The Kinsmen are a Dynamic Volunteer Organization Enriching our Communities through Service while Embracing National Pride, Positive Values, Personal Development and Lasting Friendships.

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Contribution Back into the Community of Calgary and Surrounding Area of $241,000.00 - In 2021

The Kinsmen Club of Calgary is proud to announce....During the Pandemic in  2021

Contributions totaling $241,000.00 have been allocated to a variety of projects being run by various charities in Calgary and surrounding area.during 2021.

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Historical Funding Contributions

Total contributions back into the community by the Kinsmen Club of Calgary.

This includes funding of various projects and organizations within Calgary and surrounding area and national organizations.
Including member nominated donations and small community projects and contributions. (Link to Some of the organizations)

Over $5.1 million re-invested over the last 18 years.

Sponsorship 2019

Elbow River Casino - Wheels Sponsor 2016
Proud Sponsor of the 
Kinsmen Wheels
2019 Project

Proud Sponsor of the 
Kinsmen Wheels
2019 Project

Proud Sponsor of the 
Kinsmen Wheels
2019 Project

 

Proud Sponsor of the 
Kinsmen Wheels
2019 Project

Proud Sponsor of the 
Kinsmen 
2019 Stampede Pre-Parade
And
Kinsmen Wheels 2019 Project

 

Services Delivered

Walk to Make CF History

Sunday, May 28, 2017 -  10:30 to 1:30pm

To Participate register with Team Calgary Kin        No register No T-shirt No free hamburger

Link to Register

Location: Snowy Owl Picnic Site, North Glenmore Park 

BBQ and Blues 2017

Thank you Calgary for a Great Event - Hope to see you next year.

For information: 
bbqandblues@kinsmenclubofcalgary.com

Event Date: 
Saturday, May 6th, 2017 - 6:00pm to Sunday, May 7th, 2016 - 1:00am
Description: 

7th annual BBQ and Blues Fundraiser

Tickets Sold Only until Wed. May 3, 2017

SOLD OUT
Thank You Blues Fans

 

TaKin' Your Food to the Bank - 2017

The Kinsmen Club of Calgary is holding its annual event in support of the Calgary Food Bank.
 
On Saturday February 25, 2017 the club, along with the Calgary Interfaith Food Bank, is collecting non-perishable food items and cash donations at Canada Safeway’s Westhills, Shawnessy and Crowfoot stores. 

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Referral Services - 211

The Kinsmen Club of Calgary provides funding support for not-for-profit agencies in order to meet our community's greatest need.

Should you have personal or family needs that require support we encourage you to dial 211 on your phone.
You will  speak to a referral specialist to help you identify appropriate support services you can contact.

Click here for -> Calgary 211 website

History - Kinsmen Club of Calgary

Calgary

(Excerpt from Galaxy of Gold (1979))

One day in last November, 1924, two friends met on a busy street in Calgary. Jack Gifford, who was visiting from Vancouver, began to tell John Ross about a new service club for young men. So enthusiastic was the young Vancouverite about this new organization, the aims of which were to promote fellowship among young businessmen between the ages of 21 and 40, that John Ross began to investigate the feasibility of a similar club in Calgary.

The following excerpt written in the language of Manley Edwards is taken from The March of Kin, published by Frank Allison in 1930:

History - Stampede City Kinsmen

Stampede City

(Excerpt from Galaxy of Gold (1979))

History Number 1 (Al Black version)

The Stampede City club was chartered April 19, 1964 with sixteen charter members. The nucleus of this new club had come from a group known as the Jolly Fellows. With the intention of gaining notoriety as quickly as possible, the club concocted a little entertainment for the delegates attending the National Convention in Banff. A goose was released in the swimming pool of a local motel and after numerous complaints from hotel guests, National Parks personnel (for heaven’s sake) had to be called in to capture the honker.

History - Foothills City Kinsmen

Foothills City

(Excerpt from Galaxy of Gold (1979))

(This club is no longer operational)

On January 12, 1974, Calgary’s third Kinsmen club, the Kinsmen Club of Foothills City, was chartered at the Kinsmen Centre in Stampede Park. Organizational meetings, under charter chairman Erin Kitzul, together with Bill Strand of the Stampede City club, and John Glans and Dave Sharpe from the Calgary club, were held beginning in May of 1973.

Funds Delivered

Contribution Back into the Community of Calgary and Surrounding Area of $210,000

The Kinsmen Club of Calgary is proud to announce....for Yet another exceptional year....

Contributions totaling $210,000 have been allocated to a variety of projects being run by various charities in Calgary and surrounding area.during 2016.

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Kinsmen Wheels Project at the Calgary Stampede 2019
Proud Partners with:

Calgary Stampede 100 years