The Princess Shop

The Princess Shop creates an enhanced graduation experience for female-identified students in need, and provides them with mentorship, support, and the tools to pursue success after graduation.

Where to find us:

Location

12-1622 Ontario Avenue

Saskatoon, SK

S7K 1S8

(306) 222 3311

Hours:
Monday: 9:00am-12:00pm; 1:00-6:00pm
Tuesdays: 9:00am-1:00pm
Thursdays: 11:00am-7:00pm
Please Note: The Princess Shop will be
closed on all Statutory Holidays.

Where to find us:

Financial gifts

The Princess Shop gratefully accepts financial contributions to assist in our organization’s ability to continue to offer and expand our programs. Our organization continues to expand its reach as requests increase from out of town graduates and graduates from programs other than grade twelve. With your generous help, The Princess Shop can continue to offer assistance to young women in need.

What we need:

Clothing
Office Supplies
Misc Items

Volunteer time:

At The Princess Shop, our volunteers provide an elevated experience for Princess Graduate applicants. While the work we do is charitable, we take pride in treating our Princess Graduates and applicants as our neighbours, friends, and family. We have several volunteer opportunities. Please take some time to look through and connect with us, with your resume.

Thank you for thinking of The Princess Shop, and for being a significant contributor to the experiences of deserving women from our community, on their graduation day.

Please note:

The Princess Shop accepts financial and in-kind donations year-round! We are in urgent need of dresses sized 16 and up, or 0-3 (XS). PLEASE NOTE: We do accept donations that are older than 5 years, but they must be of current styles; this includes dresses, shoes, jewelry, and other accessories.

Requests and Updates

How you can help

Financial Donations

The Princess Shop is driven by people who are willing to support the organization’s cause. The Princess Shop gratefully accepts financial contributions to assist in our organization’s ability to continue to offer and expand our programs. Our organization continues to expand its reach as requests increase from out-of-town graduates and graduates from programs other than grade twelve. With your generous help, The Princess Shop can continue to offer assistance to young women in need from our community.

Cash donations are always appreciated and are accepted using our PayPal account, or by etransfer to info@theprincessshop.ca

Item Donations

Drop-offs of dresses are welcome at The Princess Shop location at 12 – 1622 Ontario Avenue, Saskatoon.If you live out of town, please mail your donations to us.

The following businesses also accept donations on our behalf.

Organic Tan

Modern Sole Saskatoon

Exquisite Fashions & Bridal

The Primrose Pizza Hut

Handy Special Events Centre

The Princess Shop has a Sarcan Drop and go location where you can donate your bottle refund to us without a long wait in line! See this link for more information: HERE

More Ways to Help

More about us

Community Impact

The Princess Shop creates an enhanced graduation experience for female-identified students in need, and provides them with mentorship, support, and the tools to pursue success after graduation. The Princess Shop provides the opportunity for applicants to self-identify their ancestry, including their First Nations Community to provide insight into the reach of impact our programs can have on communities across the province. In 2019, 74% of Princess Graduates self-identified as Indigenous, and since 2010 a total of 72% of our Princess Graduates have self-identified as Indigenous. Our graduates also let us know that they represent over 60 of our province’s First Nations communities.

Financial Breakdown

The impact of The Princess Shop is invaluable, as it grows and evolves to meet the needs of women in our city and surrounding area. When we empower and encourage women, it is felt throughout the community as a whole, and it transcends generations. When you support us financially, you support our three programs and help us achieve our vision: Each young woman in Saskatchewan will have the opportunity to celebrate her accomplishments and reach her full potential, ultimately positively impacting her entire community.

Our Philosophy

Our whole community benefits when young women have more self-esteem, confidence, and drive. Positively affecting young women impacts their families and other dependents – and ultimately, our entire community.

Programs and Services

Young women graduating from high school and other recognized education graduation programs are provided with a graduation dress, accessories, and services donated by our community. The Princess Shop has expanded to also include a mentorship program – The Fairy Godmother Program, as well as a scholarship and work placement program – The Next Chapter Program.