Saskatchewan Archery Association Scholarship Fund
With the support of archers from across Saskatchewan, a scholarship fund was established to assist athletes to continue to meet both their sport and academic goals. From multiple applications, the SAA proudly awards a $500.00 scholarship to one of Saskatchewan’s youth archers going on to pursue a post secondary education. 
We would like to build a fund that will sustain supporting more than one youth archer as they go on to pursue their dreams through education and to do this we need your support.

Cash donations are always welcome but you can also make a qualifying donation in the following ways:

- Include youth archers in your will or trust (just be sure to stipulate that the proceeds should go to the Saskatchewan Archery Association scholarship fund and, of course, let us know);

- Naming the Saskatchewan Archery Association as a beneficiary of part or all of an insurance policy;

- Real property such as stocks, bonds or real estate (you may be able to avoid paying income tax on the appreciation of those assets); or

- A pledge that is spread over a period of time can also qualify for matching.

All donations made part of the National Sports Trust Fund are tax-deductible and acknowledged by the Saskatchewan Archery Association Inc.

We encourage those of you who have benefited from sport or those who believe in the value of sport to give something back to current and future generations.

Available to SAA youth members ages 17-21 as of January 1st yearly.

Detailed Scholarship Criteria and Application  approved by the Board of Directors - Scholarship Committee September 2013.


National Sport Trust Fund Guidelines and Procedures Manual for Amateur Sport Orgnizations in Saskatchewan.

Grow your Gift !! Sport Legacy Fund Incentives from Sask Sport


Donations by cheque can be made out to National Sport Trust Fund

Forward Donation form and cheque to:

National Sport Trust Fund
1870 Lorne Street
Regina, SK
S4P 2L7
Tax receipts will be issued and mailed to the donor in
January of the following taxation year.

Donors that would prefer their receipts earlier can indicate their request on the donor form.

A minimum $20 donation is required in order to receive a tax receipt.

RCAAA Tax # 88938 6868 RR0001


2013 SAA Scholarship (in memory of  long time member and Director on the SAA board, Gib Henderson) awarded to Connor Sorley

2014 SAA Scholarship - awarded to Karly Richmond

2015 SAA Scholarship - awarded to Keegan Parsons

2016 SAA Scholarship - awarded to Sydney Clark

2017 SAA Scholarship - awarded to Lindsay Cannon

2018 SAA Scholarship - awarded to Madison Hart

Online Giving now available.
Your support of Saskatchewan's youth archers is appreciated.