Administration Centre Services
SaskCulture members can access a wide range of services through the Administration Centre for Sport, Culture and Recreation. Services include: board rooms rentals, mail and printing services, accounting services, fax machine and photocopying, rent/storage, courier and telephone services, video conferenceing, and LCD projector and laptop rental.
SaskCulture offers a bonding program to its qualifying members. The Bonding Program offers coverage against claims of up to $100,000 annually, which result directly from one or more dishonest or fraudulent acts committed by an employee or volunteer.
Tri-Global Group Benefits and Pension Plan
In conjunction with its tri-global partners, SaskCulture administers a group benefits and pension plan for SaskCulture, and its member organizations’ employees. SaskCulture and its member organization enrolled in the Administration Centre’s payroll services can have their pension and benefits automatically deducted through payroll.
Liability Insurance Program
SaskCulture offers a reduced rate liability insurance, through Henderson Insurance, which is available only to eligible provincial cultural organizations.
For a description of liability coverages provided through Henderson Insurance, please click here.
Reduced Rates for Hotel and Car Rental
SaskCulture organization members are eligible for SaskCulture rates at designated hotels in Regina and Saskatoon, as well as discounts from Enterprise Rent-A-Car on car rentals in Saskatchewan.
Cultural Human Resource Council – Complimentary Associate Membership
Through SaskCulture’s Organizational Plus membership, SaskCulture members have a direct connection to the national Cultural Human Resource Council designed to support the cultural workforce.
Professional Development and Resources
SaskCulture Annual Gathering
Annually, SaskCulture brings together members of Saskatchewan’s diverse cultural community to showcase cutting-edge ideas, provide professional development opportunities, share success stories and best practices, and network with others in the community. Members receive special registration rates.
SaskCulture listens to member organizational needs and aims to provide key capacity-building resources, either through hosting or promoting professional development sessions, providing networking opportunities, highlighting emerging issues and linking to online resources. SaskCulture holds regular consultation sessions that incorporate professional development opportunities. SaskCulture is currently embarking on a series of communication network opportunities for member groups.
SaskCulture has collected many different resources designed to build capacity and help run successful cultural organizations. Some resources are designated soley for members.
Human Resource Support
SaskCulture continues to provide basic support to meet the needs of cultural organizations, particularly those funded through the Culture Section of the Saskatchewan Lotteries Trust Fund.
Networking and Communications
Held at different times of the year and at different locations, Member Consultations offer an opportunity for members and others in the cultural community to meet SaskCulture Board members, share ideas and discuss issues of concern.
SaskCulture Annual General Meeting (AGM)
The SaskCulture AGM highlights the work of the organization and gives voting members the opportunity to elect a Board of Directors.
SaskCulture’s weekly electronic newsletter now reaches a network of over 1,000 organizations. Members receive E-Update directly.
SaskCulture works with its members to be a voice for culture in the province. Different events and strategies are planned to help inform key decision-makers about the value of culture in Saskatchewan.
SaskCulture Membership Directory
Each year, SaskCulture publishes a print and online Membership Directory. The Membership Directory is available online and is also distributed to key target groups in the province.