Caring Hearts offers client services, including programs, events and resources to help people coping with grief and loss.
Our annual Camp For Kids is an amazing and life-changing experience for all involved.
In 2017 Caring Hearts began working with provincial and federal government in support of a Missing Persons initiative that provides counselling and support to families of persons who have gone missing in Saskatchewan.
who we are
To enhance mental health healing through education and counselling for those dealing with grief and loss.
A province where everyone is cared for through their journey of grief and loss.
Care ~ Respect ~ Confidentiality ~ Integrity ~ Accountability ~ Transparency
Our values reflect the special work we do and how we go about doing it. We care for our clients and donors as unique individuals, and tailor our programs and services to meet their needs.
Everyone who walks through our doors is treated with dignity and respect, and as part of this we understand the sensitive nature of our work and uphold the confidentiality of our clients, donors, and stakeholders.
This means we hold ourselves to the highest standards of practice and pride ourselves on our principles and professionalism.
Through open and honest communication, we clearly speak to the work we do and how we achieve our goals. We embrace these values each day, and do so with a caring heart.
2020/21 Board of Directors
Interested in joining the Board? Click here for more information
The Board of Directors is a group of volunteers who govern the activities of the non-profit organization, Individuals come from a diverse range of backgrounds and experiences, who are interested in helping our organization achieve our vision.
Board members serve a term of three years, with an option to renew their commitment for a second term.
Commitment includes two hours per month for meetings, preparation, and consultation, in addition to attendance at regular board meetings. There are a minimum of four board meetings per year, plus the annual general meeting, and a strategic planning session.
Board members are responsible for the effective governance of the organization consistent with the vision, mission, strategic plan, and core values.
Board members have no authority to act individually in the direction of staff and volunteers, or to act as spokesman for the organization, unless specifically given that authority by the Board.
The Caring Hearts May Camp and Songwriters Day Camp have been postponed due to the COVID-19 virus pandemic Watch for more details.
We recognize the growing need to support youth in talking about grief.
Emotional reactions to traumatic loss such as suicide are intense and often overwhelming. Knowing it’s okay to say “I’m not OK” can open the door to begin healing.
We recognize that youth who attend our programs will benefit from a continuum of care model, that integrates caregivers, and provides ongoing opportunities to check-in throughout the year.
You can help
There are many ways to support Caring Hearts. You can donate your time by volunteering, donate an item or service through in-kind contributions, or explore matching gifts through your business or employer. Check out all the additional ways YOU can make a difference today!