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Easter Seals™ Paper Egg Campaign

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Easter SealsTM Paper Egg Campaign - This Spring Make a Difference:  April 1st to April 30th

This annual Easter campaign in Saskatchewan kicks off April 1st and runs until April 30th, 2021, although there are a handful of businesses doing the campaign in March or May as they are unable to participate in April.  The Paper Egg Campaign is a national marketing, awareness, and fundraising campaign that benefits children, youth and adults living with disabilities through Paper Egg sales and displays.

 

How can you get involved?

Purchase a Paper Egg on-line/Make a donation, or visit one of the participating businesses listed below and donate to the 2021 Paper Egg Campaign.  Due to COVID, some businesses are collecting donations only and not displaying Paper Eggs on the walls of their stores this year.  You will still see our posters and will be able to scan a QR code to make a donation at those locations!  For those that are, the business will write your name on the Paper Egg (with your permission of course) and display it in their establishment so others can see you support the community through donating to local non-profits.  The accumulating Paper Eggs are a public display of community involvement and support.  All money raised in Saskatchewan stays in the province and benefits Camp Easter Seal, Summer Fun urban day camp, and supports Adaptive Technology Services.

Due to safety concerns related to COVID-19, we will not be hosting “regular”, in-person camp programming in the summer of 2021.  Instead, SaskAbilities and Camp Easter Seal is excited to announce Camp Connected, an online, virtual program open to all Saskatchewan residents experiencing disability.  While still physically apart, we will continue to belong to this special community and enjoy each other’s company.

 

SUMMER FUN is a recreational day camping program, operated during July and August, for children and youth aged 6 to 22. The program fosters community inclusion, social skill development, and increases confidence and self-esteem in program participants. The rewards of laughter, play, and learning are immeasurable! In 2020, Summer Fun was up and running as a virtual program and we are prepared to maintain the program virtually in 2021 as well.

From voice-activated software to eye gaze-technology, ADAPTIVE TECHNOLOGY SERVICES is dedicated to applying electronics and computers to aid in communication, improve quality of life, and increase independence for individuals. Adaptive Technology has a life-changing effect on the lives of people experiencing disability.

 

Have any questions for feedback? Contact Us.

Trevor Howell
Phone: 306.500.1517
Email: events@saskabilities.ca

 

 

PARTICIPATING BUSINESSES IN 2021 - You will be able to either have your egg displayed or scan a QR code to donate while visiting these locations

 

MARCH 2021

London Drugs

    2323 8 Street East (Saskatoon)

    134 Primrose Dr. (Saskatoon)

    110 – 215 Joseph Okemasis Drive (Saskatoon)

    2072 Prince of Wales Dr. (Regina)

    4800 Gordon Rd (Regina)

 

APRIL 2021

Affinity Insurance Services (Meadow Lake)

Al Anderson's Source for Sports

Birsay Kitchen

Brunskill Pharmacy (Saskatoon)

Calories

Canadian Tire – Confederation Drive

Canadian Tire - Estevan

Canadian Tire - Martensville

City Convenience (Meadow Lake)

City Perks Ltd. (Saskatoon)

Co-op – Watrous

Dermapure (Saskatoon)

Discovery Co-op (N. Battleford, Radisson, Glaslyn and Cutknife)

Ens Toyota

Home Hardware Building Centre (Meadow Lake)

Honey Bun Café (Saskatoon)

Joe Beeverz Bar & Grill (Yorkton)

Long Lake Insurance

Macrorie District Co-op

Madill's Drugs (Meadow Lake)

Martodam's (Meadow Lake)

McNally Robinson (Saskatoon)

Outlook Esso

Pineridge Ford (Meadow Lake)

Prairie Sky Co-op (Weyburn, Beaubier, Milestone, and Lang)

Raymore Credit Union

Rebellion Brewing Ltd. (Regina)

Rhino Repair (Saskatoon)

Riverbend Co-op Ltd. (Kenaston, Davidson, Outlook,
Beechy, Wiseton, Hanley, Broderick, Strongfield, and Tullis)

SaskAbilities (Provincial Services, Regina SNE Depot, Saskatoon Branch, and Yorkton Branch)

Saskatoon Smiles (Saskatoon)

Soccer Locker (Saskatoon)

Southern Plains Coop (Estevan, Carlyle, Oxbow, Gainsborough and Alameda)

The Canadian Brewhouse (McClocklin Rd, Saskatoon)

The Canadian Brewhouse (Preston Ave, Saskatoon)

The Coachman (Saskatoon)

The Copper Kettle Restaurant/O'Hanlon's (Regina)

The Days Inn (Saskatoon)

The Griffin Takeaway (Saskatoon)

The Medicine Shoppe Pharmacy (Meadow Lake)

The Source (Meadow Lake)

Traxx Footwear (Saskatoon)

Tullis Co-op

Turtleford Credit Union

Urban Ground Coffeehouse (Swift Current)

Watrous Bakery

Watrous Pharmacy

Whitecap Trail Gas Bar & Confectionary

Your Dollar Store With More - Meadow Lake

Your Independent Grocer (Michael's) – Saskatoon

 

MAY 2021

Pharmasave (Saskatoon)

    Downtown

    Riversdale

    Stonebridge

    Sutherland

Your Independent Grocer (Tom's) - Regina

 

BUSINESSES THAT HAVE MADE DIRECT DONATIONS TOWARDS THE CAMPAIGN BUT DO NOT HAVE EGGS AVAILABLE IN STORE - WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!

Adams Lumber (1982) Ltd. (Saskatoon)

Booster Juice

Costco – Market Drive, Saskatoon, SK

Home Building Centre, 420 Ave M S, Saskatoon, SK

Kindersley & District Co-op

Meadow Lake Co-op

  Prairie North Co-op - Naicam, Melfort, St. Brieux, Spalding, Kelvington, Archerwill, and Rose Valley

   

 
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