Payments & Donations

» Guild Donations

How to Donate:

  • Mail cheque or money order to:

Saskatchewan Writers' Guild
Box 3986
Regina, SK S4P 3R9

  • Donations can be made through PayPal

Tax receipts will be issued for all donations (annually before the end of February the following year.)

Andrew Suknaski Writers' Assistance Fund (WAF)
When members of the Saskatchewan Writers' Guild develop an urgent and immediate need (not connected to writing) that requires financial support, they are able to apply for emergency assistance through the Writers' Assistance Fund. Founded by senior writers in the Guild and supported by member donations, the fund is administered by the Executive Director and a committee of the SWG.

Writers/Artists Retreats
For nearly thirty years, the Saskatchewan Writers and Artists Retreat has served thousands of Saskatchewan and Canadian writers and artists by providing a quiet refuge where creative people can come together and practice their craft. This program of the Saskatchewan Writers' Guild provides uninterrupted working time along with opportunities for thought-provoking exchange of ideas after working hours and at mealtimes.

Patricia Armstrong Fund

This fund supports bringing writers to rural areas of the province to conduct workshops.

SWG General Fund

Donations to the SWG General operations fund helps provide programming where and as needed. Funds can also help purchase equipment, such as cameras, photocopier, fax machine, and other necessities to ensure smooth running operations .

If you would like to donate to the Writers' Assistance Fund, you can choose a PayPal option below or you can send a cheque or money order to the Guild office at the following address:

Saskatchewan Writers' Guild
PO Box 3986
Regina, SK  S4P 3R9


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For more information contact the Saskatchewan Writers' Guild at or 306.791.7740.
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