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We are Saskatchewan's natural gas distribution company, a provincial Crown corporation with roots of more than half a century in Saskatchewan.
SaskEnergy delivers the benefits o...
139 employees on Do Some Good
Environmental stewardship
SaskEnergy is a dedicated supporter of environmental stewardship and education, including our day to day best practices in the field, support for invasive species mapping and bird studies research, participation in prairie conservation initiatives, and partnership in school programming such as Earth Rangers which brings public awareness into the classroom and family homes.
We're committed to giving back to the community!
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1777 Victoria Avenue
Regina, Saskatchewan
S4P 4K5
Causes we care about

Top company causes

  • Environment

  • Family Care

  • Food & Nutrition

Top employee causes

  • Youth Development

  • Sports and Recreation

  • Health & Well-being

  • Education

  • Animal Welfare

  • Youth Development

  • Sports and Recreation

  • Health & Well-being

  • Education

  • Animal Welfare

Organizations our employees volunteer with
Social Mission
SaskEnergy has an award-winning community relations program that supports hundreds of organizations and thousands of volunteers across Saskatchewan every year. We are known as Saskatchewan's “Champion of Volunteers”. We offer Share the Warmth grants to organizations that provide food, shelter, and clothing for families in need; support environmental education programs that promote conservation; and provide sponsorship and fundraising support to grassroots charitable and non-profit organizations.
Some of the organizations we support
Saskatchewan Brain Injury Association
Titans Sports & Social Club
Heart & Stroke Saskatchewan
Rouleau Volunteer Fire Department
Canada Recess Guardians Inc.
Mont St Joseph Foundation Inc.
What people are saying about us
Maisie KrienkeBig River and District Recreation Improvement Association

We were grateful to SaskEnergy for contributing to our annual Ice Fishing Derby by donating a gas BBQ for several years. It was used as a special raffle item and raised several hundred dollars each year. Special thanks to Trish Watier for being our liaison....a home town gal that we love.

Rita SteinerCystic Fibrosis Canada

SaskEnergy has a program that matches the donations staff members raise up to a certain level. This has given incentive to their employees to get behind causes such as cystic fibrosis. Also, they have helped cover a portion of expenses for the Walk to Make Cystic Fibrosis History with their Summer Sizzle BBQ Program. With this assistance, we are able to direct more funds to research to find a cure or control for cystic fibrosis.

Mark BrackenSaskatchewan Games Council Inc.

SaskEnergy has been a long-time & generous supporter of the Saskatchewan Games Council and the Saskatchewan Games program. As our "Champion of Volunteers" SaskEnergy has shown their commitment to help make a difference in our host communities. In addition to the cash, value in kind, and office space support, SaskEnergy employees have generously donated their time and talent to help our cause. From the thousands of young athletes and volunteers that benefit from your support...THANK YOU SaskEnergy!

Stories of our community involvement
Happy National Volunteer Week Saskatchewan! While we can’t be on the ground volunteering like we are used to, SaskEnergy employees are raring to go when we can ... In the meantime we are so proud to be Saskatchewan’s Champion of Volunteers since 2004. We’re sending a special thanks to all those amazing front line workers and volunteers helping us get through this pandemic so the volunteer sector can get back to what they do best! Stay safe!!
With so many people temporarily out of work because of COVID19 there are definitely new faces appearing at Saskatchewan Food Banks in need of support to get through this crisis. So proud of our employees for joining companies and citizens across the province to shore up supplies on the shelves with their pocketbooks. 32 Food Banks will share funds received in response to a recent $6 million appeal. We can’t be on the ground volunteering like we are used to but we can still make a difference. For anyone else able to help contributions can be made online at https://www.canadahelps.org/en/dn47377.
Welcome to Do Some Good! We look forward to seeing posts about the valuable work you do and upcoming activities and events. Let us know if there is something our company or our employees can do to help ... and keep up the good work!
It was such a pleasure to meet our Do Some Good friends at SaskEnergy in person! It was inspiring to hear over and over again during meetings in Saskatchewan how Trish, Leslie and the crew at SaskEnergy are leaders in the space of community and giving. It's no wonder they're known as the 'Champion of Volunteers' all across the province. Thank you for a wonderful meeting and for all that you do!
Shout out to the SaskEnergy employees who volunteered for the Saskatoon United Way Day of Caring on June 12th. They spent the day painting and restyling two group rooms at the Family Services office. Great job everyone!
Awesome initiative by SaskEnergy employee Matthew! What a unique way to give back and raise awareness - check it out!
https://dosomegood.ca/post/13735
SaskEnergy employee, Matthew, joined withParenting Plus and the Grenfell Food Bank in December 2017 for their annual "Carolling for a Cause", raising money for Christmas food/gift hampers for struggling families in and around the Grenfell Area. That year, his family decided to "Give Christmas Away" by doing good for others and not thinking about what they wanted for Christmas, focusing instead on what others may need.
Matthew planned to not shave or cut his hair as a fundraiser, and the food hamper program seemed like a perfect idea. So he kept his hair untouched for 3 months. On the night of the carolling, they needed to raise over $500 to get it all shaved off or keep it growing.
Well... they raised over $1,200 which went to provide hampers for over 25 families! Way to go Matthew and family!
SaskEnergy employee, Michell, raises money for their local Therapeutic Animal Park. Three years ago, she, her granddaughter and her grandson, set up an iced tea stand and raised $260.
Using SaskEnergy's Charity Match Grant over the next 2 years, they, along with fellow employees (and their kids and grandkids!), raised an additional $1,543 - in 35.7 degree heat! Michell says, "This has given and shown my granddaughter the spirit of giving back and allowed this small animal park to stay running."
Bryttany and Shannon volunteering at the 2018 Tim Hortons Brier with the SaskEnergy "Future Stars" program for young Saskatchewan curlers. Bryttany said, "It was so awesome to see how excited the Future Stars were to meet professional curlers. The kids were pretty pumped! Such a wonderful volunteer experience."
We're committed to giving back to the community!
View the Pledge
1777 Victoria Avenue
Regina, Saskatchewan
S4P 4K5
Causes we care about

Top company causes

  • Environment

  • Family Care

  • Food & Nutrition

Top employee causes

  • Youth Development

  • Sports and Recreation

  • Health & Well-being

  • Education

  • Animal Welfare

  • Youth Development

  • Sports and Recreation

  • Health & Well-being

  • Education

  • Animal Welfare

Organizations our employees volunteer with
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