STREET CULTURE CATERING
FEEDING THE COMMUNITY

Our catering services can provide food services for groups of all sizes. Meals can be as simple as soup and sandwiches, light appetizers, or a full sit down supper of roast beef, mashed potatoes and steamed veggies or our famous lasagne! This program also provides the youth with valuable cooking and employment skills training. If you are interested in hiring Street Culture catering service for an upcoming event, please contact Brenda Hosking on our main line at (306) 565-6206.

STREET CULTURE FACE ART & BALLOONING TWISTING
MAKING THE COMMUNITY
BEAUTIFUL SINCE 1998

Street Culture’s Famous Face Art and Balloon Twisting is available province-wide. We work to accommodate all budgets, parties and events. Our Face Art and Ballooning services help fund many of the programs we provide at Street Culture. Additionally, many of the youth we serve are employed in this program, which aids in building their skills, confidence and resumes. For further information, contact us at (306) 565-6206.

ODD JOBS

HERE TO LEND A HAND

Hire our Odd Job Team!  We provide a wide variety of services to the public by assisting them with yard care, snow removal, donation pick-up, dump runs and other odd jobs. This program gives Street Culture the opportunity to further serve the needs within the community, while also providing on the job training/skills development and volunteer or paid experiences for our youth. This is a mutually beneficial program for all!  Contact our team via the main office at (306) 565-6206 to assist you in all of your odd jobs needs.

WHAM

WORKPLACE HELP AND MENTORING

Workplace Help And Mentoring (WHAM) is an employment program designed to connect young adults looking for job opportunities with local businesses. This program provides them with life skills and hands-on employment experience. The goal of the program is to prepare young adults for the workforce by creating mentoring relationships and exposing them to the daily routines of paid employment.  To ensure a quality partnership and a mutually beneficial experience, Street Culture’s Employment Coordinator will work closely with the work placement and participant to ensure all expectations and needs are being met. It is the hope that through the completion of this program that participants will gain adequate employment skills, work ethic and have the opportunity for future employment with your business or within our community.  Have a job at your workplace that a WHAM participant can complete for you? Give us a call!