Angelina has been spending time at the Friendship Inn for years, connecting deeply with the staff and being encouraged. “Today I see myself as a changed person. I am happy to be alive today.”
On April 30, 2015 at the Roxy Theatre people of Riversdale gathered to dream about a future than includes everyone. Executive Director Sandra Stack was one of the twelve presenters
Jim came to see me at my desk. He comes to say “hi” on a regular basis and is constantly making sure the office staff have everything they need. He brings us the paper to read, or lets us know when volunteer groups arrive. The photo above is from when he bought flowers for our… Read More
Congratulations to Francois Polsfut on the successful completion of your University of Regina Bachelor of Indigenous Social Work, Indian Institute of Technology. Francois came to the Friendship Inn as a practicum student, then continued as a staff member while he finished his degree. The Friendship Inn team is so proud of his accomplishment. … Read More
This spring the Friendship Inn and Family Services Saskatoon partnered up to offer a new parenting course for grandparents who find themselves as the primary caregiver. The participants are finding both support as well as information in the weekly class held at the Friendship Inn. CBC news did a profile of the class.
Thank you for taking a moment to hear a few of the Stories from the Inn. Executive Director Sandra Stack asked a few guests and staff to shared their stories on camera, so others could understand why she’s inspired by the transformations experienced.
Executive Director, Sandy Stack and Volunteer Coordinator, Amy Bratton, had a chance to sit down with guest and friend, Half Moon, when he shared his story. Half Moon started the story a couple years ago, when he moved from Nipawin to Clavet to live with his father; he was working hard as a welder in… Read More