To Support SVOPD
Make a Donation
As a non profit charitable organization, SVOPD’s programs and activities are supported by fundraising efforts, private and corporate donations, core and project funding dollars and most importantly people like you.Your generous donations will continue to offer publications, education and programs for people with disabilities, other agencies, and, other community sectors.
SVOPD acknowledges our sponsors in our publications and at our events. Your donation will be used to support our many activities as Saskatchewan’s cross-disability organization.
Donations over $20, we do offer a tax deductible receipt. Tax receipts will be sent by regular mail.
Please make cheques payable to Saskatchewan Voice of People with Disabilities Inc. and mail to:
Saskatchewan Voice of People with Disabilities Inc.
#201 2206 Dewdney Ave.
If you have questions aboutmaking a donation, please contact us at: 306 569 3111 or 1-877 569-3111 or send us an email: email@example.com
Become a Member
SVOPD welcomes new members. If you are an individual or organization that shares our commitment to the goals of full participation and equity for people with disabilities, we encourage you to Our members guide our decisions and actions and support our many activities as a Saskatchewan cross-disability organization. To learn more about SVOPD’s activities, visit Programs and Services
To become a member, print the MEMBERSHIP FORM and mail it to SVOPD.
Become a Volunteer
SVOPD is looking for committed, passionate people who are interested in becoming involved with our organization’s activities, programs and/or services. We often need help with events, light administrative duties or mail outs.
If you have skills and abilities that would benefit us, we would love to hear from you! To apply to become a volunteer and share your talents please click Volunteer Application and submit by mail or email.
Board of Directors
Saskatchewan Voice of People with Disabilities is recognized as a high performing non-profit organization and enjoys a superior reputation for the services provided to people with disabilities. To maintain and build upon these excellent results, SVOPD needs a strong, dedicated volunteer Board of Directors.
Thank you for your interest in applying to join our Board. By doing so, you are making a commitment to community service. As a Director, you will be asked to attend monthly board meetings and serve on one other committee that focuses on quality and risk, finance, planning or governance.