Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at  is the only Islamic organization to believe that the long-awaited Messiah has come in the person of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (1835-1908) of Qadian. Ahmad claimed to be the metaphorical second coming of Jesus of Nazareth and the divine guide, whose advent was foretold by the Prophet of Islam, Muhammad (PBUH). The Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at believes that God sent Ahmad, like Jesus, to end religious wars, condemn bloodshed and reinstitute morality, justice and peace. Ahmad’s advent has brought about an unprecedented era of Islamic revival. He divested Islam of fanatical beliefs and practices by vigorously championing Islam’s true and essential teachings. He also recognized the noble teachings of the great religious founders and saints, including Zoroaster, Abraham, Moses, Jesus, Krishna, Buddha, Confucius, Lao Tzu and Guru Nanak, and explained how such teachings converged into the one true Islam.  call 306-715-9912 or Email Our motto is “Love for All, Hatred for None”

The Jobransa Foundation For Children  strives to help children with disabilities and critical illness through funding, programs, camps, specialists, sibling therapy groups and camps, etc. We have grown to a national registered non-profit charity foundation that provides support to families with a child who have disabilities or are critically ill.  Programming includes weeklong summer day camps, Saturday day camps, individual sessions, evening sessions, sibling camps and parent sessions.  We are located at 1022 Clifton Ave   Moose Jaw, SK   S6H 3L2   t: 306-570-2155   fax: 1-306-972-9008  jobransa.j.glaze@gmail.com

Moose Jaw Early Bird Lions Club meets twice a month on the 2nd and 4th Monday (September – June) at the Timothy Eaton Centre, 510 Main St, North.  Please emailmjeblions@gmail.com for more information, or telephone (306) 631-9114 (Wayne).  Our website is www.earlybirdlions.ca

Moose Jaw Schools Cadet Corp (Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corp) Youth 12-18.  We parade on Thurday Evenings from 1830-2115 (6:30pm-9:15pm) at the armories 1215 Main St N, Moose Jaw, Sk. Phone 306-692-0551.

Moose Jaw Families for Change Inc.
“We are creating residential homes for intellectually challenged adults in the Moose Jaw .”We area group of community minded Moose Jaw residents gathered together one day to discuss alternative holistic residential homes in their community for intellectually challenged adults.Telephone (306) 693-2271 Fax:(306)692-3683 mjffc@sasktel.net 

Moose Jaw Art Guild We are a diverse group of artists that live in the Moose Jaw area. Moose Jaw has had a long rich history of artists coming together to share their creative interests and artistic endeavors. Today our membership represents a growing range of ages, interests and skills brought together by a common desire to share, exhibit, educate and foster appreciation for visual arts in our community. Please visit our Website  contact us atmjartguild@hotmail.com or phone Co-Chair Debbie Blash 692-0888 or Treasurer Joan Measner 692-3108

The Moose Jaw Right to Life Association We are the local pro-life group for Moose Jaw and surrounding areas with membership in the Saskatchewan Prolife Association. Moose Jaw Right to Life Association is a non-denominational, non-profit educational group established 1975. We believe in the right to life of all human beings from the moment of conception until natural death and support only peaceful methods in promoting this belief.

Southern Plains Métis Local  Inc. Our local is open to all Métis persons in the Moose Jaw district. We hold member meetings the second Sunday of the month at 7 pm. For more information contact us at  213 310 Main Street North Moose Jaw, Sk S6H 3K1 693- 4004 fax 693- 2195  email: metis160@sasktel.net

Moose Jaw Health Foundation As the official charitable organization for the Moose Jaw Union Hospital, the Foundation invests in state-of-the art hospital equipment and services to directly enhance patient care. For more information call Kelly McElree 694-0255 or Email kmcelree@fhhr.ca or call us at

Scouts Canada, the country’s leading youth organization, offers fun and exciting outdoor adventure for boys, girls and youth aged 5-26 in communities across Canada. Over 75,000 young people enjoy Scouts Canada’s programs, which are provided by 23,000 caring and dedicated volunteers. Call today for more information 694-6429

The Canadian Cancer Society is a national community-based organization of volunteers whose mission is eradicating cancer and enhancing the quality of life of people living with cancer. For more information, visit our Moose Jaw office at 61B Ross Street West, call (306) 692-2333 or check out www.cancer.ca/moosejaw

Nature Moose Jaw Nature Moose Jaw is a group interested in the birds, flowers and mammals of Saskatchewan. Nature Moose Jaw meets September to June 2nd Friday of each month at 7:00 at the Timothy Eaton Centre.for more information please contact us atdonna@naturemoosejaw.ca  or call us at 692-3233

The Elks have been a strong presence in Moose Jaw since 1913.. Join our success in helping many individuals and groups here in Moose Jaw. For more information please contact the Lodge at 306-692-7474 or Visit us at www.moosejawelks.com 

Moose Jaw Masonic Temple Home to 3 Masonic Lodges ( Moose Jaw Lodge #3 – Doric/St.George Lodge #71 – Memorial Lodge #172 ) Mizpah Chapter #1 Order of the Eastern Star, Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite,York Rite and the Moose Jaw Shrine Club.  We are located at 1755 Main St. N. Moose Jaw, SK for more information please call Stuart Anderson 693-5902 Our building is available for rent. Seating capacity 150.

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The Optimist Club of Moose Jaw, an organization of people committed to optimism and self-development for the improvement of youth and communityAll members and guests are welcome. If you are interested in becoming a member please contact Diana 692-2856 or email di_s6h_4b4@yahoo.com

Yara Community Gardens provides gardening space for residents to grow their own local, pesticide-free produce. Minimal plot fees apply. For more information please contact Hunger in Moose Jaw at 692-1916 and gardens.hungermj@sasktel.net.

 Community Trauma Response Program Trauma Response Team (TRT) is a group of community members representing various agencies whose goals are: to provide a coordinated response should a traumatic event occur in the community, and to provide public education and awareness.For more information please contact David at 694-0214 or email at dhow@fhhr.ca

Welcome Wagon has been Canada’s Neighborhood Tradition since 1930.It takes its name from the Conestoga wagons of frontier days when settlers were opening up the west and would be greeted along the way. e-mail: info@welcomewagon.ca

KIDS CLOTHES LINE is a Non-profit project that matches donors of used kids clothes to recipient families in need. Donors are matched by gender and size(s). To be matched as a donor or recipient call 693-2466 between 9-11:30 AM Monday, Wednesday, Friday

The 90 and 9 is a chapter of Christian Motorcyclists Association. Call Bevan Ovans at 693-1026 for more information or email bjovans@sasktel.net

The Moose Jaw & District Senior Citizens Association Inc.  Located in the old T Eaton Co. building.  We provide a place where people 55 years and older can get together in fellowship. Offering card games, shuffleboard, lawn bowling and pool. There is a choir group, exercise groups, a ceramics room, painting classes ,and computer classes. The cafeteria is open for morning and afternoon coffee, tea, goodies and noon meals. For further information please call  694-4223

Moose Jaw Christian Counselling Centre
 is an independent, Biblically-based counselling service providing a broad range of services in response to individual and institutional needs through a wide community support base. Telephone (306) 692-5500 Fax (306) 692-5554 E-mail mjccc@sk.sympatico.ca

Lupus SK Society Inc. is a voluntary association which provides support for those affected by lupus through understanding, education, public awareness and research.  For more information please contact  us at Box 88, Royal University Hospital, 103 Hospital Drive, Saskatoon SK S7N 0W8.Toll free 1-887-566-6123 Moose Jaw Contact: Chantelle Cushway, 691-2818 Email:lupus@lupussk.com

Moose Jaw Family Service Bureau The Moose Jaw Family Service Bureau is a non-profit agency providing Professional counselling services and a variety of programs to the City of Moose Jaw and the surrounding rural area. Contact 694-8133 for further information.

Moose Jaw Work Preparation Centre  a non-profit, charitable, community-based organization which provides employment preparation, counselling, and job placement to individuals who have difficulty finding and keeping employment. For more information contact Kirk Englot (306) 691-0232 mjworkprep@sasktel.net

Wakamow Valley Authority assisting  groups in improving their awareness of the environment and each individual’s role in conserving heritage resources. Phone 692-2717 e-mail

The South Central Early Childhood Intervention Program is a non-profit, home-based organization that provides essential services to families with infants and pre-school children who are experiencing delays in development. We are Located at #37, 1322 – 11th Avenue N.W. Moose Jaw, SK S6H 4L9 Phone: (306) 692-2616 Fax: (306) 692-2377.

Cosmo Senior Citizens Centre  Inc. Our office hours are Monday through Friday – 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. Monday at 1:00 pm – Bridge & Shuffleboard at 6:00 pm – Billiards at 7:00 pm – Hand & Foot Canasta Tuesday at 9:30 am – 11:30 am – Jam Sessions at 7:00 pm – Friendship Bridge at 7:00 pm – Yoga Wednesday at 8:30 am – TOPS Program 1:00 pm – Bridge & Shuffleboard at 6:00 pm – Billiards Thursday at 6:30 pm – Billiards at 7:00 pm – Yoga Friday at 1:00 pm – Scrabble & Shuffleboard Every 3rd Saturday we have a dance which starts at 8:00 pm until 12:00 am. Then we are open on Saturdays when we have a Maxi Card Tournament, or our Craft & Trade Sale. Membership for the year is $40.00.

Moose Jaw Search & Rescue Association of Volunteers (SARSAV) is a non-profit community based provincial volunteer search and rescue organization, focusing on ground search techniques to assist local police authority or emergency services e-mailfpaulhus@sk.sympatico.ca phone 693-9073  fax 693-7415

Moose Jaw Camera Club The Moose Jaw camera club meets on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month. New members are welcome at any time. James at 694-5656moosejawcameraclub@hotmail.com

Mailing Address: Box 1692, Moose Jaw, SK. S6H 7K7 PH 694-5985 Meets Tuesday 12:05 P.M. Bonanza Family Restaurant

Moose Jaw & District Food Bank, Inc  providing a collection and distribution system for surplus and donated food to assist those in need in Moose Jaw and district. For more information call Carol (306)692-2911 Fax: (306)692-2925 305or visit us at 305 Fairford Street West  Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan or e-mail mjfb@sasktel.net

Northwest Community Association is a volunteer origination working in  conjunction with the City of Moose Jaw Parks and recreation dept., providing recreation programming in the northwest area of the city .For more information call 692-4464. moran@saskterl.net

M.J. Police bike identification program The Kiwanis Club sponsors the Ident-A-Bike Program as a means of assisting the police and servicing our community in returning lost or stolen bikes.o.

Band City Kennel & Obedience Club Offering obedience classes to all dogs and owners.Contact Gloria King at  306-693-5914or e-mail for more informationdayglowcockers@sasktel.net

Antique Automobile Club of Saskatchewan
CONTACT CRAIG AT 691-5753 OR REECE AT 693-1557
E-MAIL: barrettauto

Royal Canadian Legion
Branch No. 59 268 High St. West Moose Jaw SK
Office: 692-5453

St.John Ambulance We are Canada’s #1 provider in First Aid training and supplies. The mission of St. John Ambulance is to enable Canadians to improve their health, safety and quality of life by providing training and community service.  For more information on training, First Aid Kits restocking, or to become a volunteer or to use our volunteer services call692-1600