40 Years of Haven Kids' House 50/50

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50/50 Prize, up to a maximum of $5,000.

Draw Date December 1st!


It’s our Birthday!

Haven Kids’ House has offered safety and support for kids during a family crisis for 40 years!

We are having a birthday party!
Join us on Saturday, October 14, 2023 from 12pm until 4pm for an open house at Haven Kids’ House, 1020 Victoria Ave.

Kids staying here will be off site having fun with staff to protect their privacy.

We invite all our donors and community supporters to come for a tour and share some food. We will have BBQ burgers, snacks and cake. Help us celebrate 40 years of supporting families!  

Board Member

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Haven Kids' House, formerly Saskatoon Crisis Nursery, is a home away from home for children age 0-12 whose families are in crisis or have no safe alternatives when they need respite.

Our cozy ten-bed home is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Parents can be certain that their kids will be safe and cared for while they work hard to get back on their feet.

Haven Kids' House provides a free service to all Saskatoon and area families in crisis.

Haven Family Support focuses on maintaining the family unit and the well-being of children through enhancing family wellness and reuniting children in care with their families.

We go directly into homes and assist families with child development and improving parenting skills and confidence, so that the parents can be successful and kids can be kids. We work with over 300 families a year.

The Indigenous Family Wellness program aims to support the cultural journey of Indigenous families in Saskatchewan through teaching cultural knowledge and increasing access to supports.

By bringing together the Indigenous community to work towards holistic healing, we want to support families on their cultural journey and help reduce the number of Indigenous children in care. Families belong together. Through community and individual programs. we build on family resilience, centering our traditional Indigenous teachings which create a healthy foundation for parenting.