The Saskatoon Police Service Foundation raises and distributes funds and other resources to support the Saskatoon Police Service and partner organizations in enhancing community safety.
SPSF funds Project LifeSaver, a program for locating missing persons with dementia, alzheimers, and other cognitive disorders
Saskatoon Police Service Foundation
The Saskatoon Police Service Foundation is an incorporated not-for-profit, community led foundation. We are dedicated in supporting our Saskatoon and Saskatchewan emergency services through the Saskatoon Police Service Foundation. Funds raised will go towards the support of emergency services.
Children’s Hospital Foundation
This Saskatchewan group needs no introduction. As a result of community support, this organization has been able to begin the construction of the Children’s hospital here in Saskatoon. The Saskatoon Police Service Half Marathon is pleased to have been able to support this community project.
Saskatchewan Abilities Counsel
For almost 70 years, the Saskatchewan Abilities Counsel has helped people from all over the province who live with disabilities. The Saskatchewan Abilities Counsel helps these people to focus on their abilities to live a sustainable and functional high quality of life.
Recess Guardians are a fine example of a community program that supports our community and ends the cycle of the root causes of crime. Recess Guardians work throughout the province in schools to “encourage students to take ownership on the playground and to lead their peers to participate in fun constructive and inclusive games”.
Saskatoon Search and Rescue
In 2008, as result of a great need identified by the Saskatoon EMO (Emergency Measures Organization), this group was formed. Their goals are to address a community need to “support the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Saskatoon Police Service, Saskatoon Emergency Measures Organization or other designated authority in their efforts to locate lost or missing persons; or to assist in other related emergencies such as door-to-door notification, evidence recovery and in severe weather activities within our community or other surrounding communities in the province of Saskatchewan.”