SCYAP can create custom gifts for your organization or personal gift giving needs. We have a selection of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan and Indigenous themed original art pieces painted by SCYAP’s own emerging youth artists. Purchase an original or have gift cards or framed prints created in your favourite image. If we don’t have exactly what you are looking for SCYAP’s talented artists can be commissioned to paint original artwork just for you.
If you’re interested in a custom gift, please contact email@example.com.
SCYAP has provided gifts for the following clients/events:
- The 2007 Juno Awards
- The 2010 World Junior Hockey Championships
- Tourism Saskatoon
- The University of Saskatchewan
- Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies
- Elizabeth Fry Society
- Saskatchewan Teacher’s Federation
- Aboriginal Human Resource Council
- Prince Albert Grand Council
- Leadership Saskatoon
- Edwards School of Business
What do SCYAP’s clients have to say about our gifts?
“Without a doubt, a highlight of our planning for the 2007 Juno Awards was our relationship with SCYAP. The beautiful gift we developed with the SCYAP team was commented upon time and time again by recipients from across the country. This was an exciting venture for us, and we are delighted beyond words at our relationship with SCYAP.”
– Silvia Martini, vice-president marketing, Tourism Saskatoon
“SCYAP provided us with exquisite, personalized gifts for our 2007-2008 Saskatchewan Regional NNADAP Conference. The drums were beautifully crafted and the recipients were thrilled and awed by the gifts. The process of working with SCYAP was a real pleasure; I found them to be professional, accommodating, creative and responsive. We will certainly be looking to SCYAP in the future to provide us with unique and beautiful gifts.”
– Michele Rowe, program coordinator Addictions-NNADAP, Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies
“I have always loved the work done at SCYAP and by SCYAP and was touched beyond belief to be presented with a beautiful, one-of-a-kind original painting done by Dallas Poundmaker.”
– Honourable Carol Skelton, PC, MP