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B’nai Brith – A Tradition of Giving Back to Community

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Saskatoon B’nai Brith, chartered in 1913, has a long tradition of recognizing those who have provided exemplary volunteer service.

B’nai Brith “We’re Proud of You” Awards

The B’nai Brith We’re Proud of You Awards show appreciation for volunteer leaders and encourage others to follow in those important footsteps. A tribute fund is established in honour of the award recipient each year, and community members are invited to donate to that tribute fund in recognition of the individual or group. Find information on the B’nai Brith Silver Plate Dinner here.

B’nai Brith provides funding to multiple community organizations. B’nai Brith’s mandate for funding has been predominantly for youth related programs and activities.  Over the years, it has also funded multicultural, anti-racism, health, and mental health programs. Saskatoon Community Foundation continues to partner with B’nai Brith in administering funds raised for community.

Recipients of the B’nai Brith We’re Proud of You Award:

Saskatchewan health care workers 2020

Arnie Shaw 2019

Bruce Rempel 2018

Synergy 8 2017

Murray Scharf 2016

Milton Taylor 2015

Paul Jaspar 2014

Ian Buckwold 2013

Orest Chorneyko 2012

Bob Fawcett 2011

B’nai Brith funding recipients:

King George Truth & Reconciliation
Sum Theatre
Classic Law (Family Focus)
Kids of Note
Saskatoon Community Foundation
Care & Share Holiday Lunch
Star Phoenix Raise a Reader
King George Community School
KidSport
Children’s Discovery Museum
Teddy Bears Anonymous
Big Brothers/Sisters
Persephone Youth Theatre
SPCA
Systema Music
Optimist Club Board/Tube Park
Syrian Refugee Support
Camp Tamarack
Ronald McDonald House
Wallenberg Park Enhancement
U of S Student Health Centre
Saskatoon Preschool Foundation
Saskatoon Regional Heritage Fair
Multifaith Saskatchewan
Saskatoon Public School Foundation
Restorative Action Program
Children’s Health Foundation of Saskatchewan
Future in Mind – RUH
Saskatoon Zoo Foundation
Schizophrenia Society of Saskatchewan
Saskatoon Pakistan Cultural Association
Saskatchewan Brain Injury Assoc.
Canadian Council of Christians and Jews

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