Your company or organization may support Special Olympics Saskatchewan through:
Make a monetary contribution.
Sponsor a Developmental Sports Camp or Provincial Winter/Summer Games
Initiate a customer- based fundraising campaign, for example through point-of-purchase fundraising.
Sponsor an athlete, coach or volunteer program (Ex. Volunteer Recruitment program, Aboriginal Incentives or Athlete Speaker Bureau)
FUNDRAISING EVENT SPONSORSHIP
Sponsor one of Special Olympics Saskatchewan's existing fundraising events.
Develop a new, customized fundraising event.
Special Olympics Saskatchewan has worked hard to develop a close working relationship with the print, radio and television media in the Province. In addition to their editorial coverage of Special Olympics Saskatchewan events and activities, the Saskatchewan media also provide time and space to the Special Olympics Saskatchewan Media Partners Program. This multi media program allows Special Olympics Saskatchewan to promote our sport competitions and fund raising activities, as well as recognize the support of our corporate sponsors give to our organization.
Donate items or services for auction and sporting events.
DONATE BY MAIL OR IN PERSON
Please mail or drop off a cheque or money order payable:
Special Olympics Saskatchewan
353 Broad Street
DONATE BY PHONE
Call 306-780-9440 or 1-888-307-6226 to make a donation with your Visa or Mastercard.
MAKE A MEMORIAL GIFT
To make a donation in memory of a loved one, please call 306-780-9440 or 1-888-307-6226 ext 0. Special Olympics Saskatchewan will ensure that the family is notified of your support and your donation.
Tax receipts are issued for donations over $10. To receive a tax receipt, please ensure that you provide the following information with your donation:
Planned giving enables you to leave a legacy within your community by enabling Special Olympics Saskatchewan to provide life-enriching sports experiences to individuals with an intellectual disability in the future, while providing tax and financial benefits to you today.
Special Olympics Saskatchewan and your professional advisor can tell you more about the financial and tax benefits of planned gifts, and can provide you with information on the following planned giving options:
Leaving a specific dollar amount or percentage of your assets, such as cash, stocks, bonds, mutual funds, term deposits, real estate, vehicles, art, jewellery or insurance in your will.
Naming SOS as the beneficiary or your RRSP, RRIF or pension.
Naming SOS as the beneficiary of an existing or paid-up life insurance policy.
Purchasing a new life-insurance policy naming SOS as the beneficiary.
Remembering loved ones with memorial gifts.