Services to Community

By: Regina Centre Progress Club  09-12-2011

SERVICES TO THE COMMUNITY

The following organizations currently receive funding from CPC – Regina Centre. 

Camp Circle O' Friends (CCOF)
Camp Circle O'Friends is a special four-day camp for children whose lives have been affected by cancer. This camp is located on the shores of Lake Diefenbaker and is attended by approximately 100 campers from around the province each year.  This organization is the major recipient of funds from CPC-Regina Centre and has been the focus of the club's fund-raising activities for over 17 years. 


Canadian Cancer Society
Contributions to the Canadian Cancer Society have been primarily in the form of funding to renovate the auditorium at the Cancer Society headquarters in Regina.  This room is available to many non-profit groups including the three Regina Progress Clubs. It is also used for training sessions for volunteers of the Canadian Cancer Society.


Inner-City Schools Lunch Program
This program is organized by both the Separate and Public School Boards of Regina and supports lunch programs in inner-city schools in Regina.


Regina Therapeutic Riding Association (RTRA)
The RTRA was formed in 1992 and is a non-profit organization that provides qualified instruction in therapeutic riding and horsemanship to children and adults with physical or mental challenges. 


Raise a Reader
This foundation supports literacy programs in Regina and in the southern part of the province.


Pediatric Outpatient Unit – Regina General Hospital
This unit provides a number of outpatient services to children in the Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region.


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