Operation Red Nose enthusiastically launches its 14th annual road safety campaign in Saskatchewan today. From November 25th to December 31st, 2022, motorists in Prince Albert, Yorkton, The Battlefords, and Saskatoon will be able to have an additional option to get home safe after a festive night out. In Canada, a total of 75 communities will benefit from the safe ride service this year.
Your Safe Ride Home for the Holidays – After two years off the road, Operation Red Nose is very happy to announce its comeback. Loyal volunteers will be able to put on the popular red vest and hit the road to provide safe rides for their fellow citizens over the holiday season. In addition to contributing to road safety, donations are turned over to local non-profit organizations with a mission to support youth or amateur sports initiatives. An additional reason to support the road safety campaign in 2022!
Operation Red Nose, a story of the heart that never stops growing – “The past few years have certainly been punctuated with important challenges and uncertainties, but we are very proud of our local host organizations for their tireless work. 2022 will mark a new beginning for many of them and we are grateful for all the work accomplished so far for the success of the upcoming campaign,” says Jean-Marie De Koninck, Founding President of Operation Red Nose.
SGI and Operation Red Nose, partners who go hand in hand – As a proud provincial sponsor, SGI is happy to be associated with the mission of Operation Red Nose to raise public awareness and promote responsible behaviour to prevent impaired driving. SGI has been a strong supporter of Operation since its inception in the province, in 2009.
About Operation Red Nose – Operation Red Nose is a non-profit organization with a mission to encourage responsible behaviour to prevent impaired driving. The organization also supports local youth or amateur sports projects with100% of the funds raised through the safe ride service being kept in the host communities.