The Emerald League is an exclusive group within the Saskatchewan Roughrider Foundation that works to support and accomplish the goals of the Foundation within Rider Nation. Not every child in Saskatchewan has access to programs that can help them find the path, the inspiration, and the confidence to succeed. Many feel alone, afraid, and uncertain about the future. The Emerald League was created to provide these necessary programs to vulnerable youth in Saskatchewan.
A History of Helping
Since 2019, the Saskatchewan Roughrider Foundation has provided a focus on supporting the youth and communities in Saskatchewan through the passion of the fans with the Saskatchewan Roughriders. The Foundation seeks to elevate the Emerald League as a force for positive change for Saskatchewan youth through health, safety, and education. In previous years of the Emerald League’s financial support to the Foundation, we were able to plan and execute a North Saskatchewan Football League visit to the Mosaic Stadium in June 2022. Moving forward, the Emerald League now supports the Game Changer’s Mental Wellness project, coming soon this fall.
Come Join Us
The Emerald League is the Foundation’s exclusive opportunity for women leaders within Rider nation to help make that happen… one yard at a time. Emerald League membership is limited to 110 members – representing each year of the Riders’ existence – and requires an annual donation of $1,200 (income tax receipt provided).
Participants enjoy exclusive engagement opportunities, the opportunity to network with other female leaders, and the pride in helping Saskatchewan youth lead healthy and active lifestyles. The Foundation operates its own initiatives, such as Rider Reading Program, Grow the Game, Game Changers, and provides support to worthwhile others, such as KidSport, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital Foundation, mâmawêyatitân Centre, and the Northern Saskatchewan Football League. If you are interested in joining the Emerald League, or have further questions, please reach out to:
Phone: (306) 569-2323