The pandemic impacts older adults particularly hard. Measures to keep them safe also puts them at risk for social isolation, a serious threat to health and wellness.
Donate today! You can help help SCOA keep seniors connected to their friends, family and the community. Your donations help SCOA provide programs and services to support older adults stay connected, active, engaged and informed. You also help build a better future for older adults in age-friendly communities where everyone is valued, regardless of age. 

How to donate to the Saskatoon Council on Aging :

  • Online: Canada Helps – Donate securely and safely with Canada Helps.
    Did you know – for your convenience, you may set up monthly or recurring donations with Canada Helps?
  • By Phone – 306.652.2255, pay with credit card
  • By Mail – Send cheques to Saskatoon Council on Aging, 2020 College Drive, Saskatoon, SK S7N 2W4
  • In person – We are located at the Saskatoon Field House, 2020 College Drive, Saskatoon. Cash, cheques or credit cards are accepted. Our office hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday to Friday. [closed from 12 noon to 1 p.m.]
  • Planned Giving – If you would you like to learn more about leaving a gift through your Will or estate plan to support the work of the SCOA please contact June or Virginia at 306-652-2255 or email admin AT
Saskatoon Council on Aging - Sophie Foster
Sophie Foster

Sophie Foster, who turned 106 on October 29, 2020, learned to use technology to enrich her own life and the lives of others. An active member of the Saskatoon Council on Aging Century Club, Sophie is committed to education and lifelong learning. In the mid-1990s, Sophie was introduced to the world of computers by her grandchildren. She began her technology journey with a second hand computer and moved up to an Apple iPad that she could take with her. She tried out many different things with her device; including downloading audio books from the library. She also transitioned from typing letters to sending emails. Email remains her means of communication with family members. 

“If you live to be over 100 like I did, there’s always things I could be learning.”

The Saskatoon Council on Aging is a registered charitable organization for income tax purposes.
CRA BN/Registration Number:130735756RR0001