a fundraiser or a corporate event, I can guarantee that these 5 unique event planning tips and tricks will help your event surpass everyone’s expectations.
And there you have it! 5 event planning tips and tricks that are sure to elevate your fundraising or corporate event planning game. At the end of the day, it really comes down to having trust in the people you’re working with, letting your ideas run wild, and understanding that every detail is important. It’s been a weird time for event planners with COVID-19 cancelling everything. But I am so excited for life to open up again so I can go all out on my next event for Hope’s Home.
Do you have any other tips you have found helpful in your event planning? Have any questions for me? I would love to hear it! Leave a comment down below or send us a message on Instagram!