If transportation to and from the grocery store is an issue for you or if you are unable to shop and carry groceries on your own, this is the service for you! The grocery delivery service is working to provide our community with access to groceries delivered right to their cupboard!

How it works

 1. Creating the Grocery List – On Monday and Tuesday of every week we put together our grocery orders from clients.

Grocery Order Options:

  • We call you to see if you need groceries that week and if so, we take your grocery order over the phone.
  • You can submit your grocery list by emailing it to ssfs@saskseniors.ca
  • You can call us to provide a detailed list over the phone by calling 306-668-2762

NB:  The more specific your grocery list, the better! Please include the size, brand, any other specifications about the exact product and whether substitutions are allowed.

It is not mandatory that groceries be ordered once a week, it can be bi-weekly or however often you need.

2.  Purchase and Delivery –  Wednesday and Thursday our shoppers/drivers will purchase and deliver your groceries to your home.  If needed, we will also put the groceries away for you.

We may be able to do special orders if a volunteer is available. Please contact our office to determine availability.


The final payment will consist of:

    • One time membership fee (all clients must be members) of $10 when you sign up
    • 10% of the grocery bill
    • Delivery charge is a flat fee of $6 per store (if order is all from one store only one fee is charged)

If cost is a barrier, please contact our office at 306-668-2764 to discuss alternative fee structures.


Payment will be required after the groceries have been delivered. Cash, e-transfer or cheque will be accepted.

Funded in part by the Government of Canada

In Partnership with the Saskatchewan Seniors Mechanism

We are currently looking for Volunteers for this program, if you or someone you know is wanting to help us make a difference please contact our office today. 306-668-2762