Street Culture Project is a Regina based non-profit, charitable organization that actively works to empower at-risk, vulnerable and homeless youth within the community. It all started in the summer of '96...
Through relationship building, life skills development and providing access to community resources, Street Culture Project helps transition youth into active, contributing members of the community!
"I thought I knew what I was doing at fourteen, because at fourteen you think you know everything."
"As a kid, I grew up around a lot of gangsters and street workers and those were my role models, so I didn't have great models like most kids do."
Our youth range in age from eight to twenty-five. Youth can access our day programs, mentorship programs and housing programs. Check out our Programs page to learn more!
We accept cash, clothing, furniture, toiletries, as well as arts and crafts donations. We even do pick ups! We can arrange a beneficial time to pick up your donation. If you have any questions regarding your donation please contact our main office.
Street Culture Project is continuously looking for new and exciting partnerships within the community! We are always open to learning more about you or an event you are hosting, as well as having you contribute to one of ours through sponsorship, donation or volunteering! If you’d like to discuss more on how you can get involved, please contact us and we’d love to set up a meeting with you!
We do Face Painting and so much more! Browse our services here. Our Face Painting services are part of our fundraising strategy. Funds received through our Face Painting services support the social programs within the agency while building skills in our youth and connecting them their community. If you’re interested in giving back to your community, call our main office to book today!