Our mission is to empower vulnerable Youth.
Every child deserves a roof overhead that truly feels like a welcoming family home.
Serving this Community for over 20 years, Street Culture Project has developed a large and varied programming schedule, aimed around the unifying purpose of keeping our children safe, happy, healthy, and growing into the bright futures that should be the birth right of every child in this city. Together, with the support of so many others, we’ve managed to protect, comfort, heal, nurture, entertain, and support hundreds of Regina’s at risk youth. We’ve watched an entire generation of kids grow into successful and fulfilled adults. Have a look at some of the programs we’ve been running to realize that gift, and please consider supporting your favourite program. Help us raise the next 20 years worth of bright shining stars here in the Queen City. It feels pretty great.
Cassie was born in Saskatoon and raised in Swift Current, SK. She attended SIAST and earned her diploma in Health Information Management and, later on, a certification in PROSCI (Change Management). Currently, she works in the healthcare industry as a management consultant. Cassie joined the SCP Board of Directors in September 2020 and is passionate about volunteering in the community. In her spare time, Cassie likes to hang out with her dogs, spend time with family and friends, and, if the weather is nice, hit the beach and relax.
Favourite Quote: “Getting over a painful experience is much like crossing monkey bars. You have to let go at some point in order to move forward.” C.S. Lewis
Fun Fact: Cassandra has broken every toe (on both feet) at least once!
Principal Prairies Health | Accenture
Randine is a member of the Little Black Bear First Nation, raised in the Balcarres and Fort Qu’Appelle area. She obtained a BSW from the University of Regina and worked in the nonprofit industry before moving to government. She has experience in front-line child welfare, facilitation, crisis intervention, and project management, and she currently works for the Government of Canada. Randine loves being involved with the community and has a passion for working with children, youth and families, which makes her a perfect fit for SCP! In her spare time, Randine likes to refinish furniture, take on tiny renovation projects, and spend time with friends and family.
Favourite Quote: “Generosity is giving more than you can, and pride is taking less than you need” Kahlil Gibran
Fun Fact: Randine is meticulous and thorough. She ran QCM half marathon twice to ensure that she did not really enjoy running, and is contemplating signing up again, just to be really, really sure.
Government Of Canada
Mari was born in Regina, Saskatchewan and spent time in Lesotho, South Africa as a child. She is passionate about people and learning about equity, diversity, and inclusion. Mari has a Masters in Educational Psychology and a Bachelor of Arts, double majoring in Sociology and Religious Studies. She also has training in Portfolio and Change Management practices. Mari has worked in many different fields and has experience in marketing, policy, project management, and leadership.
Favourite Quote: “Be yourself; everyone else is already taken” Oscar Wilde
Executive Director | Status Of Women Office
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SCP is growing, and we need your help. We want to hear your ideas, and we want you by our side as we continue to change lives through our work. If you are interested in helping the community, this is your chance. Download the application and apply today!