Saskatchewan Employee's Children Help Spread Joy During Pandemic
To help ensure Saskatchewan's most vulnerable residents continue to receive the support they need to remain healthy and safe during the COVID-19 pandemic, Mosaic shared news of three critical investments in our local Saskatchewan communities.
North Central Family Services - $25,000
This much-needed support will help the Centre continue to provide programs, activities and services that support vulnerable children, families and seniors across Regina.
First Nations surrounding our SK operations $100,000
With our support, we are helping Status Indian Services and nine First Nations surrounding our operations keep their communities healthy and safe by offsetting the costs associated with working through these unprecedented times.
Regina School Board Lunch Replacement Program- $50,000
Through the collaborated efforts of REACH, Salvation Army, Chili 4 Children and the City of Regina, 1,000 bagged lunches will be delivered to students and youth in Regina to address a need resulting from the COVID-19 response. These lunches will replace programs previously provided through schools.
"Supporting our neighbors in times of need helps grow stronger communities," said Sarah Fedorchuk, Vice President, Public Affairs and Government Relations - North America. "With Mosaic's investment, we know our most vulnerable neighbors are supported while we navigate these uncertain times."
A big thank-you is also in order for the help of three of our employee's children, pictured above, who helped us share these very special announcements.