Walking with the wind
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Nutrien Saskatoon Community Foundation Walk with the Wind Gala
Saturday, September 24, 2022
Reception and Dinner 5:30 pm
Program begins 6:30 pm and ends at 10:00 pm
On behalf of our board, cultural advisors Eugene and Lorna Arcand, gala co-chairs Tracy Muggli and Lisa Mooney, and the gala committee, we invite you to attend the Nutrien Saskatoon Community Foundation Walk with the Wind Gala on September 24. Come and enjoy a five-course meal, and witness the talent of many Saskatchewan artists, including dancers, spoken word artists, musicians, painters and more.
After water, fire, and earth, the fourth element, wind, cannot be seen but its power is felt.
Like seeds carried by the wind, the experience of reconciliation is shared through walking with the wind.
The need for reconciliation has never been greater and the winds of change are stirring our community to act for future generations.
We are committed to continuing to walk together, with our many corporate partners and supporters, to build on the growth and shift in our community: the desire to learn, to be bold, and to make systemic change.
By embracing the powerful winds of change, we will continue this vital work together, toward a vibrant future where everyone belongs.
Nutana Machine Ltd.
Orano Canada Inc.
Thomson Jaspar & Associates
Black & McDonald
Dakota Dunes CDC
IG Wealth Management (Michael Burgess)
Kelly Panteluk Construction Ltd.
Procon Potash / Kitsaki
Saskatoon Metal Manufacturing
Victory Majors Investments Corp.
Indigenous Collection Sponsors
Denison Mines Group
Family Legacy Advisory Group
Saskatoon Survivors’ Circle
Live Auction Sponsor
Saskatoon Media Group
Become a sponsor of the September 24, 2022 gala and join the community of support for reconciliation:
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Make a donation to the Community Fund for Reconciliation:
Community Fund for Reconciliation – Give Now – Saskatoon Community Foundation
Saskatoon Community Foundation
Since establishing the Community Fund for Reconciliation in 2017 to direct funding for Indigenous-led partnerships that advance reconciliation, Saskatoon Community Foundation has granted over $685,000 to projects in the community. Funds raised through the Nutrien Saskatoon Community Foundation Cultural Gala have been a major part of this commitment.
In 2017 the Board of Directors committed $400,000 over four years for projects that address the 94 Calls to Action in the Truth and Reconciliation Commission report. The funds raised through the Cultural Gala have been a major part of this commitment.
The 2017, 2018, and 2019 Nutrien Saskatoon Community Foundation Cultural Galas have explored the elements of water, fire, and earth, building stronger relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people, in support of the Community Fund for Reconciliation.