Welcome to the official webpage of Ukrainian National Federation Saskatoon branch!

Our organization is a registered non-profit and non-denominational group dedicated to promoting and supporting Ukrainian culture and heritage.

What we’ve been up to…

Since Russia’s annexation of Crimea in 2014, UNF Saskatoon has been actively involved in supporting Ukraine by donating funds and medical supplies to the Ukrainian military hospitals. Our commitment to this cause has only grown stronger since Russia’s full-blown invasion by partnering with Ukrainian Patriot. Ukrainian Patriot is an organization that provides medical aid and support to those affected by the ongoing conflict in Ukraine. The organization was founded in response to the critical need for medical aid in Ukraine, and it has since become a vital source of support for those in need.

UNF Saskatoon is proud to support Ukrainian Patriot and their efforts to provide medical aid to Ukraine. We have partnered with Ukrainian Patriot to distribute medical aid to those in need, and we believe that their work is making a significant impact on the lives of many Ukrainians. For more information on Ukrainian Patriot and their work, visit ukrainianpatriot.org.

UNF Saskatoon demonstrated its dedication to supporting Ukraine by partnering with both the Ukrainian and non-Ukrainian communities to send an ambulance to Ukraine. The project was a collaborative effort that involved members from all backgrounds coming together to support a common cause. The ambulance was fully equipped with medical supplies and equipment and was intended to provide critical medical aid to those affected by the ongoing conflict in Ukraine.

The project was a significant accomplishment for our organization and would not have been possible without the support of the community. It was heartening to see members of the Ukrainian and non-Ukrainian communities come together to support this initiative. The project was an excellent example of how communities can work together to make a positive impact on the world.

We are proud of our contribution to Ukraine’s healthcare system and are committed to continuing our support for the country and its people. We believe that by working together, we can achieve great things and make a difference in the world.

How we raise funds…

Our primary source of revenue is the Ukrainian Day in the Park festival in Saskatoon, where we serve food to thousands of people during the festival. Our proceeds go towards funding support for Ukraine. This event has become a beloved tradition in Saskatoon, and we are honored to play a role in preserving and celebrating Ukrainian culture.

In addition to our support of Ukraine, UNF Saskatoon is also a member of the Ukrainian Canadian Congress Saskatchewan Provincial Council. We greatly appreciate the settlement services that UCC Saskatchewan provides to displaced Ukrainians and are proud to be a part of this community.


Executive Positions

UNF Saskatoon has four executive positions: President, Vice-president, Treasurer, and Secretary. The President oversees the organization’s activities and provides guidance to its members. The Vice-president supports the President and acts as their proxy in their absence. The Treasurer manages the organization’s finances, ensuring that all funds are allocated appropriately. The Secretary takes minutes of meetings and manages communication with the members.

We also have a General Council that anyone can join to begin getting involved with our organization. The General Council provides members with the opportunity to participate in UNF Saskatoon’s activities, share their ideas, and contribute to the organization’s growth.

Thanks for Stopping by!

Thank you for visiting our webpage, and please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or would like to get involved with our organization. We look forward to hearing from you and working together to support Ukrainian culture and heritage.





145 Evans Ave.
Toronto, Ontario – M8Z5X8
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