Saskatoon Open Door Society Inc.

For Newcomers (Immigrants & Refugees we offer: Settlement and Employment Services; Language Training and Translation Services; Family, Youth and Childcare Services; Community Programs and Events; Local Engagement and Volunteering.

Where to find us:

Location

100-129 3rd Ave. N.

Saskatoon, SK

S7K 2H4

(306) 653-4464

Hours:
Mon-Fri 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Where to find us:

Financial gifts

With our online donation form, you can have your contribution specifically allocated to any of the following funds and programs: Ukrainian Refugee Resettlement Support Fund, Afghan Refugee Resettlement Fund, Gift Card Drive for Holiday Hampers, Childcare Centres, Youth Programs, Adult Women’s Programs, Women Entrepreneurs Programs, Adult Men’s Programs, Seniors’ Programming, Language Training Programs, Employment Services Programs, Refugee Resettlement, and Refugee Scholarship Funds.

What we need:

Volunteer time:

We have many different volunteering opportunities for both newcomers and non-newcomers. If you would like to volunteer for a program or an event, we would love to hear from you.

Requests and Updates

How you can help

Financial Donations

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More about us

Community Impact

We provide frontline settlement services and programming to newcomer individuals and families, both refugees and immigrants, individuals and families. We have a Language Training facility, two multicultural Childcare Centres, an Employment Services Centre, extensive year-round youth programming, and a state-of-the-art Women’s Business Hub for immigrant women entrepreneurs.

Financial Breakdown

Using our online donation form, you can specify which funds you want to support through our online donation form. In addition to the specific refugee resettlement funds and scholarships, to family, childcare and youth services listed above, or to community and cultural programs and events. You can also choose various Employment Services and Business Leadership Programs such as the Women’s Business Hub.

Our Philosophy

Our mission is to assist newcomers to Canada to become participating members of an inclusive and diverse community and country. Our vision is for Saskatoon to be a diverse and inclusive community where newcomers fully participate in its economic, social, intellectual and cultural life. The Saskatoon Open Door Society values: Empowerment, Engagement, Inclusion, Respect, and Equality while using a Holistic Approach to settlement.

Programs and Services

We have programming that meets the needs of newcomer clients in the following areas: Settlement and Employment Services, Language Training and Translation Services, Family, Youth and Childcare Services; Community Programs and Events; Local Engagement and Volunteering