Serving the Community's Greatest Need for over 50 years

Welcome to the Kinsmen Club of Stampede City

scslim Our club is a group of dedicated volunteers that has provided service in your community for over 50 years.  We meet every 2nd Tuesday for some great fellowship and a little business.

Thank you to all those who supported our 2015 Kinsmen Lotto for the Alberta Children’s Hospital.

 

 

 

Featured Story

Hearts & Hammers

Published March 20,2016 in the Calgary Sun

It wasn’t long ago Dave Bonk had just a hammer and a dream.

Now Bonk’s Calgary non-profit Hearts and Hammers, which retrofits homes for people with life altering illnesses or injuries, is keeping the hammers humming throughout the year, and is getting some attention from other local service providers.

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  • About Us
  • Causes We’ve Supported

The Kinsmen Club of Stampede City is a group of dedicated volunteers that has been serving Calgary and area for over 50 years.  Our largest fundraiser is the Kinsmen Children’s Hospital Home Lottery, from which we are proud to be the single largest donor to the Alberta Children’s Hospital.  But this is just one of countless service projects we have spearheaded over the years, from telethons to car rallys to bingos, the Kinsmen Club of Stampede City continues to serve.

While service is important, our club also has fun doing it.  Fellowship is a big part of the Kin experience.  Our club focuses on service but also having fun doing it!

Here is a partial and ever changing list of some of the great causes we support:

  • Alzheimer’s Society of Calgary
  • Association for the Rehabilitation of the Brain Injured
  • Calgary Poppy Fund
  • Alberta Children’s Hospital Foundation
  • Cystic Fibrosis Canada
  • Inn From the Cold Society
  • Kin Canada Bursaries
  • Simon House Residence Society
  • Boots for Kids Foundation of Alberta
  • Brown Bagging for Calgary Street Kids Society
  • Kids Cancer Care Foundation

“They give from the heart. They come and paint the walls, rake the leaves. It’s not just a donation. They meet the children and see who they’re helping.”

Danielle Murphy

Universal Rehabilitation Service Agency