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Power of Reading contributes 3,700 books to KidsFirst!

SaskPower is committed to helping children and families grow through the power of reading. SaskPower asked their employees to contribute new or gently used books and they delivered, contributing over 3,700 books that were donated to KidsFirst and partner agencies across the province.   

Pictured are representatives from SaskPower, KidsFirst, Rainbow Youth Centre, Regina Open Doors Society (RODS), Regina Early Learning Centre and Aboriginal Family Service Centre coming together at United Way Regina’s office to sort the books.

Together, we have the power to make a difference.  #spcommunity  @UnitedWayRegina #AllThatKidsCanBe #ImprovingLivesLocally


Pledge Form Sponsors

Our thanks to Farm Credit Canada for being our print sponsor - providing our annual campaign pledge forms.

Farm Credit Canada

Media Sponsors

Our thanks to the Regina Leader-Post for being our print media sponsor - providing free linage throughout the year.





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