Restaurants in regina launch HIV Fundraising & Awareness Initiative
A fund-raising initiative to raise awareness and help people affected by HIV is being launched by local Regina restaurateurs. This initiative coincides with the World AIDS Awareness Week and World AIDS Day on Tuesday, December 1.
Tent cards will be placed on tables of participating restaurants informing diners of the initiative and restaurants will make a donation for each meal sold. Any restaurant or other organization that would like to participate in this program or launch their own is welcome to contact us. Nov. 2015
Thank-you to Emperor mitch and empress china-white of the 24th imperial house of the RSAR
After a year of tireless fundraising for multiple charitable causes, on Nov. 14th Mitch and China presented a cheque to APSS for $6700.00! The funds will be used to provide ongoing care to HIV+ clients. Thank-you to the Regal Social Association of Regina for their ongoing support. Nov. 2015
Saskatchewan Health Care Awards
After thirteen consecutive years, we have decided to give the SHEA awards a break. Check out this link to see the photo gallery from the 2015 SHEA. Thank-you to Dr. Roberta McKay, the founding sponsor of this event for her ongoing support, and to our many sponsors and volunteers who have contributed so much to champion the good stories of health care in Saskatchewan.
Thank-You to Keri-Lynn Schikowski & RBC!
Keri-Lynn won the Royal Bank of Canada Diversity Leadership Award for her work in the community. RBC donated $1,000 to APSS on her behalf. Dec. 2015.
Annual World aids week benefit at the "q" a SUPERB EVENT
On November 27th Brett Littlemore and team from the "Q" hosted an entertaining evening of live music and HIV education. Over $1900 was donated to the Jerome-Nagel Wellness Fund and a good time was had by all. Thanks to everyone at the "Q" for your care for people in Regina affected by HIV.
Adolescent Sexual Health Conference scheduled for Thursday, February 11, 2016 in Regina, SK. (For more information see: Saskatchewan Prevention Institute)