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Why Support Inclusion Saskatchewan?
Here are just three reasons.
Employment Support

People with intellectual disabilities can and want to work at real jobs, but only 25% can find jobs. Our Employment & Transitions team is helping to change this by supporting individuals to prepare resumes, look for jobs, and practice for interviews.

SAID Program

In the past, when people with a disability were on welfare, they received $850/month. Thanks to our work on the Saskatchewan Assured Income for Disability program, people with an intellectual disability are now eligible to receive up to $1300/month. 

Housing Initiatives

At least 25% of the people that we support struggle to find adequate living conditions, and are often faced with the choice of becoming homeless or living in a hospital-like setting. Supporting the creation of housing is key priority for Inclusion SK.

See your dollars at work.

Meet Patrick - one of our proudest and most exciting employment success stories.

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Become a Monthly Donor

If you would like to provide ongoing monthly contributions to Inclusion Saskatchewan, click here to go to our donation page on CanadaHelps.

Donating Stocks & Securities

Funding a charitable gift with appreciated securities (publicly listed stocks, mutual fund units, segregated funds) is often a better option for making a gift than writing a cheque, because the capital gain in a gift of qualifying securities is now completely exempt from taxation. If you make an in-kind donation of securities to Inclusion Saskatchewan, your taxable gains will be 100% eliminated and you will receive a charitable tax receipt for the full value of the gift. Please contact your broker to initiate a transfer of securities. In order for us to send you a tax receipt, please let us know of your intentions, by filling out this Gift of Securities fillable PDF form.

Tax Information

Your donations are tax deductible. Click here to access CRA’s Charitable donation tax credit estimator.

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