Just like you, DCG cares about enriching people’s lives and strengthening communities.

DCG Philanthropic Services Inc. is a national consulting firm headquartered in Saskatchewan. Our firm specializes in fundraising, sponsorships, research, strategy and communication services to support the needs of clients in the non-profit sector across Canada.

Let’s make a difference, together. 

Our boutique firm provides direct involvement and oversight on all projects by a team of very skilled and dedicated staff. We have significant breadth of experience in every aspect of fundraising and are considered leaders in our sector. DCG’s diverse team is passionate about working ‘hands on’ with organizations like yours to enhance their fund development success. DCG Associates have experience working on campaigns from $500,000 to over $150M, locally, provincially, and across Canada.

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DCG in the Community

Congratulations Harold Empey – Volunteer Extraordinaire!

Congrats to Harold Empey on receiving the Thérèse Casgrain Lifelong Achievement Award, given through Canada’s Volunteer Awards program! His dedication to volunteering has made a big impact on our community.

Check out the StarPhoenix article to learn more about Harold and the many ways he gives back.

Thank you, Harold! You make Saskatoon an even better place!

Photo: Michelle Berg, Saskatoon StarPhoenix

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Congratulations Darlene Brander, new CEO of Wanuskewin!

We congratulate Darlene Brander, the new Chief Executive Officer of Wanuskewin Heritage Park, appointed by the Park’s Elders and Board, after a comprehensive national search.

From a Wanuskewin press release, Darlene is quoted: “As an Indigenous woman, I am honoured to be Wanuskewin’s next CEO and lead an organization where the story of the land and its first people can be shared as a collective narrative. Wanuskewin has been a gathering place for Indigenous peoples for more than 6000 years, and it will continue to be a gathering place for the generations to come. I look forward to working with the staff, Elders and board to honour the Park’s past, thrive in the present and realize the future. I am grateful for the opportunity to serve, and I am humbled to be a part of Wanuskewin Heritage Park.”

Darlene, we know with your leadership, Wanuskewin will complete its Thundering Ahead $40M vision to be Saskatchewan’s first UNESCO site and as the Park prepares for the Summer 2020 grand reveal of its renewal project.

Photo: Wanuskewin Heritage Park

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