The Helpers: Many in Regina lightening the load amid the pandemic

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The fund matches donations up to $500,000 to assist in addressing some of the urgent community needs due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The focus is on food security, shelter shortages, helping with children’s needs and those needs of most vulnerable populations.

Recipients are: All Nations Hope Network $20,000; AIDS Program South Saskatchewan $23,500; Canadian Mental Health Association $16,000;  Caring Hearts Counselling Inc. $25,000;  Carmichael Outreach Inc. $50,000 Cowessess Community Educational Centre $19,858; Family Resource Centre, Swift Current $5,500; Moose Jaw Non-Profit Housing Corp. $50,000;  Moose Jaw Transition House $50,000; North Central Family Centre Inc. $20,000; Phoenix Residential Society $10,000;  SOFIA House $21,500;  Souls Harbour Rescue Mission Inc. $40,000; Regina Transition House Inc. $20,000;  The John Howard Society of Saskatchewan $35,000; United Way of Estevan $50,000; and YWCA Regina $49,000 — for a total of $505,358.

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