Giving back to the communities we serve is a full-time job. We’re proud to support over 1,500 community groups. We support these groups by volunteering our time, by providing sponsorships and by promoting their events and programs on AccessNow TV.
Access Children's Fund
The Children's Fund has donated over $2.0 million to various local children's charities and non-profit organizations across Saskatchewan.
Access TV Bingo is the major fundraising initiative for the Access Communications Children's Fund and with a prize board of $5,000 - $10,000 each week.
We feel strongly about giving back to local youth who volunteer their time to improve their communities.
AccessNow TV is a window into the communities we serve. Our motto “Local Matters” describes both our program offering and captures our passionate approach towards it.
Part of being Canadian is learning to skate and the Access Communications Children's Fund learn-to-skate and leisure rink is here to help!
Access Communications employees and community volunteers patrol the streets on Halloween evening as a safe contact in case children need help while trick-or-treating.
Access Water Park
Access Communications Water Park includes awesome features found in very few similar-facilities located in the prairies and is a draw for families not only in Yorkton, but the entire Parkland Area.
Access Show N Shine
The Access Communications Community Park is the gathering place for hundreds of antique, classic and vintage vehicles and motorcycles each Labour Day Monday.
Regina Food Drive
Access Communications is a proud sponsor of the Annual Regina Food Bank Drive that takes place in Regina every October.
Access Communications is a major supporter of the United Way across Saskatchewan.
Salvation Army Luncheon
Access Communications support of the Salvation Army includes an annual fundraising luncheon hosted by our co-operative's staff.
Volunteer With AccessNow TV
Ever wonder what goes into making your favourite television show? Volunteer with AccessNow TV.
That's the co-operative way. See our most recent community report.
A holiday season tradition returns, hosted live by the Rotary Clubs of Regina.
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