Making a difference where it’s needed most


At RBC Dominion Securities, we know that “community” is something we all create. As individuals, families, businesses, and partners, our contributions to our community come back to us in spades, and enrich the lives of everyone in our region. We are always involved in activities, events, and causes that benefit Regina, Estevan, Yorkton, Moose Jaw and Swift Current. Here are a few of the organizations we support.

Canadian Mental Health Association Regina

CMHA Regina Branch provides services and programs that help build individuals’ capacities, contributing to a healthier community.

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Provincial Association of Transition Houses and Services of Saskatchewan (PATHS) is the member association for agencies that provide intimate partner violence services across Saskatchewan.

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Special Olympics Saskatchewan

Special Olympics Saskatchewan is dedicated to enriching the lives of individuals with an intellectual disability through sport.

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Alzheimer Society of Saskatchewan

Offering affordable accommodations for hundreds of families with loved ones receiving care at Kelowna General Hospital.

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Swift Current Community Youth Initiatives

YOUTH OUTREACH through volunteers and staff. COUNSELING, SUPPORT GROUPS & REFERRAL SERVICES for youth and families. 

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Moose Jaw Transition House

The Moose Jaw Transition House has been a respected community agency since 1978, serving the Moose Jaw-South Central Region, providing services to those experiencing interpersonal violence and abuse.

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Hunger in Moose Jaw

Hunger In Moose Jaw is a non-profit, community based, charitable organization that has served the community of Moose Jaw since 1993, created as a direct result of a community initiative to address issues of hunger and poverty.

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Know of a good cause that deserves our attention?


If you know of an organization that is working hard to make our community a better place, we would love to hear about it.

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