About the Saskatchewan Nonprofit Partnership
The Saskatchewan Nonprofit Partnership (SNP) is an unincorporated partnership that began with a small group of Sask-based nonprofit professionals to work towards improving awareness of the impact of the sector in Saskatchewan, enhancing its efforts and reducing its challenges.
The people around SNP’s strategic table are all about creating space for big ideas and innovative approaches to issues faced within the sector. And, always strive to ensure there is a provincial focus, which is inclusive and relevant to all nonprofit organizations regardless of size, scope and location. SNP is a vehicle to share knowledge within the sector – through interpretation and analysis of research, and by providing timely, meaningful data on perceptions and trends within the sector. Our goal is to be representative of the sector – a credible resource and a knowledge hub of opportunity and support for those working and volunteering in nonprofits.
Our mission is to benefit the nonprofit sector through research, networking, public awareness, sector strategy development and thought leadership. Our long-term vision is that the nonprofit sector is widely recognized as a fundamental and essential contributor to Saskatchewan’s success.
Through a collaborative approach to its work, SNP supports you and your organization with information and learning for new leaders, opportunities for mentoring, and research about trends in the sector. It provides a pipeline to help manage some of the challenges that we all face working “in the nonprofit trenches.”
Senior leaders of the following organizations serve as members:
Oct 2021 - SNP Resource Roundup
July 2021 - SNP Resource Roundup
April 2021 - SNP Resource Roundup
Feb 2021 - SNP Resource Roundup
Oct 2020 - Emergency Community Support Fund
Jun 2020 - Canada Student Service Grant Launch
Ap 2020 - Sask Nonprofits & COVID-19: Impact Summary Report
Mar 2020 - Using VolunteerConnector amid COVID-19
Mar 2020 - Sask Nonprofit Summit & Report on Volunteers in Saskatchewan
Feb 2020 - New VolunteerConnector updates and resources!