We support a broad range of initiatives focusing on wellness & prevention, health treatments, and youth. Recent and upcoming sponsorships include:
Each November we look forward to our annual United Way Fowl Supper & Silent Auction. In 2016 we raised over $64,600 for the United Way in Saskatoon and Regina at this event which consists of silent and live auctions, and payroll deductions matched by the company.
We were proud to join the United Way in saying farewell to the long standing Dinner Date this November. For 20 years this event recognized outstanding leadership in our community and this year’s Finale paid tribute to all past honourees.
We recently entered into an exciting new partnership with the 2-time National Lacrosse League Champions, the Saskatchewan Rush.
The Saskatchewan Blue Cross Kids Time Out will excite a packed house at SaskTel Centre during the 3rd quarter promotion in which 50 lucky winners in a selected section will receive a SBC branded mini lacrosse stick. After the game, the winners can head down to the field for the Official Post Game Autograph Session and take their best shot on goaltender Aaron Bold at the Saskatchewan Blue Cross Inflatable.
We are proud to be supporting our Saskatchewan Rush as they play to bring home another NLL Championship!
2017 marks our 20th year as the Title Sponsor of the Saskatchewan Blue Cross MS Walks throughout the province. Since 1998 we have helped the MS Society raise over $10 million to support the 3500+ Saskatchewan residents living with MS.
Our partnership with the MS Society has become an important part of our corporate culture and an annual highlight for our staff. We are proud to have been the largest corporate team in the Saskatoon Walk for many years, and to have been among the top 5 provincial fundraising teams in each recent year’s Walk. Over the past 20 years, our staff team has raised over $138,000 toward the fight to end MS.
Other organizations we support include:
“I am extremely grateful for your support. My racing chair helped me develop into the person I am today. You are an amazing group of people who actually care.”