Thanks to South SK Community Foundation!

better access to technology for residents

A huge thank-you to the South Saskatchewan Community Foundation for helping us out with a grant to improve the access to technology for residents across our programs! With so many things happening virtually these days, this grant allowed us buy tablets that can be used for virtual appointments, groups, and entertainment. These tablets have been invaluable to our residents, especially … Read More

Community Initiatives Fund

Community Initiatives Fund

Phoenix Residential Society was very fortunate to receive some funding in 2020 through the Community Initiatives Fund Grant to run recreational and educational health promotion programs to improve the quality of lives of our residents. Another important aspect of the grant was to build employment and leadership skills in some of our peers through mentorship. The following video is a … Read More

Donation thanks!

Bianca Amor's Liquidation Supercentre donated PPE

A big thank-you for the donation of PPE from Bianca Amor’s Liquidation Supercentre. Your support of local community organizations during these times is so appreciated! Did you know they donated over 4 pallets of PPE to help support vulnerable populations in our city?  (This is just a preview of the NINE boxes we received!) And we can’t forget to thank United Way … Read More

Homeless Memorial

homeless memorial

We would like to thank the City of Regina through the Community Investment Grant Program and Culture Grant for their contribution to the Homeless Memorial this year, in partnership with John Howard Society of Saskatchewan and Street Culture Project. Their support through this grant was critical to ensuring people that have lost their lives to homelessness were able to be … Read More

Reaching Home

Steven Ledoux, who is in the Housing First program

We were honored to be featured in a story by CBC highlighting the positive impact the federal “Reaching Home” program has for homeless people trying to stay safe in pandemic. Here is a link to the story: