“Our favourite annual event is back!” Our employees and company look forward to this opportunity every summer. We are so proud to give back to the community that has supported us all these years.” said President & CEO, Michael Micovcin. “Every year we’re stunned by the turn out and generosity of our sponsors and of the people who attend.”
Visit the brewery at 419 2nd Avenue North in Saskatoon from July 10th to July 14th from 7am until 10am. Just $5 will get you pancakes, sausage, a Great Western Red Eye and that special feeling of doing something for a great cause.
The Pancake Breakfast is a combined annual fundraising effort from Great Western Brewing, Potash Corp and Maple Leaf Canada that supports local Saskatchewan charities and not-for-profit organizations. All proceeds from the event are donated to a charity of choice and Potash Corp generously matches all proceeds, up to $10,000.
The Crisis Nursery is a community-based organization operated by the Saskatoon Society for the Protection of Children Inc. They provide a safe haven including nutrition, shelter, recreation, clothing and care for children up to 12 years old whose family is in crisis. The Saskatoon Crisis Nursery is the first of it’s kind in Canada. Each year they provide care to 1,400 children in the community.
Last year’s breakfast raised a record total of $53,033 for Hands On Outreach and Development Centre. Hands On provides clothing, healthy meals and a safe environment that includes activities and healthy entertainment alternatives. Participants have access to books, art and craft supplies, videos, ping pong, billiards, foosball, board games and athletics.