Community involvement is the core value that drives our business at ENS Auto Group. We are proud to be part of a thriving community in Saskatoon and we want it to continue to flourish. We believe that a great community is also a fun and healthy community, and that’s why the team at ENS Auto Group is proud to be a part of sponsoring local fundraisers, promoting accessibility, as well as sports and race-teams.
ENS Auto Group is proud to be a major sponsor of Lows in Motion, a highly successful fundraiser for Parkinson’s disease. It is a premier event in Saskatchewan and it is the most attended Parkinson’s fundraiser in Canada. The event has raised almost half a million dollars for Parkinson’s research and facilities over the past 7 events they have held!
Our connection with Pleasant Hill Community School has resulted in a number of amazing events that we are pleased to list here:
- • The 100-year celebration- drumming competition
- • Technology: smart boards and iPads in the classrooms
- • Field trips: Batoche, Fort Carlton, Discovery Museum, Science Centre
- • Holiday Community Dinner
- • Fund school athletic jerseys
- • Numerous donations of event prizes!
Presenting sponsor for Alzheimer Society of Saskatchewan’s Annual Memories Gala
ENS Auto Group was a prominent sponsor at the annual Spring Memories Gala in May of 2016. The fundraiser is a huge success annually, raising hundreds of thousands of dollars towards Alzheimer research. The evening was filled with great food and drinks, exciting auctions, and live entertainment.
Presenting partner of Swinging with the Stars fundraiser for Hope’s Home
ENS Auto Group was a major sponsor in Swinging with the Stars to raise money for Hopes Home. Hopes Home provides both day care and home care for children requiring specialized medical care. Swinging with the Stars is an energetic fundraiser designed to create change in communities in Saskatoon and Regina.
Proud sponsor of the Huskies Off the Leash Luncheon
The Huskies off the Leash Luncheon raised funds for the University of Saskatchewan Men’s Hockey Team, as well as the Movember campaign to support research for men’s health. ENS Auto Group was happy to be a sponsor for this event which promotes community athletics and better health. Some prominent names such as the Calgary Flames president of hockey operations Brian Burke, and newly named director of player safety for the NHL George Parros were featured speakers at the eighth annual event on November 3rd, 2016.
Sponsor of Synergy 8 drive for kids and Synergy 8 Kelly Chase Fantasy Hockey Camp
Synergy 8 Community Builders collaborates with local community groups and organizations to support community development and fundraising. ENS Auto Group sponsored two successful fundraisers in the community in collaboration with Synergy 8. $150,000 was raised for the Drive for Kids campaign, and the Synergy 8 Kelly Chase Hockey Camp which raises funds for Saskatchewan charities.
Bob Harder General Manager at ENS Auto Group giving Jason Stanoffsky a cheque to help fund renovations to Jewel of the North Resort.
We want to support accessibility and enjoyment for everyone. That’s why we are a sponsor and partner for the GoFundme project that aims to make the Jewel of the North, a 4 Seasons resort on Emma Lake wheelchair accessible.
At ENS Auto Group, we care about our furry friends. We designed this eye-catching car to raise awareness about the importance of taking into consideration the importance of adopting rescue dogs. We also sponsor WANAR K9 Country Lodge (We All Need A Rescue) which is a K9 rescue lodge near Saskatoon.
We sponsor local racecar drivers George Abrahams, Miles Roeger, and the KelCor Race team at Auto Clearing. These local drivers promote racing on the track, not on the street.
Whether it’s automotive based like our partnership with Redline Society, or it’s something fun that we can share with others, the teams across the ENS Auto Group are here to make a difference.
If you have time, we even have our own resident golden retriever that we call ‘Jett the Drift Dog,’ which can be seen in one of our viral videos:
At the heart of all of this is a message that we hope is clear: we love to get involved with our community because we love where we live and we want it to be the best place it can be.