Saskatchewan Heritage Foundation
NOTE: Grant deadlines have changed!
Who We Are
The Saskatchewan Heritage Foundation provides grants to individuals, community groups, municipalities and corporations working to preserve our heritage. The Foundation was established as a Crown agency on February 18, 1991, through an act of the Legislature and is governed by a board of directors appointed by the Lieutenant Governor in Council.
How We Help
The Foundation invests in communities across the province through our grant programs. We also have a series of useful publications to help get your restoration project started. You may also be interested in initiatives we have funded in the past.
We imagine a future in which Saskatchewan residents are engaged and aware of the value of heritage in contributing to sustainable communities and a richer sense of place. Through meaningful and strategic investment in the heritage resources of Saskatchewan, the Saskatchewan Heritage Foundation motivates a collaborative approach to heritage conservation that heightens understanding and appreciation of our diverse heritage. The connection between heritage, community identity, pride and quality of life is embraced. Our vision is realized through strong private and public partnerships.
The Saskatchewan Heritage Foundation’s mission is to foster conservation of the heritage resources that embody Saskatchewan’s heritage for the benefit of present and future generations.