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Circle Project Council and Staff would like to thank Indigenous Christian Fellowship (ICF) for sharing one of their donations with us, a trash/recycling bin. This will come in handy when we move to Circle Project’s Community and Cultural Hub. Thank you ICF!

On September 30, 2021, in recognition of the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation and Orange shirt day, Torchy’s Sport Imaging will be donating the profits from the sale of all orange shirts purchased through this link: ORANGE SHIRT SALE from now until September 17, 2021. Funds will be used for the development of Circle Project’s Community & Cultural Hub.

The orange shirts are worn to commemorate the Residential School experience, to witness and honour the healing journey of the survivors and their families and to commit to the ongoing process of reconciliation.  This year, with the ongoing location of the unmarked graves at former Residential Schools, the orange shirts have become a unifying way for all Canadians to come together and share that “all children matter”. Please consider purchasing a shirt and wearing it on September 30.

The Circle Project office will be closed for Labour Day on Monday, September 6, 2021. If you have any questions or concerns, please email or call 306-347-7515 and leave a message. We will return your inquiry when we resume services on Tuesday, September 7, 2021 at 8:30 a.m.

Circle Project’s Council and Staff would like to thank Eliza Daniels for the beautiful donation of three pieces of artwork that we look forward to hanging in our new building for everyone to see. Thank you Eliza!


Thank you to Tanner and the team from Munz Media who came to our new building to take photos of the construction progress. The beautiful bouquet of flowers to celebrate our one year anniversary of working together was such a nice surprise.

Circle Project’s Council, Staff and children would like to thank National Tire Distributors and Ward Tire Craft for the donation of new tires for our van. This thoughtful gift will be put to good use in continuing our community work. Thank you!



Have you had a chance to check out Circle Project’s 2021 Annual Report? We have got some great information on what we’ve been up to this year. You can also read up on all that’s happening with Circle Project’s Community and Cultural Hub!

Circle Project’s Annual Report 2021

Through the “All That Kids Can Be” focus area, United Way Regina continues to empower Circle Project to positively impact the lives of the many Indigenous children and parents that we serve in the community. United Way Regina works hard to help us provide opportunities for children to succeed in school so that one day they will lead our community into a safe and prosperous future.

Circle Project’s Council, Staff and Families would like to thank United Way Regina for their continued support of the Circle Project, the Children’s Centre and the Infant & Toddler Centre. Through this vital partnership we are able to continue to make a positive impact on the lives of the children and parents who participate in our Cultural Connections for Kids program.



Picture 1 – “I am making flowers for the United Way. Thank you.” Elva

Picture 2 – “My sister’s and me say thank you United Way.” Maria

Picture 3 – “My Spongebob says thank you.” Logan

Congratulations again to Valerie Livingstone and thanks for stopping by yesterday to pick up your 50/50 prize in support of the Circle Project Community and Cultural Hub. Watch our social media for the announcement of our next 50/50 fundraiser.

Circle Project Council and Staff would like to thank the Royal Bank Foundation for their donation towards the creation of Circle Project’s Community and Cultural Hub. With this donation we will be one step closer to our new home in the North Central community. Thank you!