31 May 2017
31 May 2017
Volunteering Benefits Red Deer Kinsmen

We know that your volunteer motives are always well-intentioned.

Giving your time to help the community is beneficial in more ways than we can count, but have you ever thought about volunteering could benefit you personally as an individual?

Bold thought, right? Well, the answer is that volunteering can do a lot for you - probably more than you think.

Keep reading as we take a look a closer look at the other side of volunteer work and how the benefits go both ways.

 

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09 September 2015
09 September 2015

The school season is finally here! While that statement might get a mixed response from students, there's one aspect of school that nobody enjoys: the cost. With the amount of money needed for tuition, books, and other fees, higher learning is more expensive and competitive than ever before. Kin Canada doesn't want this to prevent young people from going to school; that's why they've created the Hal Rogers Endowment Fund, a bursary that helps those attending post-secondary institutions, including university, college, and technical school.

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22 July 2015
22 July 2015

Regardless of where you work or what you do, everyone can benefit from meeting new people. 

Whether you’re looking for a new line of work or want to meet others in your industry, a reliable network can produce many positives for you and your business. A strong group of peers can lead you to new opportunities (more customers or even a valuable business partner) and can help you reach the next level in your career.  

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