COVID Support in our Community


The giving spirit of our community never ceases to amaze and inspire us. Throughout the last year, individuals and businesses have stepped up to provide supports to those who have been hit hardest by the pandemic.

We have created two reports, Volumes 1 & 2, which outline the generous donations and the support provided to our community. To read the reports and learn more about how we are working to support the most vulnerable in our community through the pandemic, head on over to our COVID-19 page. 


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Amanda is a single mother of six, ranging in age from 20 months to 14 years old; two of her children are currently involved with the Early Childhood Intervention Program, Regina Region Inc. (ECIP). The family has benefited from regular home visits, music therapy, a virtual sensory bin workshop, playgroups, and ECIP’s Annual Family Social.
United Way Regina partners with Caring Hearts, STOPS to Violence, Safe Places Swift Current, RCMP F Division, and Beatrice Wallace/Wolfe – Survivor & Lived Experience Indigenous Advisor to provide free access to top quality Education & Resource training to front-line workers in the family violence sector in south Saskatchewan.
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