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Street Culture Inc. is a diverse and expansive organization that provides programs and services to youth in Regina as well as surrounding communities, who need it the most and are working through the effects of complex experiences. In 1998, the Street Culture Project Inc. was founded as a non-profit charity, and grew from being contracted to painting large-scale murals and faces at community events to a respected and relied upon agency for youth. The agency grew to employ over 100 employees, and now provides a number of different programs and services including: emergency shelter and housing; mentorship; and employment programs and services.

*Youths faces are not shown due to confidentiality

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Street Culture foundation is tied to the community and responding to the gaps for youth services that currently exist. The responsive nature of the organization requires us to work closely with youth, community and partnering agencies, funders, and government to identify those gaps and address them. Funding for the agency is dependent on relationships and ensuring the youths' voice is heard.

" I didn't know a place like this existed... I thought I was going to a foster home, but now I have a family."

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Also pivotal is cultural responsiveness and perspectives that assist in guiding the day-to-day work of Street Culture Inc. Trauma informed practices, diversity and inclusion are key pillars in the operations of our organization. The youth we serve are diverse and require support that is rooted in understanding the impacts and history of racism, and violence in our community.

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Over the years, Street Culture has embedded itself in Regina and participated in many different community-led initiatives. Engagement and participation in fundraising events have been an important aspect of the mandate of the agency. Through these events, youth develop skills and confidence through their interactions with the community. Street Culture is a leading example of effective community and economic development, with an emphasis on relationship and inclusive practices.