Tourney Group Gives Back

At Tourney Group, we believe it’s important to give back to the community in every way we can. We take pride in sponsoring the charities and organizations that make a positive impact on our community.

We support the following organizations who are making a great impact on the lives of community members in and around Regina and Saskatoon:

HoopLife Basketball

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HoopLife is a youth basketball program that focuses on building the character and confidence of youth in the community. Through Boost Kids, they look to break financial barriers that stop youth from enrolling in basketball programs. They offer financial support, so kids can have one year of weekly training sessions and seasonal training camps.

Regina Riot Women’s Football

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Regina Riot Women's Football team is the only elite-level women’s tackle football program in Regina. Since their establishment in 2011, they have been members of the Western Women’s Canadian Football League, playing against teams from Saskatoon, Edmonton, Calgary, Winnipeg, and more. Being a part of Regina Riot does not only mean playing football. The members are widely involved in the community, promoting women’s football and athletics.

They work with organizations like Athletes Against Bullying, the Regina branch of Ovarian Cancer Society, and other significant programs.

CMN Children’s Hospital Foundation

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CMN hospitals treat sick children across North America. Hospitals like these require community donations so they can provide the best treatment possible for these children. Medicaid and insurance programs won't cover all of the costs so to fill the gap in their funding, the Children’s Hospital Foundation hosts fundraisers and campaigns throughout the year.

Support this nonprofit to help improve the lives of many children in our community!

Understand Us

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Understand Us promotes a better understanding of mental health in the community. They do social campaigns to start conversations around mental health to end its negative stigma. To make a large impact on our community, Understand Us works with the school system and local teachers to educate our youth at an impressionable age.

They conduct relatable and understandable seminars on mental health to give a voice to the community.

Sanctum Care Group

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Sanctum Care Group is a nonprofit, registered charity that provides a ten bed hospice for those who are chronically ill as a result of HIV positive status. They give specialized assistance to patients to help them manage their symptoms, as well as psychological and social support. Patients admitted to this care group are Saskatoon's most vulnerable people who need specialized assistance in managing symptoms of their disease and homelessness.

By supporting this charity, we can help make a stronger, more loving community.

If you'd like to learn more about Tourney Group and their involvement with the community, reach out to one of their expert agents!

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