Soiree 2015 - Save the Date - September 10th. More info to come.
Please consider joining us for our 39th Annual General Meeting Thursday June 25th. Executive Royal Hotel 4025 Albert Street Solarium 11:30am—1:00pm. Guest Speaker: Jo-Anne Dusel—Provincial Coordinator PATHS. Luncheon $25. Contact Hayley to reserve a seat (306) 757-2096 x2 email@example.com
Regina Transition House would like to thank the staff and students of Mother Theresa Middle School for their inspiring project and donation to our shelter.
December 4, 2014 – Regina Transition Women’s Society, the body that governs Regina Transition House, is happy to announce that the agency has been able to purchase a new mini-van to support ongoing programming at the shelter and through our...
Congratulations to Scotiabank – celebrating the 20th Annual Scotiabank Charity Golf Classic – and a huge thank you from Regina Transition House for their generous donation of $40,000.
Please join us for the 12th Annual Diva's Night Out on October 9th.
Regina Transition House would like to thank the owners of the Curves locations in Regina; Tracy Thompson and Sandra Ellert.
Regina Transition House wishes to acknowledge and thank electrician, Scott Kinkade.
Regina Transition Women’s Society, the body that governs Regina Transition House, is proud to announce that it has been accredited under Imagine Canada’s national Standards Program.
It seems only fitting to house a fundraiser for “the house with heart” in the home of a community-minded Regina family giving from one house with heart to another.
Regina Transition House would like to thank everyone who helped to make our 22nd Annual Soiree a great success.
Thank you to Chris Buzick, Director of Operations at Pro Active Consulting Services LTD. in Regina. Chris generously volunteered his time and expertise to complete a safety audit at Regina Transition House.
Gerard (Social Work practicum student) and Lyndley (Child Counsellor) pose with soup pots and warm blankets purchased with a generous donation from the SK Energy Share the Warmth Foundation. The items were purchased in support of our “Stone Soup” kick-off event.
Regina, SK (February, 2014) – The Mary Kay Ash Charitable Foundation has awarded $100,000 in grants to 10 domestic violence shelters or outreach programs in provinces and territories across Canada. Regina Transition House received one of the $10,000 unrestricted grants to maintain critical services and programs for individuals who are survivors of domestic abuse.
Eleganzia Couture will be hosting a shopping party on Sunday, February 2nd with proceeds going to Regina Transition House. For more details please see link
Click here to read the Winter 2013 newsletter.
A tip of the fascinator and a toss of the boa to Diva Judy Hine, Diva Bonnie Smart and Diva Pat Probyn for their hard work and incredible efforts in making the eleventh Diva’s Night Out so successful.
Thank you Scotiabank! Regina Transition House and the George Reed Foundation were the beneficiaries of the Scotiabank Charity Golf Classic held on the 15th of August 2013.
The 21st Annual Soiree, held on May 30th at the University of Regina President’s Residence, was a great success. Special thanks to our gracious hosts, Dr. Vianne Timmons and Mr. Stuart Mason for opening up their lovely home. Thank you to Friends of Transition House, event sponsors and to all who attended and contributed to this special evening.
Please join us for Regina Transition Women’s Society’s Annual General Meeting Tuesday, 18 June 2013 in the Novea Room, Delta Hotel
An art show and sale will be held at the Delta Regina Hotel, Verdi Ballroom (1919 Saskatchewan Drive) on April 30 and May 1 from 11 am to 9pm and 11 am to 8pm respectively.
Regina Transition House receives additional funding in the 2013-2014 provincial budget to manage costs associated with shelter expansion.
Regina Transition House will be the recipient of remaining funds from the Saskatchewan Southeast Tourism Association as it winds up its operations.
Representatives of the four Regina Women’s Shelters attended the Leader Post to receive the first distribution of funds from the Leader Post Christmas Cheer Fund.
Maria Hendrika, Executive Director of Regina Transition House, received the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal at Government House.
Her Honour the Honourable Vaughn Solomon Schofield the Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan, Patron of Regina Transition House was the guest of honour at Regina Transition House’s Open House held on 23 Oct 2012.
285 Canadians attended the 2nd World Conference of Women’s Shelters February 27 - March 1, 2012 in Washington, DC, along with over 1,300 delegates from 95 countries!
The “Expanding the House with Heart” capital fundraising campaign surpassed the 1 million dollar mark over the Christmas season!
Thank you to the Leader Post Christmas Cheer Fund! Regina Transition House is very grateful to the Leader Post Christmas Cheer Fund and the readers of the Leader Post for their incredible support of Regina shelters this year.
Regina Transition House is very pleased to announce a significant contribution to the shelter’s “Expanding the House with Heart” expansion project from the Government of Canada’s Homelessness Partnering Strategy. This contribution will provide furnishings, appliances, equipment and renovations to the shelter.
Regina Transition House hosted its annual Outreach Christmas party this past weekend at Its a Blast.
RTH would like to thank the following donors: see “Donation to the House With Heart”
RTH Chosen For Leader Post Christmas Cheer Fund
Regina Transition House is honored to once again be chosen as one of four Regina shelters to receive money from this year's Leader Post Christmas Cheer Fund.
Thank you to the Access Children’s Fund! The Access Children’s Fund has donated $10,000 to Regina Transition House for indoor and outdoor play spaces for children. This latest contribution brings us to 78% of our target.
RTH's Christmas Wishlist is now available! Click Here!
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