After the short advertisement video, skip to 6:57 to see President Tom MacLean present a cheque to a great cause for women and children.
published December 2, 2017 in the Calgary Herald
There was a time our beloved city was ranked the most philanthropic metropolis in North America (on a per-capita basis). We’ve lost those bragging rights, but make no mistake. Calgarians are still among the most generous citizens on the planet.
Story posted October 2, 2017 – Erika Stark – Postmedia Content Works
The members of the Kinsmen Club of the Stampede City are the kind of folks you’d want to have as your neighbours.
At least, that’s how Mary Ellen Neilson describes them. As the executive director of the Association for the Rehabilitation for the Brain Injured in Calgary (ARBI), Neilson has seen first-hand how committed the club members are to their community.
We are very proud to be able to support Canada Task Force 2 (CAN-TF2). These highly trained and dedicated VOLUNTEERS save lives. Plain and simple. This funding moves the needle in a measurable way.
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.