BUILDING CONFIDENCE, CREATIVITY & CHARACTER BY PROVIDING ACCESS TO MORE THAT MATTERS.

Youth+Us partners are enriching the lives of young people in the communities where we live and work, providing them with access to more opportunities that inspire confidence, creativity, and character. These moments of joy and potential allow these remarkable youth to celebrate diversity, discover what drives them, and develop important life skills – ultimately enhancing mental, physical, and emotional well-being.

Whether through sports, the arts, music, emotional support, or social activities, K+S Potash Canada is proud to share their stories, using their own words to illustrate the impact that our meaningful partnerships have on an entire generation of inspiring, creative, resilient, and talented future leaders.

Safety in a Crisis: Haven Kids’ House

As a parent, ensuring your kids have what they need – even in difficult circumstances – is always at the top of your mind. This is what Zack, a Saskatoon resident and father of two, discovered when he faced a situation that greatly impacted his family.

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Inspiration for a Lifetime: Nathan Makes a Wish

Just eight years old, Nathan is a leukemia survivor with a passion for the majestic animals of the Ice Age. His dreams for science and adventure were filled in the summer of 2022, when the Make-A-Wish Foundation brought his family to Whitehorse for a week-long paleontology trip, full of mammoth bones and amazing memories.

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Straight from the Heart: Rocky’s Wish

7-year-old Rocky has grown up with a deep passion for playing sports like football, ball hockey, and baseball, despite a congenital heart condition. In the summer of 2022, the Make-A-Wish Foundation granted Rocky’s wish: a trip for the entire family to meet the Toronto Blue Jays, throw the first pitch in a game, and be treated to a once-in-a-lifetime VIP experience.

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Building a Lifelong Friendship

In only a year, 9-year-old mentee Brooklyn and her mentor Shaye – matched by Big Brothers Big Sisters – have had plenty of adventures together, building the foundations of a lifelong friendship.

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Safety in a Crisis: Haven Kids’ House

As a parent, ensuring your kids have what they need – even in difficult circumstances – is always at the top of your mind. This is what Zack, a Saskatoon resident and father of two, discovered when he faced a situation that greatly impacted his family.

Read More >

Inspiration for a Lifetime: Nathan Makes a Wish

Just eight years old, Nathan is a leukemia survivor with a passion for the majestic animals of the Ice Age. His dreams for science and adventure were filled in the summer of 2022, when the Make-A-Wish Foundation brought his family to Whitehorse for a week-long paleontology trip, full of mammoth bones and amazing memories.

Read More >

Straight from the Heart: Rocky’s Wish

7-year-old Rocky has grown up with a deep passion for playing sports like football, ball hockey, and baseball, despite a congenital heart condition. In the summer of 2022, the Make-A-Wish Foundation granted Rocky’s wish: a trip for the entire family to meet the Toronto Blue Jays, throw the first pitch in a game, and be treated to a once-in-a-lifetime VIP experience.

Read More >

Building a Lifelong Friendship

In only a year, 9-year-old mentee Brooklyn and her mentor Shaye – matched by Big Brothers Big Sisters – have had plenty of adventures together, building the foundations of a lifelong friendship.

Read More >