For more than 60 years, BPW Saskatoon has been providing financial support to the women in our community in order to help them achieve their personal and professional goals. Each year, we continue this commitment to supporting the educational aspirations of women in our community by inviting Mature and Indigenous women in the Saskatoon area to apply for our educational bursaries. Since 2011, BPW Saskatoon has awarded over $57,000 in bursary funds.

Our 2019 Educational Bursary Recipients


I would like to take a moment to thank all of our applicants. We had a very strong slate of candidates and the deliberations were tough.

On behalf of the Bursary Committee, I am delighted to announce the recipients of the 2019 Business and Professional Women of Saskatoon’s Educational Bursary.

Congratulations to:

  • Marcia Burns
  • Creedance Harper
  • Danika Hudson-McLeod


Linda Yip

Chair, BPW Bursary Committee 2019


2017/2018 BPW Bursary Program Impact

Business and Professional Women of Saskatoon celebrates the achievements of those who have received an Educational Bursary in 2018. Hear from Anna Hogue, Kyla Richardson & Leanne Mazza about the impact this has made on their lives. 

2017/2018 BPW Saskatoon Bursary Recipients

Thanks to the generosity of you, the people of Saskatoon, in conjunction with our stellar annual fundraising event Accessory to a Change, in 2018 we were pleased to award three bursaries of $2,000 each. To all three recipients, congratulations and well done. In alphabetical order, they are:

  • Anna Hogue
  • Leanne Falkowsky Mazza
  • Kyla Richardson

  “Anna, Leanne, and Kyla – your dedication and drive inspire us all here at BPW Saskatoon. Your stories push us to work even harder to provide more funding for future bursary opportunities through events like Accessory to a Change.”

Linda Yip, Bursary Committee Chair


2016/2017 BPW Bursary Program Impact

What do these funds mean to women in Saskatoon? Hear from our 2016-2017 recipients below. 

Increasing Our Impact

Join us at our 2019 Accessory to a Change fundraiser to celebrate the recipients of this year’s Bursary Program.