Overcoming Obstacles.

Fostering a New Future.

The Elizabeth Fry Society of Saskatchewan is a non-profit organization that works with women before, during, and after incarceration in order to end recidivism and the poverty cycle. We proudly give a dignified voice to at-risk women, supporting crime prevention through social development.

NOTICE: AGM 2021

The Elizabeth Fry Society of Saskatchewan’s AGM will be held on Monday, August 30th, 2021 at 5:30PM. It will take place via Zoom. Please contact the board via email for more information.

Call for Board Directors

Elizabeth Fry Society of Saskatchewan (“EFS SK”) is seeking a Board Director and a Treasurer. Please send a CV and cover letter to board.secretary@elizabethfrysask.org stating why you think you would be a good fit for the role. Descriptions found below.

Treasurer Job Description

Board Member Job Description

 

1,965
Women served by our court workers
37
Legal Advice Clinics Held
25,279
Kilometers traveled to visit the women we work with
290
Average number of women imprisoned in the province
Freeing women.

Free of charge.

From legal resources and support to reintegration and advocacy services, the Elizabeth Fry Society of Saskatchewan offers assistance to women and their families when they are impacted by incarceration. We believe that a just society begins with social development and community support. We meet women where they are at in life, building up the necessary foundations to overcome personal obstacles and create a better future.

Our Vision

The Elizabeth Fry Society of Saskatchewan strives for a just community, advocating for the rights, freedoms, and fair treatment of all women and girls involved with the justice system.

Our Mission

We are a strong and sustainable organization that:

  • Works with women and girls before, during and after involvement with the justice system to provide legal assistance, access to information and programming, and support for community integration.
  • Advocates for the human rights, dignity and self-worth of all women and girls.

ᑕᓂᓯ! Tansi! Tawnshi! Edlanat’e! Aba washded!

We acknowledge that the Elizabeth Fry Society of Saskatchewan’s office is located in Saskatoon on Treaty 6 and the traditional territory of Métis, Cree, Saulteaux, Dene, Dakota, Lakota, and Nakota Nations. We recognize and reaffirm our relationship with one another, our commitment to the spirit of the Treaty, and the inherent connections between colonialism and the justice system.

ᑕᓂᓯ! Tansi! Tawnshi! Edlanat’e! Aba washded!

We acknowledge that the Elizabeth Fry Society of Saskatchewan’s office is located in Saskatoon on Treaty 6 and the traditional territory of Métis, Cree, Saulteaux, Dene, Dakota, Lakota, and Nakota Nations. We recognize and reaffirm our relationship with one another, our commitment to the spirit of the Treaty, and the inherent connections between colonialism and the justice system.