Street Culture is proud to offer opportunities for youth, students and adults to volunteer within the agency. Download and apply today!
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.
Street Culture Project continues to rely heavily on fundraising dollars and the support of the community to operate many of our programs, which in turn provide a variety of opportunities to Regina's most vulnerable youth!
We are continuously looking for new and exciting partnerships within the community! Please contact us and we’d love to set up a meeting with you to discuss more!
Street Culture Project relies heavily on fundraising dollars and the support of the community to operate many of our programs. Because of this, we are able to provide a variety of opportunities to Regina's most vulnerable youth!
Through community investments and partnerships, we are able to provide youth the necessary assistance in finding safe and stable housing, education and/or employment, and give access to healthy meals, life skills development and positive role models.
We strive to find the resources needed to assist the youth we serve. Many of those we serve are outside of regular government services, so having resources to work with these young people is truly an investment in our community’s future. It is and has always been a primary goal of Street Culture to create self-sufficient, contributing members of our community.
Together, our partnership can further this goal. We welcome the opportunity to present you with further information and share how by working together, we strengthen community.
Home Depot, Barterpay, SASK GAMES
Karl Fix & Sandy Beug
RBC, Campion College
Siman's Auto Sales, Trusty Auto Service, Wendy Jenkins-Gauthier