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You can make a difference in the Meewasin Valley!

Meewasin is a registered charity and relies significantly on donor support for conservation work, trail development, and community education. There are a variety of ways you can help Meewasin ensure the legacy of the Meewasin Valley is protected. 

To make a general gift to Meewasin, you can click on the above button. If you would like to make a gift to honour a special event or person in your life, you can choose from the options below. Thank you for thinking of Meewasin! If you prefer to speak with someone, please contact Meewasin's Donation Officer at 306-665-6887.

Green Circle

The Green Circle at Meewasin is a monthly giving program which allows you to support the most important conservation, education and trail development work planned for the Meewasin Valley.

The 500 Club

Sign up for Meewasin's "500 Club" and with a gift of $500 a year (which can be given monthly) you will be supporting work in the Meewasin Valley for conservation, the trails network and education.


Honour a special person or event in your life and make a lasting gift to the community. Individuals, families, groups or businesses may sponsor a tree in the Meewasin Valley. Trees are planted and maintained for two years.

Restore Habitat in the Meewasin Valley

Help restore Manny the Meadowlark's habitat in the Meewasin Valley.

Memorial Forest

Help create new habitat where the cycle of life can continue for generations to come. A minimum donation of $100 will go toward the continued preservation of the forest in the river valley.

Brick Program

Leave a lasting mark in Saskatoon for generations with an engraved brick in one of three areas: The Saskatoon Road Runners Seating Node (Diefenbaker Centre, U of S Campus), Saskatoon Community Foundation Plaza at River Landing, or Factoria Seating Node.

Bench/Seating Block

Meewasin Valley Authority wants you to enjoy Saskatoon's incredible river valley. Strategically placed seating areas provide an unbelievable view of the river and Saskatoon's landmarks.

Conservation Easements

Many landowners perform the key role in conserving their land. Some landowners want to preserve their land into the future and, at the same time, receive income tax benefits.


Meewasin has a number of endowment funds named in honor of appreciation for the commitments made to Meewasin.

Planned Giving

There are many ways to provide the legacy of a planned gift.

Corporate Giving

Contact our Fund Development Manager by calling 306-665-6887 to discuss opportunities to get involved with Meewasin today.