SARC is a provincial association of approximately 100 community-based organizations, dedicated to supporting people within their community to live life to their full potential.
SARC provides services to nonprofit organizations to expand their potential and support the work they do within their communities.
SARC has over five decades of experience in supporting nonprofits in the areas of training, consulting, services, and leadership. With a membership of approximately 100 community-based organizations, we are committed to providing quality services and training opportunities to our membership and beyond.
Persons of all abilities reaching their full potential and enjoying full citizenship.
To provide vision, leadership, and support through advocacy, education and the development of personal and employment opportunities.
We are a fun-loving group of highly-determined people, committed to improving the community around us and the lives of the people within it.
Our work is organized into three divisions, Member Services, SARCAN, and Finance.
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Member Services Team
To provide leadership for the sector and support community-based organizations through training, consulting, and services.
To be a leader in sustainable recycling, environmental protection, and opportunities for people of all abilities.
To provide financial and administrative services in support of SARC’s services and SARCAN Recycling.
SARCAN, a division
of SARC, is a leader
in the recycling
industry in Canada.
SARCAN has a recovery rate of over 85%, bringing in over 450 million containers per year and diverting nearly 43 million pounds of material from Saskatchewan landfills annually.
Some SARCAN Recycling depots across the province are operated by SARC Members while others are operated directly by SARCAN.
Visit sarcan.ca to learn more and find your local SARCAN depot.
We would like to acknowledge that the land on which we operate our business is on Treaty 2, Treaty 4, Treaty 6, and Treaty 10 territory.
SARC and SARCAN Recycling pay our respects to the many First Nations whose traditional land encompasses these Treaty lands, including the Cree, Saulteaux, Assiniboine, Anishanabek, Dene, and Dakota as well as the traditional Homeland of the Métis people.