Donate to the Saskatoon Community Response Fund.
The donations raised through this fund will ensure agencies on the ground can continue their critical work in this time of need.
Over the past year, SIRC partners have done everything in their power to limit the spread of COVID-19 amongst people who are especially vulnerable due to food- and housing-insecurity. In March, we created a Vulnerable Sector Strategy for Saskatoon with 6 critical, interdependent components. We have implemented as much of…
Read the details of the planning, coordination, and strategy building that went into fulfilling the Interagency’s purpose in supporting our communities through this particularly challenging time.
In today’s climate during the pandemic, it has become even clearer that access to Internet and technology can be a lifesaver for many around the world.
The lockdown of public facilities during the COVID-19 pandemic amplified a gap in our city’s citizens’ accessibility to on-street, accessible, paid-for-by-municipal governments bathrooms.
The Saskatoon Inter-Agency Response is dedicated to meeting the needs of people who are especially vulnerable to the negative impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic due to entrenched housing and food insecurity. Learn about the Saskatoon Inter-Agency Response and the six critical components of the Vulnerable Sector Strategy,
Tools & Resources
Find posters and social media content created by the Inter-Agency response, free for use.
The effects of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic extend beyond the immediate medical consequences to include economic, psychological, emotional, and social impacts, particularly for individuals and communities who were already vulnerable.This evaluation was commissioned by SIRC’s Data Management Committee to understand what outcomes the response contributed to, as well as identify key insights that could inform how the community could improve its response to both the ongoing pandemic and other complex issues.