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Community Involvement

Local Impact

Over the last 15 years, the Kinsmen Club of Red Deer has donated over $1,000,000 to local groups, programs, and initiatives in the city of Red Deer and area. From the Kinsmen room in the NICU at the Red Deer Hospital to the annual Grow Boys Leadership Conference, from Camp Alexo and Youth HQ to Aspire Special Needs Resource Centre, the Kinsmen Club of Red Deer is always assisting a wide range of projects, programs, and initiatives.

Recent Partnerships

In 2022 the Red Deer Kinsmen donated more than $75,000 to assist numerous groups, organizations, service clubs and non–for-profits.  We have had the privilege to work with groups like:

-Red Deer Food Bank

-The Outreach Centre

-Aspire Special Needs

-Christmas Bureau

-Red Deer Emergency Response Peer Support

-Mustard Seed

-Red Deer Minor Football

-Schizophrenia Society

-Red Deer Tennis Club


Donations & Contributions

Since 1937, the Kinsmen Club of Red Deer has been contributing its efforts to serve the community.


Since 1937, the Kinsmen Club of Red Deer has been contributing its efforts to serve the community.


From 1940 – 1944, Red Deer ranked 11th nationally in fundraising for the “Milk for Britain” campaign. Red Deer chartered the Rocky Mountain House club.


The tenth playground completed in Red Deer by the Kinsmen.


“Skate for Kinex”, the precursor for “Skate-A-Rama” began, Skate-A-Rama continues today and helps support Red Deer Pond Hockey and Red Deer Minor Hockey


Long-term commitments were made to installing another ice surface at the Dawe Recreation Complex ($187,500.00) in 1978 – 1979.


1981 – 1982 marked the first two Dream Home draws, netting over $250,000.00.


In 1987 – 1988 Kinsmen committed $250,000.00 towards twinning the Kinsmen Community Arenas.


$200,000.00 committed over 5 years toward the Kinsmen Library Link. The Kinsmen Link joined the existing city library building and the old Firehall.


Family Services Of Central AB $100,000 – Towards the development of the Kinsmen Family Place


Blackfalds Abbey Centre – $100,000 – help build the Indoor play Centre


Big Brothers Big Sisters $95,000 – Renovations to Camp Alexo


Aspen Heights Micro Society – School program donation


Donations made to Red Deer BMX for a new starting gate and Red Deer Boxing Club for new gear