Saskatoon Food Bank – 4th Annual Fundraiser

The holiday season is a great time to reflect on family, friends and community. Why not take the opportunity to de-stress while supporting those in need?

Donate $50 and Receive a 45 Minute Bowen Therapy Session

Dr.  Naomi Whelan will be hosting her annual fundraiser in support of the Saskatoon Food Bank and Learning Centre. For a donation of $50 you will receive a relaxing 45 minute Bowen Therapy session.

What is Bowen Therapy?

Bowen Therapy is a gentle muscle manipulation technique that works with the parasympathetic nervous system to help relax your muscles and realign your body. It is suitable for people of any age and is a great compliment to other therapies such as Chiropractic, Massage, Physiotherapy and Acupuncture.

What does the Saskatoon Food Bank Do?

In 2016, the Saskatoon Food Bank and Learning Centre provided food to over 200,000 people including seniors and children. The Food Bank relies on donations and fundraising to continue their important work. They provide access to nutritious food, clothing, household items, as well as learning programs for those most in need. Through its programs and services, the Saskatoon Food Bank is working towards eliminating poverty and supporting the growth of a healthy community.

Food Bank Fundraiser – Bowen Therapy

Donations can be made in the form of cash or a cheque written to the Saskatoon Food Bank. Your monetary donation is tax deductible.

Matching Donations

PotashCorp will be matching all holiday donations for the 7th straight year, making your donation go even further.

Book Your Appointment

Acupuncture sessions can be provided as an alternative to Bowen therapy

You do not need to be a patient of the clinic, but please arrive 10 minutes early to fill out some brief paperwork and ensure we have your contact information for your tax deductible receipt

Bring a Friend

Want to bring a friend or family member? Check with our staff to see if we can accommodate you during the same time block

Food Donations

True Potential will be accepting food donations during December as well. Please see below for a list of the Food Bank’s most wanted items (attach photo from website)

Saskatoon Food Banks most wanted items

by Dr Naomi Whelan ND