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C o r p o r a t e S o c i a l R e s p o n s i b i l i t y
Sponsorship
Sharing Success is a fundamental value of SIGA. In fact, the guiding principle of Wîtaskêwin
speaks to the importance of giving back to the community. Throughout the year, SIGA and its
casinos invest over $1.3M through its community relations sponsorship to both First Nations
and Non-First Nations organizations, registered charitable and non-profit groups. Enhancing the
quality of life for the physically, socially and economically disadvantaged individuals and families
are the foundation for SIGA’s community relations sponsorship program. Eligible sectors:
Sponsorships by sector
Targeted
Achieved
Education/Training/Health
20%
20%
Elders/Youth
20%
23%
Employment/Business/Tourism
25%
27%
First Nations Culture/Tradition
20%
16%
Sports and Recreation
15%
14%
20%
14%
23%
27%
16%
Education/Training/Health
Elders/Youth
Employment/Business/Tourism
First Nations Culture/Tradition
Sport/Recreation
Saskatchewan First Nations Summer Games
First Nations University Memorial Tipi
SIGA Enchanted Forest (supporting
Saskatoon Zoo/Saskatoon City Hospital)
First Nations University of Canada Powwow
Regina Aboriginal Kin Club
Saskatchewan Epilepsy Inc.
North Independent Living Centre Inc.
Lisa Rendall Golf Classic
Parkland Regional College
Saskatchewan Conservation
Learning Centre Inc.
Swift Current Agriculture and
Exhibition Association
PAGC Urban Services Centre Inc.
P.A. Parkland Health Region –
Mental Health
Kambusters Racing Association Inc.
Chief Whitecap John Lake Bridging 125
Beardy’s Midget “AAA” Blackhawks
Canoe Lake Cree Nation
Beauval Minor Sports and Recreation
File Hills Qu’Appelle Tribal Council
2007 Treaty Four Gathering
Flying Dust Youth and Disabled
Wish Foundation
Makwa Sahgaiehcan First Nation
Hand Game Tournament
Examples of SIGA’s giving include, but are not limited to the following: