How to Help During COVID-19

For those with the capacity to support others right now

First, a reminder that washing your hands, staying home when you can, physical distancing, and keeping yourself and your own family safe and healthy are the most important ways we can all be helping right now. But we know some of you have extra capacity and want to be able to do something more. So we’ve compiled this list of Regina-based organizations who are seeking donations and/or volunteers to help with their COVID-19 response efforts.

Carmichael Outreach is accepting donations of food, toiletries, pet food, personal protective equipment, and money. For non-financial donations, bring them in person (1510 12th Ave.) on Mondays between 9 and 2. Donate funds online here.

Heritage Mini Free Pantries are seeking donations of non-perishable food items and other supplies. Just leave them in the pantries (locations here).

Regina COVID Volunteer Community Response is seeking donations of supplies or money to support Indigenous Elders/seniors and other vulnerable people in isolation. To donate items, contact To donate money, e-transfer to

Regina Food Bank is looking for volunteers and financial donations. To volunteer, contact Kim Wenger (306-559-4641 or To donate, see their website

Transition House is seeking soap, hand sanitizer, masks, baby formula, non-perishables, and financial donations. Call Shelter Coordinator Allison about donation drop-offs (306-337-2813) and Office Manager Jennifer for cash donations (306-337-2810).

Trinity Lutheran Church is seeking financial and food donations (eg. fruit cups, juice boxes, instant oatmeal, canned protein, canned condensed soup, ramen noodles, granola bars). Call 306-757-7729 for more info or to arrange drop-off.

Your friends & neighbours! If you have extras to give, check in on those around you.