Sponsors

THANK YOU to those who have supported SSAR and our activities in 2023!

Affinity Credit Union – donation via their Community Spirit Fund

 


THANK YOU to those who have supported SSAR and our activities in 2022!

Saskatoon Police Service – $5,000 honorarium for training and equipment

Saskatoon Police Association – $1,000 to support the Project Lifesaver program

SaskTel and the TelCare program – donation of $1,650 to support our First Responder program and equipment

Dakota Dunes Community Development Corporation – $7,700 donation to support our First Responder program and equipment

Anonymous Corporate Donor – $6,500

Woody’s RV World – for yearly maintenance on our trailers

Prairie Mobile Communications – for many discounts and always helping us to ensure our communications equipment is in good working order

Saskatchewan Geospatial Imagery Collaborative (SGIC) – for providing orthographic photos for use with our mapping programs

SARCAN Recycling – for providing a means by which people can donate their refund money to local charities. Every little bit adds up! Use the code “SSAR” to donate to Saskatoon Search and Rescue.

And many individuals who have made personal donations!

The Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival Best of the Fest Tour, April 25, 2022, was once again a huge success. After a two-year hiatus, we are so grateful to our ongoing sponsors and many new sponsors who support this major fundraising event!


THANK YOU to those who have supported SSAR and our activities in 2021! 

Saskatoon Police Service – $5,000 honorarium for training and equipment

Saskatoon Police Association – $1,000 to support the Project Lifesaver program

SGEU PS/GE Bargaining Unit – $2,000

Innovation Credit Union – $2,500 donation via their Community Impact Campaign

Denray Tire – donation of new tires for our Command Post

Woody’s RV World – annual maintenance on both our trailers and installation of new tires

Boardwalk Community – donation via their “Give Love” compaign

Affinity Credit Union – donation via their Community Spirit Fund

SaskTel and the TelCare program – $1,860 to purchase more transmitters for the Project Lifesaver program

EcoFriendly Sask – $500 natural areas cleanup grant

And many individuals who have made personal donations!


THANK YOU to those who have supported SSAR and our activities in 2020!

SGEU PS/GE Bargaining Unit – $10,000 donation

What A Mess Pet Grooming – donation proceeds from canine nail trim clinic

Canadian Tire COVID Response Fund – donation of procedure masks

EcoFriendly Sask – $500 natural areas cleanup grant

Saskatoon Police Service – $5,000 honorarium to be put towards training and equipment

Prairie Mobile Communications – donation of new power supply for repeater (after the old one got hit by lightening!)

JVCKENWOOD Canada Inc. – $10,000 in-kind donation of handheld radios and accessories via the 2020 Kenwood Cares grant

Martensville Veterinary Hospital – $500 donation for truck project

LB Distillers – donated several bottles of hand sanitizer

ESTI Consulting Services – donated new laptop to be installed in truck.

Medavie Health Services West – $500 donation for truck project.

Saskatoon Police Association – $1000 donation for Project Lifesaver.

Saskatoon Police Executive Officers Association – $500 donation for truck project.

SGEU Local 1102 – $500 donation for truck project

Ghost Transportation Services – $225 donation for truck project

And the many individuals who have made personal donations!


THANK YOU to those who have supported SSAR and our activities in 2019!

The SSAR Truck Project has been a dream of ours for many year and it is gradually becoming reality. Many heartfelt thanks to these major donors:

SaskTel and the TelCare program – $1,500 towards the purchase of a Project Lifesaver receiver.

Saskatoon Co-op – $200 gift card to purchase water/juice/snacks for activations

Saskatoon International Airport Fire Department – $2,300 donation; proceeds from their annual charitable fundraising barbecue

Prairie Malt Ltd. – Donations of two road side toolkits for our Command and Logistics trailers.

100 Men Who Give a Damn Saskatoon – $6,000 donation. The power of collective giving!

EcoFriendly Sask – $500 natural areas clean up grant

Federated Cooperatives Limited – $1,000 donation from their “Community Builders” program. Funds went towards a GPS collar for SAR dog Jenga.

Interstate Batteries of Saskatchewan – One-year supply of batteries that will power things like GPS units, inReach devices, Project Lifesaver receivers, other communications gear and much more!

100 Women Who Care Saskatoon – 100 women x $100 = $10,000 donation. The power of collective giving!

Sponsors of the Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival Best of the Fest Tour, April 29, 2019, was once again a huge success thanks to these local sponsors:


THANK YOU to those who have supported SSAR and our activities in 2018!

Saskatoon Police Association – $1,000 donation for Project Lifesaver Saskatoon

Centennial Plumbing, Heating and Electrical – $1,000 donation as part of their “12-in-12” monthly charitable draw.

Axon Development Corporation – $5,000 donation for Project Lifesaver Saskatoon

Saskatoon International Airport Fire Department – $2,500 donation; proceeds from their annual charitable fundraising barbecue

Axon Development Corporation – donation of desks, office chairs and tables for our new space in the York Avenue Fire Hall

Dakota Dunes Community Development Corporation – $5,000 donation for our Network Communications Enhancement project

Eco-Friendly Sask – $500 clean up grant

Ernst & Young – $1,000 in conjunction with 100 Women Who Care: Emergency Services YXE

Nutrien – Vanscoy Potash Operations – $300 donation from their Employee Donations Program

MR MIKES Steakhouse – $500 donation through their Deeds Well Done program

Our showing of the Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival Tour on April 23, 2018 was a huge success thanks to these local sponsors:


THANK YOU to those who have supported SSAR and our activities in 2017!

SGEU Local 1102 – $925 donation as part of their annual charitable giving

Dakota Dunes Community Development Corporation – $5,000 donation to purchase additional equipment and supplies for Project Lifesaver Saskatoon

Craig Gamma – in-kind donation of rope rescue gear valued at approximately $3,000

Private donor – $10,000 donation

Agrium Vanscoy Potash Operations – $3,000 in memory of Justin Warwaruk

Lardners Trailer Sales – annual maintenance on our Command Post trailer.

Rely-Ex Contracting and Steelmet Supply – provided supplies for tread plate and coating the front of our Command Post.

SaskTel and the SaskTel TelCare program – $500 and $1,000 respectively to support Project Lifesaver Saskatoon.

Saskatoon Police Service Foundation – $20,000 to cover start-up costs for Project Lifesaver Saskatoon.

Rotary Club of Saskatoon Meewasin – $1,000 donation

Dakota Dunes Community Development Corporation – $1,523 to cover costs of Mental Health First Aid Training.

Saskatoon Cooperative Association Limited – $500 towards the cost of our communications/logistics trailer.

And the many individuals who have made personal donations!


THANK YOU to those who supported SSAR and our activities in 2016!

Prairieland Park – $10,000 donation from unclaimed 50/50 tickets

BMO Financial Group, University Heights Branch – $1,500 donation

Agrium Vanscoy Potash Operations – $300 donation from their Employee Donation Program

Alpine Club of Canada, Saskatchewan Section – $500 donation to go toward SAR prevention programs

CTV Saskatoon – two promotional videos that have aired many times and heightened the profile of SSAR. (30 second video; 60 second video)

Dakota Dunes Community Development Corporation – $7,768 donation to purchase first aid and rescue equipment.

Lardners Trailer Sales – annual maintenance on our Command Post trailer.

And the many individuals who have made personal donations!


THANK YOU to Sponsors of the Emergency Communications Project (2014/2015)

Thanks to SGI CANADA Dakota Dunes Community Development Corporation, the Kinsmen Club of Saskatoon, the Rotary Club of Saskatoon Riverside, the Rotary Club of Saskatoon Nutana, Axon Development Corporation, Saskatoon Police Association Saskatoon Police Service and Prairie Mobile for supporting Saskatoon Search and Rescue. Thanks to the success of our 31 Days of SSAR campaign, our Emergency Communications Project is now fully funded!

THANK YOU to all those who met the business challenge during 31 Days of SSAR in 2015. Your commitment to community and to Saskatoon Search and Rescue is greatly appreciated!

THANK YOU to everyone who contributed to the success of our Gear Swap/Garage Sale, Barbecue and AdventureSmart presentations on May 2 & 3, 2015.  Special thanks to Cabela’s for hosting us and to SaskEnergy for providing Chef Randy and his barbecue and contributing $500 towards costs.


THANK YOU to our other past generous sponsors!