GGP hosted four Covid-19 vaccination clinics that resulted in 900 doses of vaccine delivered to refugee and immigrant clients. Not only were they highly efficient, these clinics were joyful events for all.
Watch, hear, and read about GGP’s impact in our 2020-2021 Annual Report!
Breaking Ground was essential for me to meet people, make friends, and have fun in the meantime. It also helped me understand how the Canadian job market works and how […]
Since knocking on our door after relocating from Toronto, Eilish got to know Saskatoon alongside our clients. For four years, she’s helped with several GGP programs and been a sounding board for newcomers’ ideas, plans, and pivots.
Debbie came to GGP two years ago after assisting a newcomer family at her church. Since then, Debbie has become a mentor and friend to several clients. With Debbie’s help, clients prep for IELTS and Canadian citizenship exams, do ESL homework, and navigate bureaucracy
Our staff understand immigrants and refugees because many of us are immigrants and refugees. Learn about where GGP staff come from and the languages we speak.
Hear from GGP’s founder and Executive Director Belma Podrug on how GGP has maintained a close-knit staff for over two decades.
Hear from GGP staff Sol, Satanai, and Nga about transitioning from clients and volunteers to employees.
FFF provides opportunities to create social connections, learn about our city’s facilities, and explore new local activities that newcomers may not otherwise find or access.
Volunteers have a key role in building bridges between newcomers and the wider Saskatoon community.