Fly On The WallFrom The TrenchesWishlist/Necessities

We would be honored to receive the following items:

  • hamburger
  • eggs
  • financial blessings
  • disposable latex gloves
  • paper plates 
  • instant pudding mix
  • dish soap
  • paper towel
  • baby food/formula
  • canned tomatoes
  • canned corn & vegetables
  • canned fruit
  • canned kidney beans, green & black beans
  • fresh vegetables (onions, radishes, peas, corn, baby carrots, cucumbers etc.)
  • fresh fruit (watermelons, strawberries, bananas, apples, oranges etc)
  • canned chicken noodle soup
  • canned mushroom soup
  • juice crystals
  • garbage bags (small & large)

Thank You & God Bless!

SnapshotsThanksCTV Morning Live Interviews

Thank you Janella Hamilton, camera man Dale Cooper & CTV Morning Live – Saskatoon for coming out on a blustery morning to see Hands On and spreading the word about our project and our amazing youth and children.



SnapshotsThanks100 Men Who Give a Damn!

Sitting in a room full of men with a heart for the city of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan…priceless! Thanks for seeing Hands On Outreach & Development Centre as worthy and blessing us last night at 100 Men Who Give A Damn – Saskatoon. The blessing came at a much needed time. Thank you!

Rick Langlais

100 Men Who Give a Damn! were privileged to have heard from three very worthy charities this evening that are doing amazing things in our community. Learning Disabilities Association of Saskatchewan, AIM (Ability in Me), and Hands On Outreach and Development Centre. In the end we are proud to have presented our contribution of $15,000 to Hands On Outreach & Development Centre. 100 Men Member, Ryan Allen (left) , presents our our contribution to Rick Langlais (right) of Hands On Outreach. — with Hands On Outreach & Development Centre at Fionn MacCool’s Saskatoon.

SnapshotsSpeaking OpportunitiesThanksSpeaking at James Smith School

I had the privilege and honour of speaking to the amazing children, youth and teachers at the James Smith Cree Nation 🙂 school this past Monday. Thank you Mr. Greyeyes for the invitation as it was an amazing day! -Rick Langlais

A lot of patience exhibited by the students in this hour long lineup. What a privilege to sign a book for each one!

Always a privilege to hear their stories and sign a copy of Dysfunctional: The Rick Langlais Story after speaking. Thank you to the Reach 2 Read program for helping get a book into the hands of everyone there!

Even the staff and teachers waited patiently for their signed copy of Dysfunctional: The Rick Langlais Story.

A little princess asking Rick a question about her Kookum & Kids colouring book.

One of the grade one students showing Rick just how good he can colour.

When you ask for questions the children often have a lot of enthusiasm when putting up their hands.

A young lady looking into the Miracle Box and seeing that she is the miracle! (inside the box is a lighted mirror)

Rick shared with the grade 5-8 kids in the schools beautiful library before lunch, and got to leave books to be added to the shelves.

Some deep questions and heartfelt stories from this little princess.

A great introduction from school principal Mr. Greyeyes before Rick got up to speak to the high school students in the gym.

You couldn’t ask for a more respectful and attentive audience of high school students.

Fly On The WallThanksOsler Mission Church Volunteers

Thank you to the young ladies from Osler Mission Chapel that came out to bless our children on their week off of school!