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Norseman in the Community

At Norseman Structures, we believe in being Fiercely Reliable in everything we do. That includes making a difference in our community. Whether it’s through employee involvement, corporate donations and sponsorships or simply offering a helping hand where it’s needed, we feel it’s important to do our part where we work, live, and operate.

Giving Back

Corporately, we support a broad range of initiatives that are important to Norseman Structures. From large groups that are aligned with our values to smaller charities that are close to our heart, we believe in taking the time to give back to our community.

Our employees also support a variety of charities through staff initiatives such as casual days, company contests, and employee donations.

As a company, the organizations we support include:

  • The United Way Foundation
  • Saskatoon Food Bank
  • Kinsmen Telemiracle
  • Children's Hospital
  • Food for the Hungry

Our parent company, Norseman Group, also invests in the community through financial support and employee efforts. Read about more ways in which Norseman gives back to the community.

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Norseman Structures Supports United Way

Norseman Structures' employees ran a three week fundraising campaign to raise internal awareness and funds for the local United Way chapter. The campaign consisted of a variety of activities for employees including, "Be Seen in Jeans" for one week, donate an hour of pay and a chili lunch, among others. Being the first year Norseman Structures held such a campaign, the support from our employees was overwhelming.

Making a Difference in our Community

Miles for Smiles is an initiative of the Student Medical Society of Saskatchewan to raise awareness and funds for the Children's Hospital Foundation of Saskatchewan. Digging back into the history of Miles for Smiles, it was the year 2004 when a small group of medical students organized the very first student-run 3.1 mile5 km race. It was their brainchild to create an event promoting a healthy lifestyle, involving residents from all corners of Saskatchewan. Since 2004, the initiative has expanded to include a half marathon and is now calling on residents in Regina to join the fun.

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