Community Involvement

ACT audiovisual has always been a supporter of mental health initiatives.  Community Involvement & Social Justice are primary concerns for responsible companies in Western Society.  Accordingly, we have chosen to focus our charitable time, energy, and resources to causes surrounding mental health, as well as children’s and First Nations health initiatives.  The most significant hurdle yet to be overcome in western society; ACT audiovisual donates significant resources every year towards mental health initiatives, sponsors friends and partners in advancement of their quests to tackle these issues, and every year our team members, their families and friends donate countless hours in support of these causes. We would like to thank every one of our clients and likewise our vendors and partners for their ongoing support as every time you choose to utilize our services, you are supporting these causes as well.  This page showcases some of those efforts.

This conference will feature the impacts of trauma on individuals, families, the workplace and the community. This includes presentations from agencies and trauma experts addressing trauma and bringing awareness and education to the mainstream society.

The Knights of Columbus Raised $70,000 for the Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital Foundation on Sunday. All the money coming straight from the community.

“The hard work of your knights, your families, friends, neighbours and the businesses throughout Saskatchewan have made this truly your Children’s Hospital.” said Brynn Boback-Lane, Children’s Hospital Foundation president and CEO.

Gatsby Night raises money for our Family Programs. These programs support autistic children and youth by offering specialized recreational activities and therapeutic programs (which they couldn’t access in typical settings). They provide “real-world” experience for autistic individuals to build social skills and develop peer relationships. Additional staff supports help them learn to navigate and succeed in settings that could be challenging for them, which helps build their confidence and capacity. By purchasing a ticket you will be supporting these children and youth.

The annual “Warman Home Centre Car Show” is Warman Home Centre’s largest community event of the year. For the past 10 years, Warman Home Centre has hosted it’s Car Show in support of Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital of Saskatchewan (JPCHF).

Money raised through raffle tickets, a 50/50 draw, and collecting donations from a BBQ lunch. All proceeds are donated to JPCHF.

Silence & secrets around Domestic Violence and Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) are filling our newsfeeds with individuals who have been killed by their partners. Some of these individuals were our community members, co-workers or employees

This conference will feature the impacts of domestic violence and intimate partner violence on the workplace and community. This includes presentations from community-based organizations, as well as government agencies, and human resource experts. Addressing domestic violence and intimate partner violence and bringing awareness and education to the mainstream society.

2017 Ignite The Life Youth Suicide Prevention Rally.

Suicide affects us all. No part of our society is immune.

In 2016 it became clear that the youth in Northern Saskatchewan are in crisis. As a community and a province we must step up to offer support, resources and to listen. The Ignite the Life Youth Rally will take place in Saskatoon on Feb 2-3, 2017. This two day interactive event will be free to attend for at risk youth in Saskatchewan.