FCC Regina Spirit Fund Successful Past Projects

Want to learn more about the types of programs the FCC Regina Spirit Fund supports? Browse through the last three years of successful past projects below. 

# Organization Amount Project
1 SOFIA House 
To buy security cameras that will help keep clients safe.
2 Hope's Home 
Renovate a bathroom and install an accessible shower and medical tub. 
3 Regina Education and Action on Child Hunger (REACH)


Purchase a van for transporting healthy food to program and partner locations throughout Regina. 
4 Street Worker’s Advocacy Project Regina Inc. 
Buy a van to assist marginalized individuals in Regina secure and maintain stable housing. 
5 White Pony Lodge 
For development of a website to serve victims of crimes. 
6 Albert Community School 
Buy a dishwasher for the school’s nutrition program. 
7 G. Marconi Canadian Italian Club 
Renovate washrooms and improve accessibility for patrons. 
8 Neil Squire Society 
Buy assistive technology toolkits that will enhance the lives of people with disabilities. 
9 North Central Family Centre
Provide healthy snacks and food to serve during some of the youth programs. 
10 Prairie Spirit Connection 
Buy nutritious lunches and snacks for families who attend the programming.
11 Regina Community Radio
Buy new equipment for Regina’s only community radio station providing diverse and unique programming.
12 Regina Food for Learning
Provide breakfasts, snacks and lunches in Regina schools and neighbourhoods to youth at risk.
13 Regina Little Theatre Society 
Buy a mobile microphone system that will help bring theatre to people with low mobility. 
14 Saskatchewan Science Centre
Create a space to inspire innovation, provide hands-on discovery and build technical skills in youth. 
15 UnderstandUS
Develop a curriculum package with resources for mental health education.
16 St. John Ambulance 
Replace equipment and update materials for First Aid and CPR training courses.
17 Angels 4 Warmth
Buy yarn to make scarves and mitts for those in need.
18 Dress for Success 
Make improvements to the current client suiting area. 
# Organization Amount Project
1 Carmichael Outreach Inc. $25,000 To purchase a van to better serve clients throughout Regina.
2 Autism Resource Centre $17,000 Renovate and improve the independent living and cooking programs.
3 Newo Yotina Friendship Centre $16,000 To provide transportation for underprivileged youth and clients to attend programs and events at the centre.
4 Regina Palliative Care & Bereavement Centre $15,000 To provide a safe space for emotional, physical and mental counselling and healing at Compassionate Companions Support Centre.
5 Canadian Mental Health Association - Regina branch $10,000 To enhance the exterior of the building and purchase a furnace.
6 Eureka Fellowship Society $7,500 To improve the facility for handicap access, and add windows to meeting rooms.
7 Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region $7,500 Provide FRIENDS resiliency training in classrooms from Kindergarten to Grade 12 to improve positive youth development outcomes.
8 Mackenzie Infant Care Centre Inc. $7,500 Repair cracked foundation in basement to prevent water seepage.
9 Thomson Community School Community Council $7,300 To purchase sanitation equipment for nutrition room.
10 Globe Theatre $6,700 To improve access for hard of hearing audience members at Globe Theatre performances.
11 All RISE Project Inc. $5,000 To purchase restaurant equipment for a community-run social enterprise teaching restaurant, The Bannock House, open to the public and serving Indigenous cuisine.
12 Ignite Adult Learning Corporation $5,000 To provide nutritious lunches to young adults attending work programs who are unable to afford their own meals. 
13 Multilingual Association of Regina (MLAR) $5,000 Upgrade computer equipment and software.

North Regina Little League

$5,000 To finish building a batting cage and make improvements to parking area to accommodate people with disabilities. 
15 Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame and Museum Inc. $5,000 To enhance the exhibit gallery interactive environment to support adaptive and special needs programming.
16 Listen to Dis' Community Arts Organization Inc. $3,000 To provide professional arts programming for people with and without disabilities.
17 Regina Garden Associates Inc. $2,500 To replace the outdoor access ramp to provide equitable access to the Regina Floral Conservatory and adjacent green space.
# Organization Amount Project


Hope's Home Inc.


To enhance mobility for our children and safe lifting for our staff through the installation of ceiling tracking.



All Nations Hope Network


To upgrade the kitchen and facility that provides outreach services to clients and community members.

3 RCMP Heritage Centre $10,000 Retrofitting the grounds to accommodate people with disabilities, allowing them to attend equine theatre performances, outdoor theatrical displays, demonstrations and other programming.
4 Regina Treaty / Status Indian Services
$10,000 Rebuilding the community kitchen used to deliver various nutrition and food programs.
5 South Saskatchewan Independent Living Center $10,000 To upgrade the computer lab with equipment and furniture, creating a fully inclusive environment.
6 Early Childhood Intervention Program, Regina Region Inc. $7,500 To provide quality programming resources for children with disabilities.
7 Family Service Regina $7,500 To offer Indigenous art classes. Adults and youth can learn and practice beadwork and painting in an accessible and supportive environment.
8 Regina Indian Community Awareness, Inc. $7,500 To purchase a truck to continue providing nutritious hot lunches to under-privileged school children in the North Central Community.
9 SEARCH - Student Energy in Action for Regina Community Health, Inc. $6,000 To provide education to clients on the importance of nutrition in their overall health, as well as provide healthy meals to combat food insecurity in the North Central Community.
10 AIDS Programs South Saskatchewan $5,000 Updates and renovations to service center will enhance the service for drop-in clients and contribute to cost savings and waste reduction. 
11 Regina Transition Women's Society  $5,000 Renovating and refurbishing the living room, den and sunroom in the shelter to create a safe and comfortable environment for clients. 
12 Connaught SCC Playground Committee $2,500 To build and enhance the outdoor play environment for the school and growing family community.
13 McLurg School Community Council $2,500 To upgrade playground equipment used by students and families in the community.
14 Prairie Piecemakers Quilters' Guild $1,500 To provide comfort quilts to women and children experiencing violence, addictions, disabilities and chronic and terminal illnesses.