supporting WOMEN FOR 40 YEARS!

On January 12th, 1976, Regina Transition House opened its doors and offered, for the first time in Regina, a safe refuge for women and children fleeing violence. 

Regina Transition House has assisted over 14,000 women and children during its 40 years of operation.  While many things have changed for the better, women and children are still fleeing their homes because of interpersonal violence.  It is an unfortunate fact that Saskatchewan has the highest rate of reported domestic assaults of all the Canadian provinces.  

One thing that has not changed is the support Regina Transition House has received from people in our community.  We are able to provide safety and support services to hundreds of women and children each year because of the generous contributions of our funders and our supporters. 

In honour of this milestone year, Regina Transition House is launching a new fundraising campaign -People in the community can make a difference in the lives of women and children in our community by making a one-time donation of $40.

House with Heart Capital Campaign

In recent years, the Regina Transition House launched a major capital campaign to help more people.  The goal of the campaign was to raise funds to expand the shelter and complete key renovations.