WE NEED YOUR HELP.
Support Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities
Our work would not be possible without the generous donations we receive from members of the community. We have an incredible amount of work to do
and we need your help to do it.
Why Support Inclusion SK? Here are just three reasons.
People with intellectual disabilities can and want to work at real jobs, but only 25% can find jobs. Inclusion SK helps individuals who are looking for employment. See: Employment Education, & Transitions.
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.
At least 25% of the people that SACL supports 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 priority for Inclusion SK.
Your dollars at work.
This video is all about seeing your support dollars at work. It features 3 stories about individuals with intellectual disabilities in Saskatchewan and how our work has impacted their lives.
For more specific details, stats, and information about how our work changes lives, see our 2017-2018 Annual Report.
Be the Change. Become an Inclusion Champion
Our Inclusion Champions provide the ongoing support Inclusion SK needs to create change. Pleases consider joining our Inclusion Champion multi-year giving society by making a recurring annual or monthly gift – just use the drop-down menu in the donation form under “Donation Frequency” to select your preferred option. Our Inclusion Champions are recognized in our Annual Report, at our Inclusion Events, and on our Donor Wall at the Inclusion SK office in Saskatoon. For more information, contact us at 306-955-3344.
Your donations are tax deductible. Click here to access CRA’s Charitable donation tax credit estimator