Community Involvement2017-11-15T11:21:54-06:00

Mawson in the Community

November 2017

Join Cruz at Lawson Heights Mall on Saturday November 18th from 8am-6pm for “Saskatoon’s Greatest Gifts for Kids”, presented by Mawson Health and Fitness. Drop off a brand new toy to fit in a shoebox that will be given to local inner city children at community schools in Saskatoon with TLC@Home. Cash donations also accepted. Anyone who donates will be entered to win 1 of 3 $500 Lawson Heights Mall shopping sprees! Check out tlcsaskatoon.ca for ideas on what to donate.

December 2017

The Salvation Army, with the help of the community provides Christmas hampers and toys for needy families in Saskatoon and area.

Our objective is to provide a complete Christmas meal and to share with recipients the “Real Meaning of Christmas”. The Kettle campaign and the community provides the funding for this program. Toys are collected and distributed by The Salvation Army and various community sponsors.

Starting November 20th, 2017 we will have 2 Red Bins located in the facility for donation of toys and non-perishable food items.

January 2018

The Saskatoon Sexual Assault & Information Centre exists to contend with sexual  violence and its effects upon individuals and the community by providing support, education, and prevention services. 

SSAIC offers services to both female and male survivors of sexual abuse. All genders welcome!

As part of our vision and philosophy SSAIC aspires to a society where all may achieve their full potential free from sexual violence.

We have a vibrant team dedicated to the support of survivors, awareness and prevention—from administrative support to counselors, from our executive director to our Board, SSAIC employs and aligns with passionate and professional individuals.

Visit https://saskatoonsexualassaultcentre.com/ for more info on SSAIC

February 2018

March 2018

Fitness fanatics hit the bikes on Saturday in memory of Quinn Stevenson – a Saskatoon boy killed by a drunk driver in 2013.

Quinn’s family continued his legacy with the second annual Spin for Quinn day. Gym-goers could register for classes throughout the day at Mawson Health and Fitness, with all funds donated to the Quinn Stevenson Memorial Athletic and Spirit Trust.

Quinn’s family hopes events like this will help prevent drunk driving.

“It just warms our heart all the time to be able to give back in Quinn’s name,” said Quinn’s mother Bonny Stevenson. “It also helps keep his name alive in the community by putting his name to things and just generally doing good things.”