PFS founding members:

Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives – Saskatchewan

Faculty of Social Work, University of Regina

Regina Anti-Poverty Ministry (RAPM)

Regina Anti-Poverty Network (RAPN)

Saskatchewan Association of Social Workers (SASW)

Saskatoon Anti-Poverty Coalition (SAPC)

PFS supporters to date:

Adult Education Association of Saskatchewan

Alliance for Equality of Blind Canadians (AEBC)

Community-University Institute for Social Research (CUISR)

Family Service Saskatchewan

Integrated Community Ministries Saskatchewan Literacy Network (ICM)

Moose Jaw Poverty Free Committee

Passion for Action Against Homelessness

Regina Early Learning Centre

Saskatchewan Registered Nurses Association (SRNA)

Saskatchewan Union of Nurses (SUN)

Saskatoon Health Region, Primary Health

Saskatoon Poverty Reduction Partnership

The Elizabeth Fry Society

The Making Peace Vigil

United Way Saskatoon

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  1. Good Morning!
    High utility bills can be stressful, and it can be costly to make energy efficiency upgrades at home. We’ve just launched SaskPower’s Energy Assistance Pilot Program to help income-qualified households to improve their home’s energy efficiency. And we’re hoping you can help us reach qualifying households that would benefit from this program.

    Here’s how it works:
    Program participants will get a free smart thermostat and other energy-saving products. Our Home Energy Advisors will provide a free home walk-through assessment and one-on-one coaching on how to reduce energy consumption. The expected savings is up to $230 per year!

    We’re looking for 400 households to take part. Once we reach the cap, we won’t accept any new applications. We’ll be sure to advise you once the program fills up so that information can be shared. To be eligible, participants must:
    • Live in Regina or Saskatoon (Saskatoon Light & Power customers are eligible)
    • Own their own home
    • Fall within the income criteria

    Full program details and the application form are available at

    Here’s where you come in!
    We’re doing our best to reach eligible participants in a targeted way. Because you have relationships in your community, we’d sincerely appreciate it if you’d help us spread the word.

    We’ve created materials, including:
    • A social media tool kit, with information on how to post to social media and a few key points that can be shared
    • Posters and brochures, which can be delivered to your office
    • And newsletter copy, in case you’d like to include information in an upcoming publication

    Can you please confirm how you’re sharing the information, and how many people you expect to reach? (Word of mouth, poster, e-newsletter, Facebook)?
    Would you like posters or pamphlet’s for your locations?

    And please let us know if there’s anything else you need, or if you have any questions!

    Kind regards,

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