In The Community

The Morsky Group of Companies believes in giving back to our community. We donate horse-drawn carriage or sleigh rides, limousine rides, as well as in-kind and monetary donations and sponsorship to various community groups and charities.  Recent recipients include: University of Regina Prairie Kitchen Party, Ride Don’t Hide for Canadaian Mental Health Association Regina, Habitat for Humanity, Shriners’ Children’s Hospital, local veteran’s groups, The RCMP Heritage Centre, Blues Buddy’s,  Saskatchewan Roughriders, George Reed Foundation, Gold Medal Plates,  Chris Knox Foundation, numerous golf tournaments for various associations as well as other worthwhile causes in our community.

The Morsky Group receives numerous requests for donations and/ or sponsorships and has developed gift-giving guidelines. If your organization is seeking a donation or sponsorship for an event please complete the Request for Corporate Giving and email it to info. Only successful applicants will be contacted. The ability to receive is important and  giving back is equally as significant. One of  Wayne Morsky’s favourite quotes is “when you give bread, it comes back buttered” meaning the feeling and satisfaction from helping and giving to others is often of more value than what is given.

Easter Seals™ Drop Zone—Aug. 23 Rappel 

Easter Seals™ Drop Zone rappel practices are being held in the Morsky shop. On Aug. 23 our illustrious leader, Lorne, will represent the Morsky Group in a heroic effort to raise money for Easter Seals™ Sk and to make a huge difference in the lives of children and youth living with varying abilities. We are looking for one Morsky volunteer to accompany Lorne down the Hill Tower! Call Lorne if you are interested.

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ALS Fundraiser

The Morsky Group participated in the “ice bucket challenge,” an online fundraiser for the ALS Association with Riders’ Tino Sunseri, Bob Dyce and Hilee Taylor (see photo below). They accepted the #ALSIceBucketChallenge and Morsky dumped a very large load of ice on them! Thank you to Kramer’s for lending us the rock truck. The Ice Bucket Challenge has become a viral sensation which has led a nearly eight-fold increase in donations to the ALS organization.

ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease, is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and the spinal cord. There is no cure and only one drug approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) that modestly extends survival. To donate:

Red River College Alumni Dinner

RRC Podium


The Morsky Group recently shuttled a group called “Yes You Can” from Campbell Collegiate, Regina, to their production, Honk.



Queen City Ex Parade float was donated to the Chris Knox Foundation and the Saskatchewan Roughriders.

2012 QCX On Route








Women in the Industrial Trades- WIIT










Morsky Roselea Belgians visit senior residences

William Albert House College Park II