A Place to Feel Empowered
The YWCA Saskatoon’s heart lies in our community and the women we empower every day. We work to nurture the well-being of women, youth, and children in our community through inclusive services and supports.
We are on a mission to support women and double our capacity. Click to learn more and to donate
Show Your Support
Your continued support, sponsorships, donations, and volunteerism helps thousands of women and families in Saskatoon each year. With your help, we provide access to programs, give necessary care and assistance, and share in mutual successes that ripple out to everyone in our community.
The YWCA Saskatoon serves its community on Treaty 6 Territory and the homeland of the Métis.
Treaty 6 includes the ancestral lands of the Nehiyaw and Nehithaw/Cree, Nahkawe/Saulteaux, Stoney, Nakota, and Dakota peoples. We pay our respect to the First Nations and Métis ancestors of this place, and reaffirm our relationship with one another.
In The Community
Hope Lives Here
This $19M Campaign will ensure women, girls and their families are empowered in a safe, equitable community.
YWCA Annual Report
Read YWCA’s 2023 Annual Report
Support Our Shelter Today!
Read the full list of supplies our shelter needs to continue supporting our clients.
2023 July Newsletter
We hope everyone is having a wonderful summer! Keep up to date with what’s new at the YWCA Saskatoon by reading our latest newsletter.
PowerUP offers small business training programs and supports for new and existing women entrepreneurs with one-on-one coaching, business plan training and mentoring.
Join Our Team!
Learn about the latest career opportunities at the YWCA Saskatoon.
“I’m so glad you are here for the women, when they are ready to start healing and to help us move forward. Thank you for your kindness and your support. I thought there was no one who cared but there is. This is a safe, wonderful place for women, children, and youth. Accepting of who you are and when you get here and help you on your journey.”
“The program offers many services that I’ve been able to utilize and apply to my life. I have slowly regained my confidence and my ability to get my life back.”
“I had three goals while I was actively using: sobriety, family, and independence. I feel like I’m now making the most of that.”
“You walk through the door and you feel the sense of community; everyone is so friendly.”