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Two more #BrokersCare grants announced

Posted on March 19, 2021
IBAS announced today it has awarded two additional grants as part of its 2021 #BrokersCare Campaign for Mental Health: $1,250 to the Queen City United Soccer Club to support mental health first aid training for its athletes and coaches, and $1,322 to fund a targeted project at the Westcliffe Community School in the town of Marengo.
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The Insurance Brokers Association of Saskatchewan (IBAS) announced today it has awarded two more grants as part of its 2021 #BrokersCare Campaign for Mental Health, presented in partnership with Wawanesa Insurance.

The Queen City United Soccer Club, based in Regina, received $1,250 to support the virtual delivery of mental health first aid training to its athletes and coaches.

Meanwhile, the Westcliffe Community School, based in the small town of Marengo, which is located 45 kilometres west of Kindersley, received $1,332 to fund an online presentation from Life is Worth Living (LIWL), targeted at grades 4 – 12. LIWL is a grassroots Saskatchewan organization working to reduce the stigma surrounding mental illness and suicide.

The next round of applications will be reviewed April 1. For more information about this funding announcement or the #BrokersCare campaign, please contact:

Kyle Halvorson
Manager, Community Engagement
Insurance Brokers Association of Saskatchewan
Phone: (306) 525-4076
E-mail: kyle.halvorson@ibas.ca